Facing the current… “Why do you want Al-Ahly to stay, what has he added to the Saudi League?”

Al-Ahly is officially in the Yellow League’s relegation cycle

Since the shocking loss of Al-Ahly to Al-Raed in the final round of the Saudi League and the official entry into the circle of candidates for relegation to the First Division, there have been many calls and requests for the relegation to be reversed and the number of championship teams next season.

The media and the Al-Ahly public, with the support of many media professionals and fans of other clubs, launched campaigns via Twitter to save Al-Ahly and ensure it stays in the Prince Mohammed bin Salman Cup for Saudi Professionals, but sports critic Fayyad Al-Shammari went completely against the trend and denounced those calls.

What did Al-Shammari say about Al-Ahly’s demotion?

Al-Shammari explained via his Twitter account that the response of the Saudi Ministry of Sports to the demands to support Al-Ahly Club and help prevent relegation is completely lacking in justice and equality as it will certainly not be described in the importance of other teams in the Saudi League.

Al-Shammari angered and resented many followers, especially Al-Raqi fans, when he underestimated Al-Ahly’s influence in the Saudi League over the past few seasons and denounced those who describe his relegation as a championship loss .

He said: “A question for those who see Al-Ahly’s relegation as a loss to the league: what has he added numerically to the championship over the past three years?”

He added: “Those who demand that the Ministry of Sports stand behind Al-Ahly and no other club in danger of relegation have not demanded the application of rules, equality and justice, and are in panic with Al-Ahly and leave the rest behind. honestly?!”

What is Al-Ahly’s position in the Saudi League?

Al-Ahly is in a catastrophic situation in the Saudi League as it is one of 7 clubs still battling to escape relegation to the Yellow League, and it looks like things won’t be fully resolved until the last whistle before the last whistle. matches of the season on June 27.

Al-Ahly is currently in 14th place with 31 points, behind Al-Ettifaq on the same balance, while Al-Batin is in 13th place with 32 points, above Al-Faisaly, Al-Raed and Al-Taawon, each with 33 points, and finally Al-Tai with 34 points and has practically guaranteed survival.

Al-Ahly will face Al-Shabab in the final round next Monday, while Al-Batin will face Al-Hilal against Al-Ittihad and Al-Faisaly.

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