It’s been a week since the league was suspended after the former president of another club assaulted a referee
Istanbulspor players leaving the stadium
Turkiye professional soccer, where the league was paralyzed when the club president hit the referee, was stopped this time because the president of another club was dissatisfied with the decision and withdrew his players.
According to the BBC on the 20th (Korean time), Ezimel Pike Saraliolu, president of Istanbulspor, was dissatisfied with the referee’s decision and called the entire team to the bench during the Super Lig match against Trabzonspor.
In the 23rd minute of the second half, Trabzonspor took a 2-1 lead with Paul Onuachu’s header, but President Saralioglu personally went to the ground to protest, claiming that Istanbulspor should have been awarded a penalty kick.
In the end, President Saraliolu ordered the players to withdraw about 5 minutes later, and the game stopped in the 28th minute of the second half.
Istanbulspor suspends match
Some Istanbulspor players tried to persuade President Saralioglu to reverse his decision, but it was not enough.
Istanbulspor is at the bottom of the 20 teams in the Süper Lig (2 wins, 2 draws, 11 losses, 8 points).
The suspension of Turkiye professional soccer matches comes one week after the entire league was suspended due to an unprecedented ‘referee assault incident’.
After the Süper Lig match between Ankara Guizy and Rizespor on the 12th, an absurd incident occurred in which then-Ankara Guizi president Farouk Coca punched referee Halil Umut Meler in the face after being dissatisfied with the decision of referee Halil Umut Meler, causing the league to be temporarily suspended. It stopped.
The Turkish Football Association imposed a lifetime ban on former president Coca, who resigned from his position as president, from entering the stadium, and imposed a fine of 2 million lira (approximately 90 million won) on the Ankara Guizy club and banned them from holding five games without spectators. 카지노사이트