Morocco/June 14, 2019/Safaa Kasraoui /No Comment/135 views /Morocco CAF Lifts Egyptian Referee’s Suspension Despite WAC-EST Match Mistakesshare on:FacebookTwitter Google +Pinterest Tumblr Linked InEmailSend to Email Address:Your NameYour Email AddressEmail check failed, please try againCancelRabat – The Egyptian Football Association (EFA) today announced that the Confederation of African Football (CAF) has lifted the suspension on Egyptian Referee Gehad Grisha. The referee was given a six month suspension following his poor performance during the Wydad Casablanca-Esperance Tunis first leg of the CAF Champions League final on May 24. During the now infamous game, Grisha deprived Wydad of a legitimate goal and a penalty. Following complaints from Morocco’s Royal Football Association as well as WAC, CAF handed a six-month suspension to the Egyptian referee. رفع الإيقاف عن جريشة وعودته للبطولة الأفريقية 🏆🇪🇬#مصر_٢٠١٩ #Egypt2019 pic.twitter.com/Aq6rMSNqig — EFA.eg (@EFA) June 14, 2019 Grisha’s suspension came after WAC sent a letter of complaint to CAF president, Ahmad Ahmad, in which the Moroccan club denounced the biased judgements made in the match against EST. The letter emphasized that the referee’s decision had changed the course of the game by denying them a valid goal and a penalty. According to the Egyptian federation, Grisha will officiate games during the 2019 African Cup of Nations (CAN). The contintental tournament will kick off on June 21 in Egypt. Aissam Abdel Fattah, members EFA’s referees committee said that “Grisha will join the referees camp in Cairo to be ready for Africa Cup of Nations.” The reinstatement of Egyptian referee Gehad Grisha ahead of the CAN 2019 tournament, has prompted fans to question the integrity of the CAF governing body. Leave A Comment Below Related ALSO READ Morocco’s Omar Hilale: Western Sahara Will Never Be IndependentTags:Morocco share on: FacebookTwitter Google +Pinterest Tumblr Linked InEmailSend to Email Address:Your NameYour Email AddressEmail check failed, please try againCancel previous articleSUDAN: NLC calls on international community to stop carnage – Premium Times Nigerianext articleTwo Moroccan Workers Die on French Construction SiteRelated PostsMorocco/June 24, 2019 /No Comment Morocco Ranks First in African Beach Games in Cape VerdeMorocco/June 24, 2019 /No Comment Moroccans Protest Donald Trump’s ‘Deal of the Century’ in RabatSAMIR to Shut Down, Workers Struggle to Salvage the Facility Rabat to Host Exhibition of French Artist Eugene Delacroix in 2020Mylan to Produce Hepatitis C Generic Medication in Casablanca FactoryMorocco Satisfied with Barbados’ Decision to Withdraw Recognition of ‘SADR’Tekcim and SGTM to Build MAD 2.6 Billion Cement Plant in El Jadida212,169 Moroccan Student Passing Baccalaureate ExamsPolice Investigate Mosque Shooting in CeutaFM: Morocco Supports the Democratic Aspirations of Venezuelan People Leave a Response Cancel reply CommentName Email Sign me up for the newsletter! Notify me of follow-up comments by email. Notify me of new posts by email.