The Committee to look into complaints of lack of transparency and corruption in the Ministry of Sports has begun a comprehensive examination of the Football Association.
The last African Champions League final and the financial files are considered the most important work of the Committee.
In its statement, the Ministry of Sports revealed that in light of its keenness to play its role towards the stability of the sports system by activating its role in monitoring and accountability of all sports and youth bodies, the committee formed by a decision of Ashraf Sobhi, Minister of Youth and Sports.
The committee begins examining complaints about lack of transparency and corruption and examining the work of the Egyptian Football Association.
The committee formed by advisors and specialists in the Ministry of Youth and Sports started its work towards examining many files in the Egyptian Football Association.
At the forefront of this are the circumstances of the correspondence related to not applying to host the final match of the African Champions League, which was held in Morocco between Al-Ahly and Wydad teams, according to what was reported by Al-Ahly Club.
The committee’s work includes examining many financial files during the current and previous periods over the course of the succession of boards of directors and committees that were problematic to manage the affairs of the Union in all financial aspects.
The committee will complete the examination work in the coming days, provided that it issues a detailed report that includes the results of its work and recommendations in preparation for taking the necessary measures in light of the results of the committee’s work.