UEFA opens an investigation into the excesses of the President of Paris Saint-Germain

UEFA opens an investigation into the excesses of the President of Paris Saint-Germain after the Real Madrid match

The European Football Association “UEFA” has opened an investigation against Nasser Al-Khelaifi, president of the French club Paris Saint-Germain, and the Brazilian sporting director, Leonardo, against the background of the events that occurred after the Paris team lost 3-1 yesterday against Real Madrid, and as a result it was bid farewell to the European Champions League competition from the role The 16.

Among the cases considered, the UEFA Disciplinary Regulations stipulate penalties (Article 11) for breaching the “general principles of conduct”: “behaving in an insulting manner or in breach of the rules of decency”.

Article 15 of the same regulation states “improper conduct of players and officials”, with suspensions and fines.

According to the French newspaper, L’Equipe, the European Union has opened a disciplinary case against the leaders of Paris Saint-Germain after their unsportsmanlike behavior against the referees of the match against Real Madrid.

And the Spanish “Cuatro” network had revealed that Al-Khelaifi stormed the referees’ room for the Real Madrid match against Paris Saint-Germain immediately after it ended, in objection to a number of arbitral decisions, especially the first goal of the royal, from which Benzema scored a tie in favor of Real after putting pressure on Gianluigi Donnarumma.

She added that the Paris Saint-Germain president attacked Dutch referee Danny Makele and his crew in the dressing rooms in front of the cameras of the Santiago Bernabeu stadium tunnel and in a large number of witnesses to the incident, led by representatives of the European Football Association “UEFA”.

And she continued, that the employee of the referees’ rooms for the match between Real and Paris Saint-Germain, tried to prevent Al-Khelaifi, the president of the Parisian club, from storming the referees’ dressing rooms, and he took several pictures of the incident.

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