Against the background of the victory protest … the Iranian Federation...

Charged with passing news to an opponent

The Iranian Football Association announced, on its official website, today, Tuesday, the referral of unnamed people to the ethics committee of the federation, on charges of passing news to the Saudi Al-Nasr club about its protest against the ineligibility of some Persepolis players in the semi-final match of the AFC Champions League last weekend.

Iranian Persepolis defeated Al-Nassr with a penalty shootout 5-4, before the latter’s administration lodged an official protest against the participation of a group of players not entitled to play; The fact that the Iranian club did not pay the dues of its former Croatian coach, Branko Ivankovic, and that their registration came during the ban period.

The Iranian Federation published a brief news on its website, in which it stated: The Federation’s Ethics Committee opened a case for transmitting false news from some internal sources to the Saudi Al-Nasr Club, which is considered against national interests in football, and they were referred to the committee.

The federation indicated on its website that Iranian club Persepolis received, today, Tuesday, a letter from the Asian Football Confederation requesting a response to the Al-Nasr club’s complaint, no later than Thursday, the eighth of October.

The Iranian Football Association account published photos of the association officials as well as representatives of Persepolis club to check the last players’ registration papers.

The Al-Nasr management submitted an official protest note due to the participation of players from Persepolis, who were registered with the team days before the AFC Champions League.

Al-Nasr explained that Persepolis club had issued a decision against him by the Dispute Settlement Committee preventing him from registering players.

The Al-Nasr administration believes that it has the right to file a complaint, knowing that it does not hope much for a positive response, but it works according to the laws.

Against the background of the victory protest … the Iranian Federation refers people to the investigation
Sabaq electronic newspaper
Previously
2020-10-06

The Iranian Football Association announced, on its official website, today, Tuesday, the referral of unnamed people to the ethics committee of the federation, on charges of passing news to the Saudi Al-Nasr club about its protest against the ineligibility of some Persepolis players in the semi-final match of the AFC Champions League last weekend.

Iranian Persepolis defeated Al-Nassr with a penalty shootout 5-4, before the latter’s administration lodged an official protest against the participation of a group of players not entitled to play; The fact that the Iranian club did not pay the dues of its former Croatian coach, Branko Ivankovic, and that their registration came during the ban period.

The Iranian Federation published a brief news on its website, which stated: The Federation’s Ethics Committee opened a case for transmitting false news from some internal sources to the Saudi Al-Nasr Club, which is considered against national interests in football, and they were referred to the committee.

The federation indicated on its website that Iranian club Persepolis received, today, Tuesday, a letter from the Asian Football Confederation requesting a response to the Al-Nasr club’s complaint, no later than Thursday, the eighth of October.

The Iranian Football Association account published photos of the association officials as well as representatives of Persepolis club to check the last players’ registration papers.

The Al-Nasr management submitted an official protest note due to the participation of players from Persepolis, who were registered with the team days before the AFC Champions League.

Al-Nasr explained that Persepolis club had issued a decision against him by the Dispute Settlement Committee preventing him from registering players.

The Al-Nasr administration believes that it has the right to file a complaint, knowing that it does not hope much for a positive response, but it works according to the laws.

06 October 2020 – 19 Safar 1442

08:31 PM


Charged with passing news to an opponent

The Iranian Football Association announced, on its official website, today, Tuesday, the referral of unnamed people to the ethics committee of the federation, on charges of passing news to the Saudi Al-Nasr club about its protest against the ineligibility of some Persepolis players in the semi-final match of the AFC Champions League last weekend.

Iranian Persepolis defeated Al-Nassr with a penalty shootout 5-4, before the latter’s administration lodged an official protest against the participation of a group of players not entitled to play; The fact that the Iranian club did not pay the dues of its former Croatian coach, Branko Ivankovic, and that their registration came during the ban period.

The Iranian Federation published a brief news on its website, in which it stated: The Federation’s Ethics Committee opened a case for transmitting false news from some internal sources to the Saudi Al-Nasr Club, which is considered against national interests in football, and they were referred to the committee.

The federation indicated on its website that Iranian club Persepolis received, today, Tuesday, a letter from the Asian Football Confederation requesting a response to the Al-Nasr club’s complaint, no later than Thursday, the eighth of October.

The Iranian Football Association account published photos of the association officials as well as representatives of Persepolis club to check the last players’ registration papers.

The Al-Nasr administration had submitted an official protest note due to the participation of players from Persepolis, who had been registered with the team days before the AFC Champions League.

Al-Nasr explained that Persepolis club had issued a decision against him by the Dispute Settlement Committee preventing him from registering players.

The Al-Nasr administration believes that it has the right to file a complaint, knowing that it does not hope much for a positive response, but it works according to the laws.

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