The Football Association’s Disciplinary Committee fined Sharjah Club for violating the “privacy of official documents”
The Disciplinary Committee of the Emirates Football Association held its meeting today, headed by Counselor Saeed Al-Houti, with the participation of Hamdan Al-Zyoudi, Vice Chairman of the Committee, Hassan Al-Shaibani, Abdullah Al-Hammadi and Salman Al-Taweel, members of the Committee, and Shadi Medhat as Rapporteur.
The Disciplinary Committee considered the referral duly received by it related to Sharjah Club’s violation of the rules and regulations in force in the Football Association regarding the privacy of official documents. The Committee decided to issue a warning penalty to Sharjah Club and a fine of (twenty-five thousand dirhams).
A fine of (ten thousand five hundred dirhams) was also imposed on Al-Jazira Al-Hamra club in the first division competition, because its players obtained seven cards in one match.
And it decided that Inter City lost its match against Gulf United by a score (0-3), and it bears the costs of the referees for not attending the match, and a warning was issued to Al Gharbia Club for violating the match operations protocol, and it punished Fleetwood United with a penalty that drew attention for the same reason, in the league competition Third.
In the U-21 Youth Cup, I decided to stop Al Rams players Hamad Al Tunaiji and Mohammed Al Shehhi for two matches and fined him two thousand dirhams each for uttering the match referee in inappropriate terms.
The committee issued a warning penalty to Ajman Club in the youth league under 19 years, for entering one of the players who are not registered or authorized to enter the players’ dressing room, and punished the technical director of the Al Nasr club team Abdullah Al Jasmi with a warning penalty and a fine of four thousand dirhams for uttering the judgment in inappropriate terms, in Junior League competition under 17 years old.
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