The first sanctions against Valencia fell for the racist insults against Vinícius Jr. | The USA Print

The first sanctions against Valencia fell for the racist insults against Vinícius Jr.

This Tuesday the Competition Committee of the Royal Spanish Football Federation sanctioned Valencia CF for the racist acts of the fans against the Real Madrid striker, Vinicius Jr.

The sanction consists of closure of the Kempes stands for a total of five gamesand will begin to be fulfilled from the next day.

In addition, you must also comply witha pecuniary sanction of 45,000 euros ($48,000 dollars) for the commission of the infractions very serious typified in the Disciplinary Code of the RFEF.

The RFEF statement also indicates that “the partial closure will affect the so-called Grada Kempes, and will be complied with in accordance with the provisions of article 57.1 of the RFEF Disciplinary Code.”

The Competition also agreed to penalize Antony Lozano (Cádiz), David López (Girona), Lucas de la Torre (Celta), Asier Illarramendi (Real Sociedad), Igor Zubeldia (Real Sociedad), Eray Cömert (Valencia) and Yunus Dimoara (Valencia).

A suspension match for violence-suspension on the occasion of a match between Juan Miranda (Betis) and Martin Hongla (Valladolid).

This Sunday, Vinícius Jr. was the victim of multiple racist insults by Valencia fans during the match against Real Madrid, for the thirty-fifth day of LaLiga Santander.

The fans insulted the Brazilian on multiple occasions until the player couldn’t take it anymore and went straight to the stands to face the attackers.

After that, hundreds of fans continued with the insults, and after an argument between Valencia players and Real Madrid, Vinícius was expelled from the match.

With information from EFE.

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