Hussein Al-Shahat was sentenced to one year in prison and a large fine

The Nasr City Misdemeanor Court issued a ruling to imprison Al-Ahly star Hussein El-Shahat for one year, suspended, and fined him 100,000 Egyptian pounds.

The ruling against Al-Shahat comes against the backdrop of the assault, insult, and slander case against Mohamed Al-Shaibi during the confrontation between Al-Ahly and Pyramids in the Egyptian League last year.

The Egyptian Football Association at the time had merely suspended El-Shahat for two matches, which angered the Moroccan player and made him resort to the regular judiciary to obtain his rights.

In his report, Al-Shaibi accused Hussein Al-Shahat of bullying, beating, insulting, slandering, insulting, intimidating, and threatening physical harm.

As a result, the court ruled to punish Hussein Al-Shahat with a one-year suspended prison sentence and impose a fine of 100,000 pounds against him, prohibiting him from participating in any club membership for a period of 5 years.

The Egyptian player has the right to appeal this decision in order to cancel it or reduce the penalty.