As first reported in Sport1 this morning (Monday), Eliran Atar will appear in court this Wednesday, despite the fact that the Football Association was surprised to discover that the case of the Betar Jerusalem striker in the last game against Maccabi Netanya does not appear in Yigal Fried’s refereeing report.
The Betar Jerusalem striker received a direct red card for hitting Lamak in Benda, but Fried did not mention the incident in the refereeing report and the Football Association was very surprised by this. The association asked for clarifications from the referee about the absence of the incident in the report, when at the same time it was decided to prosecute the striker under the authority of the plaintiff, Adv. Nir Reshef, for injuring an opposing player without a ball. As in the case of Joshua, this time too Adv. Reshef needed the approval of the Attorney General, Adv. Amit Pines, because this is an incident that was not recorded in the report, except for the fact that he was removed for injuring an opposing player.
The report itself also mentioned Maccabi Netanya coach Raymond Atwald as having received a yellow card after “disparagingly applauding the fourth referee” and red after again disparagingly applauding the fourth referee and he will of course be prosecuted as well. In addition to him, Shai Barda, one of the Betar Jerusalem coaches, was mentioned as having been shown a yellow card for comments to the referee.
Source: Maariv.co.il – כדורגל ישראלי by sport1.maariv.co.il.
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