The Disciplinary Committee of the Football Association decided during its meeting to change the outcome of the Al Wasl and Al Nasr match in round 17 of the ADNOC Professional League.
In a press statement, it stated that the Disciplinary Committee had reviewed the referral request submitted by the UAE Professional League regarding Al-Nasr Club’s violation of the ADNOC Professional League competition regulations in the match that brought it together with Al-Wasl Club in the seventeenth week of the competition, and the committee decided that Al-Nasr Club lost the match with a score of (0-3). ), for violating the system for replacing players in that match, and fining him an amount of ten thousand dirhams due to his fans throwing liquid canisters at Al Wasl club players, while the committee punished Al Wasl club with a financial penalty of twenty five thousand dirhams for its fans using fireworks in the stadium.
In the same competition, the committee imposed a fine on the Sharjah Club of ten thousand dirhams for an unsportsmanlike behavior by a member of its technical and administrative staff in the corridor leading to the dressing room in its match against Khorfakkan Club.
The Disciplinary Committee also reviewed the referral request submitted by the UAE Professional League regarding the events that occurred in the Dibba and Ajman match in the last round of the U-21 Professional League competition, and the committee decided to suspend each of the Ajman Club players, Abdullah Ahmed and Hamad Muhammad, and the Dibba players, Khalil Agana. , and Emerson Fabricio, six matches, and each player was fined an amount of one hundred and forty thousand dirhams, for assaulting the opposing team players after the end of the match, while Ajman players, Ahmed Yaqoub, Muhammad Nasser and Muhammad Khaled, and Dibba players, Khaled Rashid, Saif Ali and Khamis Ali, were punished with three suspensions. matches and a fine of seventy thousand dirhams for each of them, for the same violation.
And it decided to suspend Al-Arabi club player Francifaldo Lima Pereira for four matches and fine him an amount of twelve thousand dirhams, for assaulting the opposing team player without a ball in his team’s match against Al-Hamriya Club in the first-division competition.
The committee punished the players of Al Madam Club, Maktoum Hassan Al Balushi and Hamid Youssef Abbas, and the players of Dibba Al Hisn, Abdul Rahman Ahmed Al Nuaimi and Ismail Hassan Rehab, by suspending them for four matches and fining each of them an amount of four thousand dirhams, because each of them assaulted a player of the opposing team without a ball, and that In the match that brought together the two teams in the U-17 Junior League competition.
In the second division competition, the Disciplinary Committee decided to suspend United Sport player Christian Baia Acedo for two matches and fine him two thousand dirhams for inappropriate behavior with the Gulf United player, while a penalty was directed to the coach of The Football Academy, Danny John Guethrie, and fined him an amount. He paid him five hundred dirhams due to his complaining and objecting to the decisions of the referee of his team’s match against the Sports Support Team in the third division competition.
The committee imposed a fine on the U16-year-old Bani Yas Club junior team (A) of one thousand five hundred dirhams, because its players obtained six yellow cards in their match against the Emirates Club junior team. Four thousand dirhams for assaulting the opposing team player without a ball.
In the same competition, the committee decided to suspend Sharjah player Khaled Walid Rashid for two matches and fine him two thousand dirhams for speaking in an inappropriate manner to the referee of his team’s match against Al-Nasr team.
Masafi Club lost its match against Al Ain Club with a score of (0-8), due to the number of its players decreasing from seven players, during the match that brought the two teams together in the U-15 Cubs Cup competition.
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