“Did you curse at the referee just now?” Holland could be banned from travel due to protests and SNS posts ↑

The soccer media Tribuna reported on the 4th (Korea time), “Holan’s social media and remarks on the field could certainly be in trouble. Earlier this season, Van Dyke was banned from playing for one more game for swearing at the referee after being sent off in the match against Newcastle.”

Manchester City tied Tottenham 3-3 in the 14th round of the 2023/24 English Premier League (EPL) held at the Etihad Stadium in Manchester, the U.K. on Tuesday (Korea time). One scene is still burning in the match.

Holland blocked the ball in the 3rd minute of extra time in the second half, but he was tackled and staggered in the process. However, Holland got up and passed to the penetrating Grealish, and what he received in the process turned into a foul. 에볼루션 바카라사이트

In the process, Manchester City players complained of injustice and began to complain to referee Hooper, who even got into a physical fight with the referee. Holland even shouted “F*** off” at the referee.

He didn’t stop there and vented his anger on social media. He retweeted a video of Manchester City not getting a clear scoring chance due to referee Hooper’s strange decision, tweeting “WTF.”

There are reports that Twitter could be a problem. On Aug. 28 (Korea time), when Liverpool was being dragged 0-1 in a league match between Liverpool and Newcastle, VanDijk walked the legs of Newcastle striker Alexander Isak outside the penalty box. VanDijk and Liverpool players thought of it as a yellow card and appeared to flick it over.

However, the card that referee John Brooks pulled out was red. Van Dyck covered his mouth with his hand in surprise. He cursed at referee John Brooks and called the decision “a bloody hell of a dog,” and at first refused to leave the field. He also had a heated conversation with a standby mind, Craig Pawson. For this remark, Van Dyck was banned for one more game

According to FA regulations, players who engage in ‘inappropriate behavior’ such as rough language can be subject to additional disciplinary action. The FA rulebook specifies punishment for ‘confrontational’ behavior, and in the past, some players have been given additional disciplinary action in addition to the first disciplinary action for what they did to the referee after receiving a red card.

Holland will also not be able to escape the situation because he cursed at the referee. Fans are defending Holland by suggesting why they should take disciplinary action against the referee after making such a mistake.

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