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Contractors postpone discussion of the support file to focus in the league


Eng. Mohamed Adel Fathy, member of the Board of Directors of the Arab Contractors and the supervisor of the football team, confirmed that the club is not currently thinking about the file of summer reinforcements, in order to maintain the focus of the players with the team, and Adel said in special statements, that the second round is still long and there is a lot of time to replay Evaluating players with the team and having a chance to participate.


The contractor supervisor added that the club management will not hesitate to support the technical staff and players in order to continue strong performances after a good start in the second round, indicating that any team needs reinforcements, but the team is currently concentrating in the league championship.


The contractors team will enter a closed camp this evening, Thursday, in the green mountain, the stronghold of the mountain wolves, in preparation for the National Bank match that will be held tomorrow in the 22nd round of the General League competition.


The contractors ranked 13th in the general league table with 21 points, after the wolves of the mountain achieved 5 wins and 6 draws, while the contractors received 10 defeats, the contractors' players scored 22 goals and their net received 7 other goals.

 

For his part, Eng. Mohamed Adel Fathy, member of the Board of Directors of the Arab Contractors and the supervisor of the football sector, believes that the Egyptian arbitration needs a pause by the referee committee, stressing that in the presence of the mouse, the arbitration errors affecting the results of the matches should be reduced, but the opposite happened. .

 

Adel said in exclusive statements: We all support Egyptian arbitration, but arbitration needs to support itself and develop its tools. The contractors were subjected to arbitration decisions that affected the team in the last match in front of Military Production, despite the presence of the mouse and the consensus of arbitration experts.

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