Safan Al-Saghir, the goalkeeper’s coach, called on the Ismaili team to referee the referee publicly.
“The rulers are not angels, and they are likely to make mistakes,” Al-Sagheer said on Radio Youth and Sports.
He added, “What is the meaning of punishing the ruling secretly? There must be a public account of the rulers.”
“I went to the pitch to remove the players from the referee, and then I was surprised by his decision to blame me,” he said.
Asked about his opinion on the handball against Enppi defender Rami Sabri in the last minute inside his team’s penalty area, Little Safan replied, “I was in the dressing room and I did not see the game.”
The Ismaili coach indicated that “from two weeks ago they appointed a woman, are they able to choose men to rule for women?”
“We are not in Canada, America or Australia. We are in Egypt, when I love to shout at the referee, what do I tell her (defect to you, my love)?”
In another context, Sa`fan Al-Saghir fulfilled his statements, “What Rami Sabry Ayeb did, he pointed to the Ismaili technical staff in silence.”
Ismaili is in ninth place with 14 points, compared to 15 points for Enppi in eighth place.