Saudi Al-Riyadiya newspaper, Al-Hilal, addressed the Center of Arbitration for Sport to demand an urgent response to its request for provisional measures in the case of its controversial player Muhammad Noh with Al-Nasr.
In the past 48 hours, the Kanno case has resurfaced after lawyer Ahmed Al-Amir revealed the Saudi Center of Arbitration for Sport’s unannounced amendments to the rules of procedure.
The Prince explained that an amendment had been made to Article 29 of the Arbitration Center’s Rules of Procedure regarding the conditions for recognition of an interim measures rule, noting that the amendment was made unannounced on May 12. Hilal.
Al-Assami Club, as a party, submitted a request to suspend the penalty imposed by the Dispute Resolution Chamber by preventing registration for two transfer periods pending the final outcome of the case. Affected by punishment.
Al-Riyathia explained that Al-Hilal had addressed the Sports Arbitration Center and demanded an urgent response to its request to suspend the penalty. The start of the summer transfer window and in light of the start of the team’s preparations for the new season prevent him from signing.
It is noteworthy that the Saudi Football Federation’s Dispute Resolution Chamber ordered Kno to be suspended for 4 months in favor of Al-Nasr and to prevent Al-Hilal from registering for two transfer periods, barring both parties from imposing fines. 27 million Saudi riyals in favor of Al-Asfar, and both clubs submitted an appeal to the Center of Arbitration for Sport, which has so far not been awarded.
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