epa05630332 Ali Gabr of Egypt (L) in action against Jordan Ayew of Ghana during the 2018 FIFA World Cup qualifying soccer match between Egypt and Ghana at Borg Al Arab Stadium in Alexandria, Egypt, 13 November 2016. EPA/KHALED ELFIQI
Wednesday Oct 25, 2017. 09:30
After he was suspended by the Egyptian Premier League last weekend, Zamalek defender Ali Gabr's issues have been amicably resolved.
According to the club's head of administration, Ayman Hafez, he cofirmed that Gabr’s problem with the EFA has been put to bed.
Gabr was suspended by the EFA on Sunday after he failed to fulfil late payments to his agent Mohamed Shiha, related to his transfer to Zamalek from Ittihad of Alexandria in 2014.
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The suspension would have prevented the Pharaohs international to feature in any game unless he completed the late payments.
“The issue has been settled amicably after we found an amicable solution with Mohamed Shiha [Gabr’s agent],” Hafez said to KingFut.
The 28-year-old centre back switched to the White Knights in July 2014 from Ittihad of Alexandria for 2 million EGP.