Egyptian midfielder Amr Warda have been expelled from the team’s camp after he was found guilty of sexually harassing women online.
“EFA president Hani Abou-Rida decided to exclude Warda from the camp after discussion with the team’s technical and managerial staffs,” reads a statement on the EFA’s official Facebook page.
“The decision was made to keep ensure discipline and concentration in the team.”
Different women has accused the player of sexual harassment in the past three days.
The 25-year PAOK player Warda, who played as a second half substitute in the opener, came under fire hours after the Zimbabwe win over accusations of inappropriate behavior on social media.
The Pharaohs take on DR Congo tonight in their second Group A match in Cairo.
By Uche Dozie