He considered Al-Ahly club’s lawsuit against Zamalek because of a banner.. Soon.

He considered Al-Ahly club’s lawsuit against Zamalek because of a banner.. Soon.

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Today, Wednesday, the Economic Court will hear the lawsuit filed by the club Al Ahly Against Zamalek because of hanging a banner titled “The Real Century Club”.

He considered Al-Ahly club’s lawsuit against Zamalek because of a banner.. Soon.

The lawsuit stated that what Zamalek had done represented a clear infringement on part of the components of the Al-Ahly club’s brand, with the aim of promoting and achieving a return, which violates all regulations and laws governing this matter.

Muhammad Othman, Al-Ahly’s legal advisor, said that the club demanded in its lawsuit financial compensation for the damage it sustained as a result of the violating behavior of the Zamalek club and its responsibilities, and revealed that the misconception of some that tomorrow’s lawsuit is to determine who is the “Century Club”, which is of course completely incorrect, The lawsuit did not address him in the first place, because the Century Club is Al-Ahly Club, which has been completely settled for more than twenty years, when the Confederation of African Football on May 22, 2001 crowned Al-Ahly Club with the title in a major celebration that took place in Johannesburg, the capital of South Africa, and therefore this lawsuit concerns only the commercial rights of the club.

In the context, Counselor Mortada Mansour, president of Zamalek Club, had confirmed that there were reports that the White Castle had been fined 50 million pounds due to Al-Ahly’s victory in the Century Club case, and this is incorrect.

The president of Zamalek added in a press conference: “The banners are still there, and there is no basis for what has been reported recently, despite Mahmoud Al-Khatib filing a complaint against Zamalek because of the banners placed by the White Club.” Any ruling is issued against Zamalek with a fine of 50 million pounds, and the case was closed in the July 4, 2020 session.”

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