Al-Sharjah Club fined 30 thousand dirhams because of “the utterance of Majed Nasser by his fans.”

The Football Association’s Disciplinary Committee, headed by Counselor Saeed Al-Houti, decided to impose a fine on both Al Wasl and Sharjah of 9,000 dirhams, because the players of each team received six warnings per match, and also punished Sharjah Club with a financial penalty of 20,000 dirhams, for its fans to go to the stadium. The playing field.

This came after looking into the referee's report on the match between the Sharjah and Al Wasl teams in the second leg of the semi-finals of the President's Cup.

Al Wahda Club was punished with a penalty for violating the match operations protocol, by entering an unauthorized administrator into the dressing room, in the same role and tournament.

The Disciplinary Committee issued a warning to the Sharjah Club, and a fine of 30,000 dirhams, for its fans uttering unacceptable words against Majed Nasser, Al-Ahly youth goalkeeper, and a fine of 40,000 dirhams on Al-Shabab Al-Ahly club, because its players received eight warnings in the match that was played. The two teams gathered in the ADNOC Pro League competition.

The committee decided that the Laval United team lost its match against the Regional team in the last round of the second division, with a score of (0-3), and incurred the costs of the referees, due to his failure to attend the match, and the failure to complete the minimum tests.

A fine of 1,000 dirhams was imposed on the Khorfakkan club, for not providing a sufficient number of security men, and also punished Al Hamriya Club with a penalty for drawing attention, for violating the match protocol in the U-21 Youth League competition, and decided to stop Hamid Khamis Saeed, Ajman player four matches, and fine him an amount of 4000 dirhams, for assaulting a player of the opposing team in the face and without a ball, in the U19 Youth League competition.

The Disciplinary Committee took its decision to impose a fine on Al Dhaid Club of 1,500 dirhams, for its players receiving six warnings per match in the U-16 Junior League competition. year (b, c).

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