Al-Quwa Al-Jawiya threatens to withdraw from the Iraqi Premier League!

threatened the club ATo the Iraqi Air Force, to withdraw from the competitions Iraq Premier League In his first season 2023/2024 for a number of reasons.

The club is competing for the top spot in the Iraqi Premier League, as it occupies second place in the league table after the leader, Al-Shorta, as only 3 points separate the two teams with two rounds remaining in the league.

Al-Quwa Al-Jawiya Club stated in a statement on its official website: “Our club once again expresses its astonishment and deep regret over the refereeing farces that have returned to the scene with every round in the Iraqi Premier League, amidst great silence from the officials and supervisors of organizing the game, which has become devoid of the honor of competition and professionalism, as long as there are pressures exerted from near and far.”

He added: “We have been requesting foreign referees for more than two months for our team and the leading team due to the sensitivity and intensity of the competition, but the strange thing is that the federation has used foreign referees for our team and ignored the other team to lead its important matches, which is strange and needs clarification!”

He added: “On the other hand, we demand that the announcement of the league champion be postponed until the CAS International Court of Justice issues a decision regarding the Zakho Club case, which is the case that the Football Association refuses to talk about and remains silent until the end of the league!”

Al-Quwa Al-Jawiya Club threatens to withdraw

Al-Suqoor Club noted: “The club’s management is seriously considering withdrawing from the Iraqi Premier League this time if fairness and justice are not achieved, and that the withdrawal is conditional on forming a neutral committee to investigate the matches that the league leader won (unjustly), while giving this committee absolute powers to view the VAR room recordings of all matches and investigate anyone who falls within the circle of negligence and accusation.”

The Iraqi club concluded its statement, saying: “Finally, we demand the necessity of unifying the timings of the matches of the last two rounds, and naming foreign referees for the teams competing for the title in the remaining two matches, so that the crew consists of six referees, four to manage the match and two for the VAR room.”

Iraqi Air Force team players

Al-Quwa Al-Jawiya team was leading the Iraqi Premier League for many rounds, but in the last quarter of the competition it began to lose points significantly, which caused it to lose the lead in favor of the Al-Shorta team, led by the Egyptian coach Moamen Soliman.

With the decline in the results of Al-Quwa Al-Jawiya Club, the management decided to dismiss coach Ayub Odisho from his position and appoint his assistant, Razzaq Farhan, as coach of the team until the end of the season.

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