After their emergency meeting on Thursday, Al Ahly made a number of controversial announcements.
The video assistant referee ruled that Percy Tau's goal was offside, even though it looked like the South African player was in the right place at the right time.
After the tie, Ricardo Soares, the manager of the Red Devils, criticized the controversial calls that referees had made and how they had affected games he had played in so far.
The two points Ahly lost against Pharco were a setback that helped their rivals Zamalek, who are currently in first place and 10 points ahead of the Club of the Century. At the moment, three teams are trying to win the Egyptian Premier League title.
So, the Al Ahly board has now backed up a number of controversial decisions made at a meeting on Thursday.
A statement on the club's website says, "Al Ahly's board of directors met on Thursday to make a number of important decisions about the club's first football team."
At the end of the meeting, the following decisions were made: "Call for the EFA's refereeing committee to be fired for being unfair and unfair."
I want the VAR referee from our last league game against Pharco FC to be suspended until his decisions during the game are looked into.
"Al Ahly will not play in the Egyptian Cup or the Egyptian Super Cup until our needs are met."
For the rest of the Egyptian Premier League games, we will use both our older players who are healthy again and our younger players.
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