The League | The Competition Committee harshly sanctions Cádiz: 17-game suspension

Cádiz and Getafe played a game on matchday 25 of the Santander League where they tied at two goals and there were several expulsions during the course of the match. The RFEF has used a heavy hand and has sanctioned Cádiz with a 17-game suspension, distributed among various players on the squad and the coaching staff.

The events occurred after the second penalty goal scored by Enes Unal in the last seconds of Cádiz-Getafe last weekend. Iza Calcelén went for Juan Iglesias and hit him from behind, Hernández Hernández, referee of the match sent off the player with a direct red. That’s how he put it on the record. “In the 90th minute, the player (20) Carcelén Valencia, Isaac was sent off for the following reason: Once the match was over and while we were still on the pitch, he hit an opponent on the head with his hand with the use of force excessive“.

From this incident a brawl was formed that would continue in the locker room after the conclusion of the clash and where the referee decided to show several red cards in response to the events that occurred.

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List of the 17 sanction matches against Cádiz: Iza Carcelen with three games (right back) and Jeremías Ledesma (substitute goalkeeper) with four games, Lolo Bocardo (goalkeeping coach) six games and Diego Ribera (second coach) with four games of sanction.

The Competition Committee also sanctions Cádiz with a financial fine of 1,500 euros for incidents in the stands and the throwing of an object.

Cádiz has published a statement on its social networks after learning of the sanctions of the Competition Committee after the last league game against Getafe, in which it expresses its discomfort with the resolutions, which it calls “disproportionate, excessive and harmful”.

The legal services of the Cádiz club will present “the corresponding allegations“, added the statement, “in order to prevent” the club and the players affected “from being seriously harmed” by a resolution that, according to the letter signed by the president of Cádiz, Manuel Vizcaíno, is “absolutely unfair and contrary to Right”.

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