Egypt's FA has suspended a player accused of gesturing in support of the country's military chief.
The EFA said Salah Amin, who plays for Tala'ea El-Gaish, was in violation of rules against political statements by players.
Amin is the latest sportsman to be punished for making a political gesture.
Multiple African champions Al Ahly suspended Ahmed Abdel Zaher last December for a pro-Islamist salute.
Egypt has been sharply polarised between supporters of the military and those of Islamist president Mohamed Morsi, deposed by the army in July.