A member of "Bani Yas Company" was fined 25,000 dirhams for his statements against arbitration
The Disciplinary Committee of the Emirates Football Association held its meeting today via a visual communication system headed by Counselor Saeed Al-Houti.
The committee decided to punish a member of the Baniyas Football Company, Ahmed Al Jabri, and charged him with a penalty of attention and a fine of twenty five thousand dirhams for his insulting statements and tweets to the referees committee and the match referee, about the match between Bani Yas and Al-Ahly youth in the cup, which ended with the victory of "Dubai Knights" 1-0.
Al-Jabri said that Bani Yas was subjected to a major arbitration injustice during the match, demanding that it be returned.
The committee meeting was attended by Hamdan Al Zeyoudi, Vice President, Hassan Al Shaibani, Abdullah Al Hammadi, Salman Al Tawil, members of the committee, and Shadi Medhat as the rapporteur.
The committee unanimously decided to direct a penalty for drawing attention to Al-Nasr for the delay of its players on the field for three minutes before the second half of the match, and imposed a fine on the club itself, an amount of nine thousand dirhams, for its players obtaining six cards in one match.
The committee reviewed the report of the referee of the Al Wasl match and Ittihad Kalba in the Arab Gulf League competition, and the committee decided to suffice with the penalty of expelling Musa Muhammad Abdul Rahman, the manager of the Kalba team.
It also decided to suspend Ali Hassan, the player of Al-Ittihad Kalba, for two matches, and fined him an amount of thirty thousand dirhams for pronouncing the judgment, and imposed a fine on Sharjah Club of thirty thousand dirhams for its players obtaining 6 cards in one match, and Al-Wasl was also fined thirty five thousand dirhams for obtaining 7 cards for its players Per match, in the Arab Gulf League U-21 competition.
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