Sudan’s Mars faces the “specter of exclusion” from the African champions

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Media reports have reported that Simba, Tanzania, has filed a complaint with the African Union Against the Sudanese Mars Club in the wake of that crisis.

Al-Merrikh also explained, on his official page, that the participation of the suspended duo, Ramadan Ajab and Bakhit Khamis, was based on the decision of the club’s president, Adam Sudakal, who sent a letter to the former team coach Nasreddin Al-Nabi informing him of the legality of the participation of the two players.

Which angered the Sudanese club fans "Sudakal"After making Mars on the brink of exclusion from the African Championship.

The cause of the crisis

The Sudanese Football Association had issued a decision on February 10 stopping the trio, Ramadan Ajab, Bakhit Khamis And Muhammad Al-Rasheed for a period of six months, due to their signing of the transfer contracts to the Sudanese Crescent during the last months of September and October, before they signed the contracts to join Al-Mars as well.

On February 17, the Sudanese federation reduced the penalty to five months, based on a petition filed by Al-Merrikh.

Expected penalties

Commenting on the crisis, sports regulations expert Muhammad Fadlallah says that the regulations "Kef" States "That the team that commits the incident of cheating and pays a player suspended or ineligible to play in a match, it must be considered as a loser and immediately disqualified from the tournament as long as the incident becomes a clear fact before the CAF committee organizing the competition".

Fadlallah also adds to the site "Sky News Arabia": "So if you prove illegal Participation of playersBakhit Khamis and Mohamed Al-Rasheed, Al-Merrikh Club will be excluded from the African Championship".

He continues: "The regulations also stipulate that the suspension of a period of up to months, not just a number of matches, must be generalized on a continental level, and cannot be limited to the local level only, so it is most likely that the Sudanese club Al-Merrikh will be excluded from the tournament.".

Fate of the group

Located Sudanese Mars Club In Group A in the African Champions League, along with clubs: Al-Ahly of Egypt, Simba of Tanzania, and the Congolese Vita Club.

Al-Merrikh is at the bottom of the first group standings, with one point, after failing to achieve any victory during the past three rounds of the group stage.

Sports regulations expert Mohamed Fadlallah reveals the fate of the first group if the Sudanese club Al-Merrikh is excluded.

Fadlallah explains that in the event that a final decision is taken regarding the exclusion of Al-Merrikh from the African Championship, the result of all the matches he played will be counted, because he played half of the group stage matches.

Every opponent who was to meet the Sudanese club Al-Merrikh in the remainder of the group stage will be considered a victory over the Sudanese club with a score of three clean goals.

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Media reports have reported that Simba, Tanzania, has filed a complaint with the African Union Against the Sudanese Mars Club in the wake of that crisis.

Al-Merrikh also explained, on his official page, that the participation of the suspended duo, Ramadan Ajab and Bakhit Khamis, was based on the decision of the club’s president, Adam Sudakal, who sent a letter to the former team coach Nasreddin Al-Nabi informing him of the legality of the participation of the two players.

This angered the Sudanese club fans from “Sudakal”, after making Al-Merrikh on the brink of being excluded from the African Championship.

The cause of the crisis

The Sudanese Football Association had issued a decision on February 10 stopping the trio, Ramadan Ajab, Bakhit Khamis And Muhammad Al-Rasheed for a period of six months, due to their signing of the transfer contracts to the Sudanese Crescent during the last months of September and October, before they signed the contracts to join Al-Mars as well.

On February 17, the Sudanese federation reduced the penalty to five months, based on a petition filed by Al-Merrikh.

Expected penalties

Commenting on this crisis, sports regulations expert Muhammad Fadlallah says that the “CAF” regulations stipulate that “the team that commits an incident of cheating and pays a player who is suspended or ineligible to play in a match, it must be considered a loser and is immediately excluded from the tournament as long as the incident becomes reality.” Clear in front of the adequate committee organizing the competition.

Fadlallah also adds to “Sky News Arabia”: “So, in the event that it is proven unlawful Participation of playersBakhit Khamis and Mohamed Al-Rasheed, Al-Merrikh Club will be excluded from the African Championship. “

And he continues: “The regulations also stipulate that the suspension of a period of months, not only a number of matches, must be circulated on a continental level, and it cannot be limited to the local level only, so it is most likely that the fate of Sudan’s Al-Merrikh club is to be excluded from the tournament.”

Fate of the group

Located Sudanese Mars Club In Group A in the African Champions League, along with clubs: Al-Ahly of Egypt, Simba of Tanzania, and the Congolese Vita Club.

Al-Merrikh is at the bottom of the first group standings, with one point, after failing to achieve any victory during the past three rounds of the group stage.

Sports regulations expert Mohamed Fadlallah reveals the fate of the first group if the Sudanese club Al-Merrikh is excluded.

Fadlallah explains that in the event that a final decision is taken regarding the exclusion of Al-Merrikh from the African Championship, the result of all the matches he played will be counted, because he played half of the group stage matches.

Every opponent who was to meet the Sudanese club Al-Merrikh in the remainder of the group stage will be considered a victory over the Sudanese club with a score of three clean goals.

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