Betis: Competition does not pronounce on Pellegrini, for now

The RFEF Competition Committee has sanctioned the Brazilian side with a match this Tuesday Emerson, of the Real
Betis, for the expulsion suffered on Saturday in the clash against the Real
Madrid. They have also been sanctioned Enrique
Sanz, of the technical body of Celtic, with two parties, and Michael
Fields, from the Cádiz coaching staff, with three, one for being expelled and another for saying to the fourth referee “you have shit, you have shit, you are vigilantes”, after the clash with him. Seville
FC, in which the people of Cádiz angrily claimed a previous foul by the Nervionenses in the play that led to the 1-2 that disrupted the game in the last minute.

The Competition Committee, at the moment, has not communicated the opening of any file to Manuel
Pellergini Y Joel
Oak trees -technician and goalkeeper Betis, respectively, who criticized the arbitration suffered before the Madrid– nor to any of the technicians or players who criticized in the media the refereeing work last weekend, cases of Oscar
Garcia (Celtic), Alvaro
Cervera (Cádiz) or José
Mendilibar (Eibar), although it was leaked that the RFEF was going to denounce those statements of the Betics and a file was going to be initiated, which may still happen, because according to the TO BE Competition expands the margin to present the documentation until Wednesday at 9:30 and this afternoon the Integrity Area of ​​the RFEF will transfer to the Competition the “declarations they deem appropriate”.

The new article 100 bis of the Disciplinary Code says the following about the manifestations against the arbitration body: “The making by any person subject to sports discipline of statements through any means by which the honesty and impartiality of any member is questioned of the arbitration group or the organs of the RFEF; as well as statements that imply a disapproval of the activity of any member of the groups mentioned when they are made with contempt or when offensive, insulting, humiliating or abusive language is used, will be sanctioned ”.

Reviewing what was said by Pellegrini or Joel
Oak trees, at no time do they doubt the honesty of the referee, nor was there “offensive, insulting, humiliating or abusive language” or “contempt”, for which, as the former vice president of the Federation and former head of the Integrity Area indicated this Tuesday, Ana
Muñoz, punishing them for this would be “arbitrary and unfair”, since many other stronger statements were not denounced by the aforementioned department of the RFEF.