Ismaili blame refereeing for slump

الأربعاء، 23 أبريل 2008 - 14:08

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Ismaili board member Sayed Al-Qammash said that poor refereeing is the reason behind his side's recent Egyptian league slip-up.

The Dervishes, who lost 1-0 at Gaish on Tuesday, managed one victory from their last seven games, dropping two spots to lie fourth.

"We have no complaints from the Gaish referee, but poor refereeing in recent games cost us dearly," Al-Qammash told FilGoal.com.

"We suffered a lot from injuries and suspensions, and I think that referees are responsible for that."

Ismaili missed influential midfielder Hosni Abd-Rabou, Ibrahim Yehia and Ahmed Abdul-Aziz, who were all cautioned in the 1-1 draw with Ahli.

Apart from that, skipper Mohamed Hommos and center-back Moatassem Salem were still out through injury.

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