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FilGoal | News | Clattenburg: No penalty for Enpi against Al-Ahly… and the goal of the Ministry of Interior in Zamalek is accurate

FilGoal | News | Clattenburg: No penalty for Enpi against Al-Ahly… and the goal of the Ministry of Interior in Zamalek is accurate

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Mark Clattenburg at a conference introducing him as chairman of the judging committee

Mark Clattenburg, chairman of the refereeing committee of the Egyptian Football Association, agreed with the decision of Mahmoud Al-Banna, the referee of the match between Enpi and Al-Ahly, that there was no penalty for the oil team.

The Enpi side asked to be awarded a penalty kick after the ball touched the hand of Al-Ahly defender Yasser Ibrahim during the match, which ended with Al-Ahmar scoring an unanswered double.

Clattenburg said in a video the Football Association released after each round of the Egyptian league to explain the arbitration cases: “I agree with the referee’s decision that there is no handball foul even if the ball hits the defender’s hand.”

He added: “The ball came from a short distance and the hand is in a natural position and does not enlarge the body. The referee should not recommend a review of the field in these cases.’

Regarding the match between Zamalek and Al-Dakhliya, he said: “I agree with the calculation of Al-Dakhliya’s goal at Zamalek, as offside is not considered a foul unless the offside player touches the ball or prevents the defender from playing the ball or with an attempt or clear movement to play the ball which affects the defender’s ability.” When playing the ball and in this case the defender is very far from the attacker and is not affected and he will not be able to play with the ball.

Clattenburg also agreed with the decision of the match referee Al-Masri and Al-Ittihad of Alexandria to award a penalty kick in favor of the Port Said team.


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