The International Federation of Football Associations (FIFA,Football,Soccer,Football,Soccer) imposed wholesale sanctions on the clubs participating in the Club World Cup, which was held last month in Morocco, and in which the first football team of the Egyptian Al-Ahly club participated.
According to a newspaper “Egyptian today”The total penalties for clubs participating in the FIFA,Football,Soccer,Football,Soccer Club World Cup amounted to approximately $550,000, with Al-Ahly leading those affected by the fines, followed by Moroccan Wydad and Saudi Al-Hilal.
The FIFA,Football,Soccer,Football,Soccer sanctions on the clubs participating in the World Cup came in accordance with the regulations of the tournament in terms of yellow and red cards obtained by the players, for which the clubs are fined, as well as due to the violations of the masses and some other matters.
The newspaper quoted a source in the International Federation of Football Associations (FIFA,Football,Soccer,Football,Soccer) that Al-Ahly was the most vulnerable to FIFA,Football,Soccer,Football,Soccer fines, after a total fine of 140,000 Swiss francs (about 150,000 dollars) was imposed on it.
The details of FIFA,Football,Soccer,Football,Soccer’s fine against Al-Ahly club are as follows: – 70,000 Swiss francs due to the yellow cards that Al-Ahly players obtained in the Seattle Sounders, Real Madrid and Flamengo matches. – 20,000 francs as a result of the dismissal of Khaled Abdel Fattah in the Brazilian Flamengo match. – 38,000 francs for fans lighting candles in Club World Cup matches. – 7.5 thousand francs due to the fans using lasers in some matches. – 1000 francs for not respecting the rules of the tournament in the Real Madrid match.
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