Ahly coach Hossam El-Badry and Egyptian referee Mahmoud Ashour during Ahly and Al-Entag Al-Harbey match
Ahly coach Hossam El-Badry has been hit with a two-game suspension and a 5,000 EGP fine for his "unacceptable way of objecting" to a referee at Sunday's El-Entag El-Harby game.
The Egyptian Football Association (EFA) competition committee announced its decision on Tuesday in response to the behaviour of some Ahly and El-Entag El-Harby team members during the league game.
El-Badry who was sent off the pitch for looking referee Mahmoud Ashour up and down, a gesture Ashour deemed offensive.
Meanwhile, his assistant Sayed Mowad was hit with an eight-game suspension and an EGP 10,000 fine for physically pushing the referee.
Ahly's Hossam Ashour and Egyptian Referee Mahmoud Ashaour
Midfielder Hossam Ashour has also been hit with a four-game suspension and a 5,000 EGP fine for "behavior" against the referee.
The EFA has also disciplined El-Entag's assistant coach Mohamed Abdullah with an EGP 1,000 fine and a one-game suspension for "arguing with the referee and wasting the game's time."
Mowad and El-Badry earlier apologised for their bad tempers during the game.
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