Rudi Garcia Sentenced to Two Matches
Rome – Roma coach Rudi Garcia punished should not accompany the team for two games. The Frenchman had committed aggression and intimidation against a supervisor in the game contra Genoa.
Earlier it was reported that Garcia is believed to experiment to slap a supervisor in the hallway locker room after the game ended. The match was won by the Romans 1-0 and it is colored tension was heightened when Tomas Rincon referee annulled a goal in injury time.
Lega Serie A Disciplinary Commission finally confirmed the incident with Garcia sentenced. 50-year-old coach was sentenced to ban accompany Rome for the next two games.
“Roma coach Rudi Garcia will be sentenced to two games, effective immediately, for the actions of aggressive and intimidating attitude in a confrontation with a supervisor,” the official statement Disciplinary Commission Serie A.
In addition, Rome also sentenced to 20 thousand euros for failing to cooperate in the investigation of the incident. While defender Jose Holebas will be punished one-match ban for insulting gestures towards fans do Genoa.
From the camp Genoa, the club get a fine of 30 thousand euros for the violence committed fans after deducting the club‘s willingness to cooperate with the police and the league to identify those involved. While midfielder Diego Perotti face punishment ban of three matches.
In addition to Rome and Genoa, Juventus also be punished. The coach, Massimiliano Allegri, dilarah accompany the team for one match after match officials harassing 1-1 counter balanced while Sampdoria.