Pharaohs' assistant coach Zaki Abdel-Fattah will be questioned over his post-match quotes concerning his allegation of a 'conspiracy' against the Egyptian national team, EFA president Gamal Allam confirmed on Thursday.
Abdel-Fattah said after Egypt's 2-1 win over Zimbabwe on Tuesday in World Cup qualifier that there is a conspiracy against the Egyptian national team without mentioning any details.
"Abdel-Fattah will be questioned by the EFA over his quotes concerning the conspiracy against the Egyptian National team," EFA president Gamal Allam told the EFA official website on Thursday.
"We are eager to know this conspiracy and their planners," he added.
Several reports have suggested that coach Bradley and his technical staff could lose their posts if the Pharaohs fail to overcome Zimbabwe.
The EFA board have denied all these reports, confirming that offloading Bradley from his post as Egypt's coach is not on the table and they will continue supporting him to take Egypt to the 2014 World Cup in Brazil.
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