“Discipline” issued a warning to Dibba .. and fined Atletico for violating the match protocol

The Disciplinary Committee of the Emirates Football Association, during its meeting yesterday, headed by Counselor Saeed Al-Houti, punished Dibba Club by issuing a warning to the club, for violating the

protocol, and unauthorized entry to the players’ dressing room, after reviewing the report of the match observer that gathered Masafi in front of Dibba in the ninth week of the competition First Division League.

The committee imposed a penalty to draw the attention of Masfoot Club for violating the match operations protocol, by entering the examinations of one of its players on the electronic system of the Football Association after the time specified for that, in the same round and competition.

And I saw the referral of the Competitions Committee of the Football Association regarding the apology of the Gulf FC team for playing its match against Al Arabi, which was scheduled to be held on the 5th of this month in the U-21 Youth League, due to the lack of players in the team, and the committee decided that the Gulf FC team lost the match with a score (0 - 3) He shall bear the expenses of the rulers.

The Disciplinary Committee decided to impose a fine on Atletico Arabia of ten thousand dirhams for violating the match operations protocol, for not entering the examinations of three players and two administrators before the specified time, and punished the Baynouna and LaLiga HBC clubs with a penalty that drew attention to their failure to enter the examinations of one of the players in each A team of them before the specified time, in the sixth week of the second division competition.

The committee considered the decision to refer the Players Status and Transfers Committee related to the player Ronald Stephen Valencia’s complaint against the complainant against Atletico Arabia, and the committee decided to accept the complaint in form. It would circumvent the rules of registration and registration.

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