The former president of the Turkiye professional soccer team, who assaulted a referee, was banned from entering the stadium for life.AFP news agency reported on the 15th (Korean time) that the Turkish Football Association imposed a lifetime ban on former Ankara Guizi president Farouk Coca from entering the stadium.The Turkish Football Association imposed a fine of 2 million lira (approximately 90 million won) on the Ankara Guizyu team and suspended the team from five games without spectators.Former Coca president was dissatisfied with referee Halil Umut Meler’s decision after the Süper Lig match against Rizespor ended 1-1 on the 12th and struck him in the face, knocking him out.Referee Meler was even kicked by a spectator who entered the ground.

Referee Meller, who was taken to the hospital, was diagnosed with an orbital fracture in the left eye area and even wore a neck cast.The Turkiye League is completely suspended until the 19th of this month.Former Chairman Coca announced on his website that he was resigning from his position as Chairman, saying, “There is nothing that can justify or explain the violence I committed.” “I apologize to the Turkish referees, sports fans, and the people,” he wrote.It is not only the position of president of a professional soccer team that was lost due to acts of violence.Former Chairman Coca, who was a member of the ruling Justice and Development Party (AKP), was mentioned as a candidate for Ankara mayor, but running for office has become difficult. He also resigned from his duties.He was arrested on 카지노사이트킹 suspicion of causing injury and must also be investigated by judicial authorities.

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