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Masjed Soleyman Oil and its supporters were fined

According to Tasnim news agency and quoting the official website of the Football Federation, the disciplinary committee issued the votes related to three matches of the country’s Premier Football League as follows:

* The match between Masjed-e-Soleiman and Persepolis Tehran teams from the 22nd week of the tournament was held on March 11, 2014. According to the votes cast, Javad Barzkar, the coach of Masjed-e-Soleiman oil team, was fired for misconduct against the official official of the match (referee). He was sentenced to two sessions of deprivation and payment of three hundred million rials. This deprivation can be appealed.

Also, Masjed Soleiman Naft team was fined 300 million Rials and 500 million Rials, respectively, for non-observance of the rules of the game (presence of spectators in the stadium) and insulting and insulting the official officials of the match by the agents attributed to the club (leaders).

* The match between Zobahan Isfahan and Arak Aluminum between the matches of the 22nd week was held on March 11, 2014 and Mehdi Ramezani, the media manager of Zobahan, was suspended for two sessions due to mistreatment against the official of the match that led to his dismissal. He was sentenced to one million rials. The deprivation can be appealed.

Mostafa Ahmadi, a player, and Ali Ghaleh-Navi, a coach of the Arak Aluminum team, were each sentenced to a six-month suspension from Premier League matches for paying 200 million riyals and 150 million riyals, respectively, for abuse of an unofficial position and unsportsmanlike conduct. .

Aluminum coach Yousef Bakhshizadeh was also sentenced to a one-match ban from the Premier League and fined 250 million rials for misconduct against the official official of the match, which led to his dismissal.

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* The match between Tehran and Rafsanjan fans in the 21st week of the National Football Premier League was held on March 12, 2014, and the fan team was fined 200 million rials for team misconduct due to obtaining five cards.

Fan coach Mohammad Hassan Rajabzadeh was sentenced to a suspended suspension from Premier League matches and fined 200 million rials for mistreatment of an unofficial official.

Rafsanjan copper coach Hassan Moradi was also sentenced to a suspended suspension from Premier League matches and fined 200 million rials for mistreating the unofficial official of the match.

Ebrahim Sadeghi, the coach of the Rafsanjan copper team, was fined 300 million rials for incitement leading to a clash between the teams’ benches and unsportsmanlike conduct.

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