By Chris Wright
The Egyptian FA have issued Al Ahly midfielder Walid Soliman with a four-match suspension for raising his hands to the referee during his side’s 0-0 draw against Al Asyouty Sport on Monday evening.
More specifically, having been sent-off for picking up a second yellow card, the aggrieved Soliman marched over to the ref and unceremoniously untucked the official’s shirt…
What’s more, according to Kingfut, the Egyptian FA also stung Soliman with a 5,000 LE fine (around £450) for his troubles.
That’ll learn him!