The football team of the Ural Federal University (Urfu) was fined 9 thousand rubles due to fights with rivals of the Chechen state University (chgu) during a match of the National student football League (NFL), which took place on April 13 in Moscow. In addition, the Ural players were awarded a defeat with the score 0:3.

Similarly, the losers recognized the CSU team. Just as expected, was fined 30 thousand rubles.

In the 72nd minute of the match between Ural Federal University and CSU with the score 1:1 on the field was a mass brawl between the players. The fight failed to stop after police intervention. The incident resulted in the player of the Ekaterinburg team Alexander Tarasov left the field with a bloody face. The arbitrators decided not to finish the match. The press attache of Urfu Paul Carapetyan called the incident a real beating Ural players.

“On Thursday, April 20, a meeting of the Control and disciplinary Committee NSFL. As a result, the Committee made a decision to disqualify 13 of the players fighting for a period of from six to 10 matches and fine teams. Football team CSU has received the maximum penalty of 30 thousand rubles, and Urfa, in the amount of 9 thousand rubles. Also both teams has a defeat with the account 0:3″, – told TASS the head of NFL Andrey Stukalov.

According to him, in the was CSU disqualified eight players in Urfa – three.

Player of Ural Federal University Alexander Tarasov, who during the scuffle I broke my nose, also suspended for six matches. The Committee came to the conclusion that he is not a random victim, but the real party fighting, because the first hit before he got injured.

“Of course, we agree with the decision. Our position on this case is simple: the situation is quite the game, decisions taken by the disciplinary Commission and the leadership of the League, subject to compliance by all parties”, – said the portal URA.RU in a press-service of the Ural Federal University.



NFL fined the Ural players, battered by the Chechen athletes 21.04.2017

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