Ghanaian forward John Antwi has been suspended for the next three Egyptian topflight games after receiving a red card in the match between El Makassa and Zamalek.
Referee Mohamed Adel gave the Ghanaian his matching orders for punching Bahaâ€™a Magdi as the White Knights defeated Misr El Makkasa 1-0 in the third fixture of the Egyptian Premier League.
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After reviewing the refereeâ€™s match report, the Egyptian Football Association competitions committee handed the 26-year-old striker a three-game suspension given that the player intentionally hit Magdi.
John Antwi will miss the games against his former club Ismailly, Al Masry and Wadi Degla.
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The former Dreams FC player who scored the winner for El Makassa in the game against El Makwaloon will be a big miss for his side.
In similar news, the committee imposed a 20,000 Egyptian Pounds fine on both Ittihad of Alexandria and Ismaily SC following unacceptable behavior from some of the players of the two clubs.