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bLaCknbLuE4LiFe2010-05-04 23:34:26 +0000 #1
Inter players could face long bans

Reports in Italy are suggesting that the Inter players primarily involved in the Valencia brawl could be banned from all competition for up to four months.

Nicolas Burdisso, Ivan Cordoba and Douglas Maicon were all charged by UEFA in the aftermath of the bust-up which followed their Champions League tie, along with opponents Carlos Marchena and David Navarro.

The latter punched Burdisso just seconds after the final whistle which broke his nose and sparked a huge scuffle, on and off the pitch, between players and officials from both sides.

UEFA’s disciplinary board will look into the events at a specially arranged hearing on Wednesday and reports suggest that the punishment requested for the players involved will be tough.

The disciplinary board are set to ask for a 10-month ban for Navarro and a four-month ban for Burdisso, Marchena and Maicon, whereas Cordoba might be suspended for two months.

The penalties could be extended to the players’ respective national Leagues, as the prosecutor will allegedly ask for the sanctions to be recognised by FIFA.


bLaCknbLuE4LiFe2010-05-04 23:38:04 +0000 #2
im not happy about this... important players of our team.. and hopefully a little common sence will prevail at the end of this meeting
Laury842010-05-05 00:18:02 +0000 #3
I dont wanna talk before they'll take a decision...Im scared coz in the last 3 years we went out from the CL with some "troubles"
tdr2010-05-05 00:38:41 +0000 #4
i would ban all of them...they need to learn how to accpet being outplayed by a better team
Laury842010-05-05 00:17:36 +0000 #5
^^^excuse me???but do u know what happened???why the hell u said those WRONG things???whats the excuse for Navarro in ur opinion???

what the hell if u dont know what to say just dont say nothing!!
Fanbace2010-05-05 00:17:38 +0000 #6
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Originally Posted by Humetu Huso

i would ban all of them...they need to learn how to accpet being outplayed by a better team

I know you have been accused of not knowing nothing, but I assume that you saw the disgraceful scenes on television? I could not agree more with you. You are entirely 100% correct. Players have a responsibilty as social icons to behave correctly. They are not above the law!
Laury842010-05-05 02:15:24 +0000 #7
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Originally Posted by Fanbace

I know you have been accused of not knowing nothing, but I assume that you saw the disgraceful scenes on television? I could not agree more with you. You are entirely 100% correct. Players have a responsibilty as social icons to behave correctly. They are not above the law!

please try to understand what I wrote...I TOTALLY AGREE WITH U...u're right...they should try to be example for the fans...u're right...

I dont agree with:

they need to learn how to accpet being outplayed by a better team

coz IF U REALLY SAW IT...u should know that NAVARRO started it...and guess what??he plays for VALENCIA...the team that won (well in reality they didnt win...)...I dont agree with that.so the next time try to understand what someone wanna say thanks.
Fanbace2010-05-05 00:32:43 +0000 #8
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Originally Posted by Laury84

please try to understand what I wrote...I TOTALLY AGREE WITH U...u're right...they should try to be example for the fans...u're right...

I dont agree with:

they need to learn how to accpet being outplayed by a better team

coz IF U REALLY SAW IT...u should know that NAVARRO started it...and guess what??he plays for VALENCIA...the team that won (well in reality they didnt win...)...I dont agree with that.so the next time try to understand what someone wanna say thanks.

Well I apologise for any confusion, but your English is not the best. Actually, when I was growing up playing football nearly every coach told me to learn to accept defeat gracefully and never retaliate to provocation.

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