The South African club, Mamelodi Sundowns, decided to open an investigation with the Egyptian Khaled Ali, coordinator of the first team, after comments he made about the Sudanese Al-Hilal and Al-Ahly clubs, who are competing with the team in the African Champions League in its current version.
The Yellow Club published a statement confirming that it would open an investigation with Khaled about the comments he made in a discussion on social media platforms and that he would publish any new details about the case after the coordinator returns from Sudan and the investigations end. Khaled Ali has been working with Mamelodi since 2016.
Mamelodi ranks first in Group Two of the African Champions League, with 10 points remaining, and has two matches against Al-Hilal of Sudan and Al-Ahly of Egypt, respectively.
Sundowns, the leader of the second group, will play with ten points and one point behind Al-Hilal of Sudan, which occupies second place, as they will face each other on Saturday, before playing the final round on Thursday, where Sundowns will play against Cameroonian Cotton and Al-Hilal of Sudan against Al-Ahly of Egypt.