The Spanish FA’s opposition council will audit the supposed bigoted episode where Valencia’s Mouctar Diakhaby blamed Cadiz’s Juan Cala for coordinating a bigoted comment at him.
The Integrity division of the Spanish FA has alluded this case to the FA’s opposition council, the RFEF disclosed to ESPN FC. 먹튀사이트
A source disclosed to ESPN it isn’t yet known whether the case will be taken a gander at tomorrow or one week from now.
The Spanish Players’ Union (AFE) gave an assertion on Tuesday with respect to the episode during Sunday’s down, saying: “In any law and order, the assumption of honesty is a principal right of any individual until demonstrated liable. AFE will censure, as it has consistently done, any bigoted or xenophobic activity that assaults, both on and off the field, any footballer.”
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Valencia’s players strolled off the field as an indication of dissent after Diakhaby said he was racially offended, yet in the long run returned.
Arbitrator David Medie Jimenez wrote in his match report that after the showdown between the players, Diakhaby said to him the bigoted words that Cala had advised him yet that they were not heard by anybody among the directing group.