Zamalek Club and Mortada Mansour

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2014

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Mortada Mansour is the controversial head of the Zamalek club.

CAIRO EGYPT - September 14: Mortada Mansour watches a game between his club Zamalek and their rivals Ahly in CAIRO, EGYPT on September 14. He recently was shot at outside of the club and is trying to outlaw the Zamalak Club Ultra fans. (Photo by David Degner / Getty Images)

CAIRO EGYPT - September 14: A few stadium employees and police sit in the almost empty stands during the largest rivalry game between Ahly and Zamalek in CAIRO, EGYPT on September 14. The soccer/football game is played at the Cairo Stadium where fans aren't allowed since the government fears violence.

(Photo by David Degner / Getty Images)

CAIRO EGYPT - September 14: Hady, a supporter of al-Ahly waits in anticipation of the final overtime kicks, he helps prepare the stadium and is one of the few people allowed to watch the game live in CAIRO, EGYPT on September 14. The soccer/football game is played at the Cairo Stadium where fans aren't allowed since the government fears violence. (Photo by David Degner / Getty Images)

CAIRO EGYPT - September 11: Mortada Mansour is a lawyer and politician who is currently the head of the Zamalek Club CAIRO, EGYPT on September 11. He recently was shot at outside of the club and is trying to outlaw the Zamalak Club Ultra fans.

(Photo by David Degner / Getty Images)

CAIRO EGYPT - September 14: A few police and members of the security service sit in the almost empty stands during the largest rivalry game between Ahly and Zamalek in CAIRO, EGYPT on September 14. The soccer/football game is played at the Cairo Stadium where fans aren't allowed since the government fears violence.

(Photo by David Degner / Getty Images)

CAIRO EGYPT - September 14: A few stadium employees and police sit in the almost empty stands during the largest rivalry game between Ahly and Zamalek in CAIRO, EGYPT on September 14. The soccer/football game is played at the Cairo Stadium where fans aren't allowed since the government fears violence.

(Photo by David Degner / Getty Images)

CAIRO EGYPT - September 14: A few stadium employees and police sit in the almost empty stands during the largest rivalry game between Ahly and Zamalek in CAIRO, EGYPT on September 14. The soccer/football game is played at the Cairo Stadium where fans aren't allowed since the government fears violence.

(Photo by David Degner / Getty Images)

CAIRO EGYPT - September 14: A few stadium employees and police sit in the almost empty stands during the largest rivalry game between Ahly and Zamalek in CAIRO, EGYPT on September 14. The soccer/football game is played at the Cairo Stadium where fans aren't allowed since the government fears violence.

(Photo by David Degner / Getty Images)

CAIRO EGYPT - September 14: A few stadium employees and police sit in the almost empty stands during the largest rivalry game between Ahly and Zamalek in CAIRO, EGYPT on September 14. The soccer/football game is played at the Cairo Stadium where fans aren't allowed since the government fears violence.

(Photo by David Degner / Getty Images)

CAIRO EGYPT - September 11: Mortada Mansour is a lawyer and politician who is currently the head of the Zamalek Club CAIRO, EGYPT on September 11. He recently was shot at outside of the club and is trying to outlaw the Zamalak Club Ultra fans.

(Photo by David Degner / Getty Images)

CAIRO EGYPT - September 14: A few police and members of the security service sit in the almost empty stands during the largest rivalry game between Ahly and Zamalek in CAIRO, EGYPT on September 14. The soccer/football game is played at the Cairo Stadium where fans aren't allowed since the government fears violence.

(Photo by David Degner / Getty Images)