Former Egyptian Football Association (EFA) chairman Samir Zaher has insisted that all of the National Sports Council (NSC)'s accusations against him are untrue.
"I applied the law when I ran the association and I'm ready to be questioned," Zaher told Ahram Online.
The NSC accuses Zaher of serious breaches, including his failure to obtain payment owed for television broadcasts and collect clubs’ unpaid EFA dues.
Zaher is also accused of granting the team's kit sponsorship to sports-apparel manufacturer PUMA rather than issuing a public tender for the sponsorship.
The 69-year-old Zaher, who was elected during the regime of ousted Egyptian president Hosni Mubarak, resigned following the 1 February Port Said disaster in which more than 70 people were killed in clashes between rival football fans.
Since then, all domestic football competitions have been suspended, while Anwar Saleh was elected caretaker EFA chairman.
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