The Discipline and Ethics Committee of the Saudi Football Association imposed a fine on Mohammed Al-Sahlawi, the Al-Taawon striker, worth 50,000 riyals, following tweets he posted on his personal account on Twitter.
The disciplinary committee described the tweets of the former Al-Nasr player, which he published on 27 September, following the exit of his team from the AFC Champions League 2020 final price, as immoral, indicating that its decision is subject to appeal.
#Urgent| The Disciplinary Committee of the Saudi Football Association fined Muhammad Al-Sahlawi 50,000 riyals for statements that included unethical phrases through his Twitter account.
Sports – urgent (@ariyadhiah_br) October 8, 2020
Al-Sahlawi had entered into an argument with a number of supporters of his former team’s fans, after he criticized the referee who managed the cooperation match, which he lost to Al-Nasr with no response, and subsequently left the continental championship.