The heated scuffle between North Africa giants Al Ahly and Zamalek has intensified further but off the pitch as the Red Devils announced they have lodged their 11th complaint to Egypt’s Public Prosecutor against Zamalek president Mortada Mansour.
Al Ahly president Mahmoud El-Khatib have complained against Mansour numerously to the Egyptian Football Association, Egyptian Olympic Committee, Egyptian Public Prosecution and the Supreme Council for Media Regulation over the past year.
“Mahmoud El-Khatib, on the behalf of club board, has filed the 11th complaint to the Public Prosecutor against Zamalek president towards his unethical abuse that was shown through his club’s channel, his personal Facebook account and Youtube channel,” Al Ahly said in statement.
“El-Khatib said that Zamalek president directed inappropriate words and false accusations towards him and his family, in response to El-Khatib’s previous complaints to the Public Prosecutor.”
“He [Zamalek president] also threatened that if law is applied on him his supporters who are in ‘millions’ according to him won’t stay put in a sign of potentially creating chaos. El-Khatib also presented a CD which contains all Zamalek president’s offenses that exceeded all limits.”
“El-Khatib requested his and his family’s legitimate right who were offended by Zamalek president’s sayings.”