The Disciplinary Committee of the Emirates Football Association decided to postpone the resolution of the complaint submitted by Sharjah club player Wellton Suarez against Al-Nasr player Sebastian Tigali, in which he accuses him of insulting him during the two teams’ last match in the Arabian Gulf League, no later than next Monday.
This came during a remote meeting of the committee today, headed by Counselor Saeed Al-Houti, with the participation of Hamdan Al-Zeyoudi, Vice Chairman of the Committee, Hassan Al-Shaibani, Abdullah Al-Hammadi, Salman Al-Tawil, members of the committee, and Shadi Medhat as the rapporteur.
The committee decided, unanimously, to impose a penalty for drawing attention to the Emirates Club and a warning penalty for the Al-Nasr and Dibba Al-Hisn clubs, for their violation of the match operations protocol in the Arab Gulf League, First Division, and Youth League.
The committee imposed a penalty for drawing attention to Al-Orouba Club for violating the list of the First Division League competition, and also punished Daba with two penalties for drawing attention and warning, as the first penalty came as a result of his team being late to the field for five minutes before the start of the second half, and the second as a result of repeated adjectives with the presence of translators in the starting list .
The committee imposed a fine of ten thousand dirhams on each of Al-Bataih, Al-Arabi and Al-Sharjah for violating the protocol of match operations, and imposed a fine of thirty thousand dirhams on Al-Nasr Club for obtaining 6 warnings in one match for its players, and Al-Hamriya Club amounted to two thousand dirhams for the delay of his team’s landing on the pitch For ten minutes before the start of the second half.
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