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Libyan Union team protests against decision to ban spectators

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The Libyan Al-Ittihad officially announced its protest against a decision made by the Competition Committee of the Libyan Football Federation to ban spectators during the remaining matches of the group stage in the 2023-2024 Libyan Premier League season.

In an official communication addressed to the Football Federation, the club demanded that competitive matches be conducted in an atmosphere free from any crises that might affect the course of the matches and the competition in general.

Al-Ittihad Club emphasized that this decision was made “to serve the interests of a specific club, and an attempt to harm the interests of Al-Ittihad Club and to maliciously exclude it from qualifying for the knockout stage to determine the league champion,” according to the statement.

Furthermore, Al-Ittihad stated that the teams Al-Ittihad would face in upcoming matches at its stadium had previously hosted Al-Ittihad at their stadiums with their supporters present, undermining the principle of equal opportunity.

Al-Ittihad called on the relevant authorities to ensure the matches are conducted responsibly, with only three rounds remaining in the group stage.

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