The disciplinary Committee of the Union of European football associations (UEFA) for 30 days suspended midfielder CSKA and national team of Finland Roman Eremenko, according to the website of the Football Association of Finland.
About the reasons for the dismissal are not reported. While in Finland I hope that CSKA on Friday will release an official comment on this, says “Interfax”.
UEFA’s decision came into force yesterday, in connection with which Eremenko was forced on Thursday to miss the qualifying match of the 2018 world Cup against the team of Iceland (2:3).
Roman Eremenko – the son of a Soviet football player Alexey Eremenko moved to Finland with his father, where he continued his football career. Eremenko Jr. has received Finnish citizenship, and eventually began to defend the colors of this team. In 2011 he played for Rubin Kazan and 2014 for CSKA Moscow.
Press-attache of the “Rubin” Mikhail Stepanov said that the club had not filed a complaint against the midfielder, who has terminated the contract with citizens of Kazan and moved to the army club.
“No complaints we did not. All issues between Rubin and Eremenko settled – quoted Stepanova “Sport-Express”.
CSKA Director for information policy and public relations Sergei Aksenov said that the army has received official notification of suspension Eremenko, but to declare his reasons in the near future declined.
“CSKA and the football Association of Finland have actually received from the FTC UEFA official notification on suspension of the footballer Roman Eremenko for 30 days, – said Aksenov “SE”. – To ascertain all the circumstances of the case additional comments neither the club nor the player will not be given. The meeting of the disciplinary Committee of UEFA on the subject matter will be held during the month.”