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Generation Foot’s statement concerning Zamalek’s crisis

Senegalese outfit Generation Foot have published a statement to their website addressing the postponement of their game with Zamalek.

Following the decision to postpone and relocate the second leg between Zamalek and Generation Foot in the CAF Champions League qualifiers, the Senegalese champions have put out a statement highlighting their anger at the situation.

One of Generation Foot’s main objections to the decision was that Al Ahly were able to face Cano Sport in their own qualifier at home with no security issues, which begged the question as to what issues Zamalek were expecting to face in the same city.

On top of this, Generation Foot’s director of communications Talla Fall spoke on the situation, adding “Generation Foot responded present the day of the match. We were assisted by a lawyer who made the finding. Now it will be up to CAF to give a verdict.”

“We have a flight plan sent to the Egyptian federation and we will leave Cairo on Sunday at 6 am local time (8am GMT). Deni’s club won the first round (2-1) in Thies and did not refuse to play this second leg. He has just held the official convocation of the CAF.”

More over  Generation Foot will look to appeal to the Court of Arbitration for Sport in the event that CAF decide to eliminate them from the competition for refusing to play the second leg.

Senegalese outfit Generation Foot have published a statement to their website addressing the postponement of their game with Zamalek.

Following the decision to postpone and relocate the second leg between Zamalek and Generation Foot in the CAF Champions League qualifiers, the Senegalese champions have put out a statement highlighting their anger at the situation.

One of Generation Foot’s main objections to the decision was that Al Ahly were able to face Cano Sport in their own qualifier at home with no security issues, which begged the question as to what issues Zamalek were expecting to face in the same city.

On top of this, Generation Foot’s director of communications Talla Fall spoke on the situation, adding “Generation Foot responded present the day of the match. We were assisted by a lawyer who made the finding. Now it will be up to CAF to give a verdict.”

“We have a flight plan sent to the Egyptian federation and we will leave Cairo on Sunday at 6 am local time (8am GMT). Deni’s club won the first round (2-1) in Thies and did not refuse to play this second leg. He has just held the official convocation of the CAF.”

In addition, Generation Foot will look to appeal to the Court of Arbitration for Sport in the event that CAF decide to eliminate them from the competition for refusing to play the second leg.

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