Egyptian Football Association
Effat Nassar, the former star of Zamalek, said that the threats of the White Castle regarding resorting to the International Federation of Football Associations (FIFA) will not be realized on the ground.. Noting that these rumors have been circulating for many years, as happened in the case of the Horn of Africa Club.
He added, in statements on the Box to Box program: “I challenge Zamalek to resort to FIFA against the Football Association, and the club has rights in other files, on top of which is the Century Club case, and I contacted African clubs who confirmed that CAF did not inform them of anything about the club’s arrangement in the last century.” “.
Nassar continued: “The Confederation of African Football system that was announced was not successful in selecting the Century Club according to criteria that were unjust, and Zamalek did not resort to FIFA in this case, and the club was subjected to severe injustice, due to the policy of double standards.”
And he continued: “Zamalek Club is my home, and no one contacted me to attend the meeting of the Zamalek administration with the symbols today, and if I had been formally invited, I would have attended, and I do not know why the club would resort to FIFA.”
And he continued: “We live in a period of failure with regard to the Football Association, and there is no development with regard to Egyptian football, and there are large clubs that have been subjected to severe injustice, during the recent period, and there is media bias for one club against other teams.”
He added, “For the first time, the fans of Zamalek gathered around a decision to manage the club after withdrawing from the Super Cup, and the ball in the world became managed differently, and most of the committees became independent of the federations, including the Referees Committee.”
He stressed, “There are things that will change a lot in the Football Association during the coming period, and it is not excluded that Zamalek’s withdrawal from the Super Cup will be discussed during the national dialogue sessions.”