Turin – Going Viral on the Internet? You’re doing it wrong! this is what happened in the last few hours Kyle Joseph George Laffertybomber northern ireland 35 years old with a past in Palermo too. The striker, who plays in the Scottish Premier League with Kilmarnock, ended up in a video with a fan leaving the exclamation “Celts Up”, i.e. “Celtic strength”. He has already been fined and is now a risk Big disqualification 10 rounds. the reason? The sentence of the Enniskillen striker is considered “sectarian”.
ok excuses court Lafferty fined by club, apologizes to “family and colleagues” but will not exempt him from court visits Scottish FA, Glasgow Football Association, is scheduled for 20 October. He will have to answer the allegation of not working in the interest of the country soccer and that you have violated a rule prohibiting the use of offensive language that includes references to ethnic origin, race, nationality, religion or political beliefs. Scottish Football Association rules state that the penalty and a mandatory ban of at least 10 matches which can only be reduced “if exceptional circumstances are detected”. Kilmarnock took a stand shortly after the video aired: «The club can confirm that Kyle is remorseful for his actions and accepts that he has failed himself, his family, the club and the fans. Kilmarnock subsequently took internal action and then imposed a substantial fine on the player. The club has also involved the leading anti-discrimination charity in Scotland, nil by MouthWill work closely with Kyle on a one-to-one basis, as well as provide additional training to first team and team members.academy, Kyle has also pledged to support club projects which will see them taking part in education initiatives nil by MouthPlus volunteering every week at the project”football for all“of Kilmarnock”. the club finally guaranteed Scottish FA full cooperation in the investigation
Don’t risk the national team Lafferty did not feature in Northern Ireland’s previous double tie in the Nations League against Kosovo and Greece: official reason provided whistle Ian baraclough It was the striker’s alleged back injury. When asked whether Lafferty’s blunder in the social video could spell the end of his career in the national team, the coach replied briefly: “I don’t think so”.
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