Saturday, 28 October 2017

Nigeria's Abdullahi Shehu Fined For Violent Conduct By Cypriot FA

Nigerian international defender Abdullahi Shehu has been fined an undisclosed amount of money for violent conduct.
The Cypriot Football Association has fined the Anorthosis Famagusta defender following an incident that occurred on match day seven against Apollon on October 14.

It is reported that the CUP Athletic Judge, Aristotle Vryonidis has announced the penalty on Wednesday after reviewing the case involving the Nigerian right-back as he is suspended for two games.
''Complaint of the referee Leontios Trattou's against Shehu Abdullahi footballer of Anorthosis Famagusta expelled for violent behavior,'' the Cyprus Football Association said in a press release.

''In the 36th minute he went to Apollon's bench to get the ball and did not give it to the player, so the footballer moves with his foot to beat them. He tried to kick them.

''Then the footballers of Apollon's bench moved backwards to avoid the kick. This resulted in the red card being accepted directly in the CYTA A Championship match."

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