James Rodriguez’s shocking reaction to his expulsion after Al Rayyan lost to Al Arabi has raised concerns about possible disciplinary action.
James Rodriguez is going through a sensitive moment in football after being sent off from Al Rayyan’s recent 2-1 loss to Al Arabi, as the former Everton pushed and insulted him and strongly protested to the referee for his decision to warn him for an alleged infraction. .
In the last minute of the match, the former Real Madrid managed to intercept an important ball to aim his shot towards the goal, but the opposing player ended up hitting him, causing injuries to his face and a bruise on one of his ribs, which the referee understood was a violation of the attacking midfielder.
Faced with this situation, the coffee star seriously ended up approaching the referee, who disagreed with him, by placing his hands on him with a thrust, in addition to shouting against him.
With this situation, the directive that ensures compliance with the regulations of the Qatar Stars League can severely punish the former Died For his position on the field of play against the authority.
As reported by FootballRead, Article 48 of the regulation states that “penalties for infractions such as those of James clearly contemplate penalties ranging from four to 24 matches, depending on the seriousness of the facts and in particular on the refereeing report submitted by the referee.”
That way, in the face of an attempted physical assault, James could receive a ten-week or ten-day expulsion sentence plus a maximum fine of 200,000 Qatari riyals. In the case of assault, the penalty will be a maximum of 24 weeks and 300,000 Qataris.
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