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3 scenarios granting Al-Ahly the qualifying card if Mars is excluded from the Champions League



The Tanzanian team, Simba, filed an official complaint with the Confederation of African Football (CA) against Al-Merrikh of Sudan, after it had illegally involved players in the match that brought the two teams together last Saturday, in the third round of the group stage of the African Champions League.


Simba's Tanzanian match with Al-Merrikh ended in a goalless draw in Sudan in the third round of the group stage of the African Champions League.


According to media sources, the Tanzanian Simba officials decided to complain about Al-Merrikh due to the participation of the duo Ramadan Ajab and Bakhit Khamis in the match despite being suspended locally for a period of 6 months, demanding that the result be calculated in his favor with a score of 3-0.


In the event that Mars is eliminated and his results canceled from the group, or Simba is considered a winner with the approval of the loss of Mars in the next three matches, Simba will remain a 5-point lead over Al-Ahly and Vita Club


And we review 3 scenarios that qualify Al-Ahly for the African quarter-finals

Firstly, winning the Simba and Vita Club matches and qualifying directly, and Al-Ahly's balance in this case will be 10 points, which guarantees promotion regardless of the outcome of the Vita Club with Simba.


Second: A victory over Simba and a draw with any result against Vita Club, with Vita not winning over Simba, and Al-Ahly's balance in this case will be 8 points, thus qualifying as the second group.


Third, a victory over Simba, a draw with Vita, with a score greater than 2/2, and qualified directly for the next round, with the advantage of direct matches.


And Mohamed Bayoumi, a regulations expert, confirmed that the Sudanese club Al-Merrikh is at risk of losing as a result of its match with Tanzania's Simba Club, which ended in a goalless draw in the match that was held in the Sudanese capital Khartoum, as part of the third round matches of the group stage of the African Champions League.


Mohamed Bayoumi, a regulations expert, said in an intervention with the media, Saif Zaher, on the "Ontime Stadium" program broadcast on Ontime Sports: "Simba is right in his complaint because the regulation states," The player must be registered with the local association before participating in Africa, and the player is suspended locally. He loses his eligibility to participate with his club, Africa. "


Mohamed Bayoumi added: "The regulation stipulates that the result of the match is calculated in favor of Simba of Tanzania with a score of 0/3 if the result of the match was not more than that, and the Sudanese Federation is wrong in this regard because it should have informed Mars to prevent the participation of players."

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