Sat. Jul 20th, 2024

The International Federation of Association Football (FIFA) lifted the suspension of Mouloudia Algiers star Youssef Belaili, after settling the financial dispute with his former club, Al-Ahly Jeddah, Saudi Arabia.

The Mouloudia Club of Algiers, which won the local football league title, explained in a statement that FIFA had contacted the player Belaili and the Algerian Football Federation to inform them that the suspension penalty had been lifted after settling the fine, which amounted to less than 370 euros.

Mouloudia Algiers announced that it had received correspondence from FIFA last Tuesday, regarding the financial fine that was imposed on the player in the case that he previously lost and which the player paid until the last half.

The club confirmed at the time that the issue did not require exaggeration, as the matter was related to a small financial difference between the Swiss franc and the euro (370 euros).

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