ANDhe Competition Committee decided to cancel the red one he saw Vinicius before him Valencia. That has been the decision agreed after a long meeting that has led to an unprecedented decision.
The explanation of the resolution reads as follows: “This Committee considers it accredited that the referee’s assessment was determined by the omission of the entire set that occurred, which vitiated to radice the arbitration decision. Indeed, the fact that a determining part of the facts was stolen from him forced him to make an arbitrary decision. And this because it was impossible for him to adequately assess what happened, since in the procedure necessary for the adoption of such a decision, an essential step would have been omitted so that it could have been legitimately and legally adopted.”
According to what the collegiate collected Burgos Bengoetxea In the minutes of the meeting last Sunday, the expulsion of Vinicius was for “hitting an opponent’s face with his arm when the ball was not in play, in a massive confrontation of players from both teams. The opposing player did not have to be treated.”
In its agreement, the Committee points out that “there is an extraordinary, serious and totally unusual circumstance, which determines, in our opinion, that the decision adopted by the Collegiate reflected in the Act that is being examined herein incurs a patent arbitrarinesssince it is adopted on an altered and partial factual basis, which has determined that it incurs a manifest lack of validity to base a sanction on it”.
In addition, the Committee recalls that “it limits itself to reviewing in this Resolution the specific sanction imposed by the Collegiate reflected in the Minutes, it is not up to it to assess or sanction the actions produced, neither by the player mentioned nor by the other parties involved in the incident, since Although this Committee undoubtedly considers them reprehensible, it understands that cannot proceed ex officio to re-arbitrate and adopt the sanctions that should, if applicable, have been imposed”. For all these reasons, it is appropriate to uphold the allegations made and leave the aforementioned expulsion without disciplinary effects.
It must be remembered that the Competition Committee is made up of three judgesone appointed by LaLiga, another by the RFEF and another by the Higher Sports Council.