Moroccan forward Hamid Ahadad was loaned out from Egyptian giants Zamalek back to Moroccan football after a disappointing first season in Egypt, returning this season to produce somewhat better form. However, the Moroccan club that originally sold Ahadad to Zamalek, Difaa El Jadidi, filed a complaint to FIFA alleging that they were entitled to some of the fee that Zamalek received from Raja Casablanca when Ahadad was loaned out last season. KingFut reports that FIFA have sided with DHJ and Zamalek have once again been fined for poor ethics relating to a transfer, with FIFA ordering the Cairo club to hand over $30,000 to DHJ.
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