The Ethics Commission of the Royal Moroccan Football Federation (FRMF) on Friday imposed suspensions and fines on several club leaders of the Botola Pro D2 “Inwi” for their involvement in a case of manipulation of match results. of the last day.
In a press release, the Commission announced that it has decided to suspend Abdellah Karim Kazouz, president of the Union Sportive Musulmane d’Oujda (USMO), football section, from practicing any football-related activity for a period of five years and impose a fine of 150,000 dirhams.
The Commission also decided to suspend Sellami Adimi, treasurer of Club Jeunesse Benguerir (CJBG) from any football-related activity for a firm period of five years and impose a fine of 150,000 dirhams on him and to suspend Abderrazak El Manfalouti, president of Tihad Athletic Sport (TAS) of the practice of any football-related activity for a period of 12 firm months accompanied by a fine of 20,000 dirhams.
It is also a question of suspending Ibrahim Falaki, spokesperson for the Olympic Club of Safi (OCS) for a period of 12 months, including six suspended sentences accompanied by a fine of 20,000 dirhams, of suspending Mostapha Majhidi, 2nd vice-president of the Regional League Fez-Meknes for a period of 5 years accompanied by a fine of 10,000 dirhams and to suspend Oussama El Idrissi, secretary general of the Regional League Fez-Meknes for a period of 12 firm months accompanied by a fine of 10,000 dirhams.
The Commission suspended Aziz Terraf, advisor to the Fez-Meknes Regional League for a period of 12 months and sentenced him to a fine of 10,000 dirhams, while it closed the file of Ismail Zahi, goalkeeper of the CJBG for lack of evidence.