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AL THANI PRESIDENT OF MALAGA TO BE PUNISHED FOR HIS COMMENTS AGAINST BARCELONA

Abdullah AI-Thani during a game this season.

The Permanent Commission of the State Commission Against Violence, Racism, Xenophobia and Intolerance in Sport met on Thursday to make public the fines that correspond to different cases appeared in the Spanish football fields. The most famous is the sanction of Abdullah AI-Thani, president of Malaga CF, who will pay 3,500 euros for his manifestations of disdain for Barcelona and Catalonia in a message published on Twitter, when the top leader of the Andalusian team said: “The Scoria of Catalonia will not smell the League after their lies about Míchel “.

These are all the sanctions that have been made public this Thursday:

CHAMPIONS LEAGUE

– A fine of 6,000 euros, and a ban on access to sports venues for a period of 24 months, to an amateur who, after leaving an establishment near the stadium and which is one of the places where the sympathizers of the Ultrassur group , Pushed, threatened and repeatedly and seriously insulted a person at risk of social exclusion in the match: Real Madrid-Bayern Munich, played on 18 April.

– A fine of 9,000 euros and a ban on access to sports venues for a period of 24 months, to an amateur who, after leaving an establishment near the stadium and which is one of the places where the supporters of the group Ultrassur , Violently attacked a person at risk of social exclusion while threatening and seriously and repeatedly insults in the match: Real Madrid-Bayern Munich, played on April 18.

LEARN EUROPE

– A fine of 2,000 euros and a ban on access to sports venues for a period of six months, an amateur who struggled with a security guard when he prevented him from jumping a fence of separation between hobbies in the match Celta de Vigo-Manchester United, played on May 4.

– A fine of 3,500 euros, and a ban on access to sports venues for a period of twelve months, to a local fan who violently attacked three visiting fans who were on Real de Vigo street the day before the match Celta de Vigo- Manchester United, played on May 4.

FIRST DIVISION

– A fine of 3,500 euros for Abdullah AI-Thani, president of Málaga CF, for a display of disparagement aimed at a team and its autonomous community of belonging through a message published on the social network Twitter.

– A fine of 3,001 euros, and a ban on access to sports venues for a period of six months, to an amateur who, inside the stadium, was located with a glass bottle of 75 cl capacity containing an alcoholic beverage in The match: Valencia-Osasuna, played on 7 May.

– Fine of 600 euros to an amateur who, inside the stadium, consumed substance narcotics during the encounter: Malaga-Celta of Vigo, played the 7 of May.

– A fine of 600 euros, and a ban on access to sports venues for a period of one month, to an amateur who, inside the stadium, wore a t-shirt with an insulting legend for officials in the match: Deportivo Alavés-Athletic Club, played on May 7.

– Fines of 1,500 euros, and prohibition of access to sports venues for a period of three months, to two fans who, outside the stadium, seriously and repeatedly insulted and disparaged officials in the party: Atletico de Madrid-Eibar , Played on May 6.

– A fine of 30,000 euros to RC Deportivo de La Coruña for allowing a banner to be installed in the Marathon Grid of the stadium with the caption “Riazor Blues”, in the match: Deportivo-Espanyol, played on May 7th.

SECOND DIVISION

– Fine of 25,000 euros to Rayo Vallecano in Madrid for displaying numerous flags several typhus and at least five flags of large dimensions without following the security protocol established in relation to the exhibition of these elements of animation in the party: Rayo Vallecano- Rise, played on May 6.

SECOND DIVISION B

– A fine of 500 euros and a ban on access to sports facilities for a period of three months, an amateur who was located high up in a structure of work with serious danger to his integrity and repeatedly refused to follow the indications Of officials who urged him to descend from that structure in the party: CD Boiro-Pontevedra CF, played on April 30.

– Fines of 1,500 euros, and prohibition of access to sports venues for a period of three months, four fans who, inside the stadium, after moving from the south bottom to the rostrum, seriously and repeatedly insulted local fans In the match: Real Valladolid-CD Leonesa, played on 7 May.

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