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Competition puts four games against Álvaro Cervera and creates a precedent to sanction Koeman

The Competition Committee of the Spanish Football Federation (RFEF) has created a precedent to sanction Ronald Koeman after imposing a sanction of nothing more and nothing less than four matches Alvaro Cervera after his statements after the Cadiz – Granada of the Santander League.

The Cádiz coach made it clear at the post-match press conference that the match’s referee “I hadn’t wanted to whistle” a penalty on the cadista player Alberto Perea that “he had seen the whole world” and that he “has no explanation.” After these words, a file was opened to him and finally he has ended up being sanctioned with four games.

This sanction creates a precedent for sanctioning a Ronald Koeman that brazenly cracked the refereeing establishment after losing the Classic to Real Madrid and that the culé team was given a clear penalty from Lenglet to Ramos. The Dutch coach, among other things, stated that «the VAR only appears when it is necessary to decide against the Barça ». In addition, he also waited for the referees at the end of the game to ask for explanations.

After this event, Competition opened a file that is being studied and that could lead to a four-game sanction for the Barcelona coach. Seen what I seen with Alvaro Cervera, the technician culé could be sanctioned in the next weeks… or not.