Official… Zamalek announces the end of the registration suspension crisis

Zamalek announced in an official statement the end of the registration crisis after reaching an agreement with various parties concerned to pay late fines.

Zamalek faces a penalty from FIFA, suspending registration for two transfer periods, for not paying Sporting Lisbon’s dues in the Shikabala case, amounting to approximately $2.5 million.

The Lisbon case was not the only one against Zamalek. Rather, it involved 14 different cases involving a number of players and coaches, with cumulative debts amounting to 250 million pounds.

The statement said, “The Board of Directors of Zamalek Club, headed by Hussein Labib, was able to complete the settlement of all the cases that caused the suspension of registration for the football team, and the number reached 14 cases.”

He added: “The Council announces that it has completely completed transferring all required amounts to all parties, whether as fines, late dues, or any other claims, and is awaiting the arrival of the registration lifting letter from the International Federation of Association Football (FIFA) within the next few hours.”

It is noteworthy that Zamalek qualified for the Confederation Cup quarter-finals, but it is suffering at the Egyptian League level, as it is in 12th place after only 8 rounds of the competition.

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