The Disciplinary Committee of the Saudi Federation issues its rulings and resolves the matter of the “Ronaldo incident”

The Disciplinary Committee of the Saudi Federation issues its rulings and resolves the matter of the “Ronaldo incident”  The Disciplinary and Ethics Committee of the Saudi Football Association officially issued its decisions regarding the exciting Riyadh derby between Al-Hilal and Al-Nasr, which was held on April 18th.  The Riyadh derby ended with the victory of “Al-Zaeem” 2-0, in the 25th round of the Saudi Roshan League, but the controversy was not in the loss of “Al-Alamy”.  As the match witnessed a great controversy about the Portuguese Cristiano Ronaldo, the leader of the victory, whether his violent intervention as if he was a wrestler, against the Colombian Gustavo Cuellar, the blue midfielder, or his outrageous act of shame in front of the opponent’s fans, the committee only issued a single penalty against the victory.  An outrageous movement of modesty from Ronaldo to Al-Hilal fans, Will it end his future in Saudi Arabia? The committee decided to fine Al-Alamy 15,000 riyals, in a non-appealable decision, in light of the delay in its players entering the field at the beginning of the second half.  A video clip was circulated showing Ronaldo directing an "outside movement" to the Al Hilal fans, who cheered in the stands, "Messi  Messi", in an attempt to arouse his anger after the match, which Al Hilal lost at the hands of Al Nasr with two free goals.  A large segment of Saudi football fans condemned Ronaldo's behavior after the Al-Hilal match, calling on the Disciplinary and Ethics Committee to impose a penalty on the Portuguese star.  It is noteworthy that the committee did not punish Ronaldo in the incident of the indecent movement, as it only relied on the footage transmitted by the official television carrier of the matches, and did not look at the clips spread through social networking sites.        Mask fulfills his promise Salah, Ronaldo, and sports celebrities lose the Twitter authentication mark!  American billionaire Elon Musk, owner of the “Twitter” platform, has fulfilled his promise to charge Twitter users $ 8 in exchange for obtaining a blue tick for their accounts.  On Thursday, the “Twitter” platform removed the “blue” authentication mark from the accounts of many soccer stars due to the new policy imposed by Mask, led by the Egyptian Mohamed Salah, the Liverpool star, and the Portuguese Cristiano Ronaldo, the Saudi Al-Nasr player.  The account of the Portuguese international, which is followed by 108 million people, as well as the account of the Egyptian Mohamed Salah, which is followed by more than 18 million people, appeared without the blue mark.  The Algerian international, Riyad Mahrez, the winger of Manchester City, the star of the French national team and Paris Saint-Germain club, Kylian Mbappe, also lost the "blue mark", along with other stars in sports, art and other fields.        The trial of 8 health care workers for causing the death of Maradona  An Argentine court has decided to prosecute eight healthcare professionals for causing the death of soccer legend Diego Maradona. The court said that the date for the trial of the eight defendants has not yet been set, but it is unlikely to start before next year.   A medical committee report previously handed over to prosecutors concluded that Maradona had been fighting for more than 12 hours, had not received proper treatment, and his life could have been saved if he had received health services properly.  Three judges from the San Isidro Court of Appeal, on the outskirts of the Argentine capital, Buenos Aires, confirmed the charges brought by prosecutors of negligent homicide against members of Maradona's medical team.  Neurosurgeon Leopoldo Luque and psychiatrist Agustina Kozakov were accused of failing in their care of Maradona.  Maradona's medical team also included psychologist Carlos Diaz, doctors Nancy Forlini, Pedro de Spagna, nursing coordinator Mariano Peroni, and nurses Ricardo Almiron and Dahiana Madrid.  Maradona, who led Argentina to win the World Cup for the second time in 1986, died at the age of 60 in November 2020 due to heart failure after undergoing brain surgery days earlier.

The Disciplinary and Ethics Committee of the Saudi Football Association officially issued its decisions regarding the exciting Riyadh derby between Al-Hilal and Al-Nasr, which was held on April 18th.

The Riyadh derby ended with the victory of “Al-Zaeem” 2-0, in the 25th round of the Saudi Roshan League, but the controversy was not in the loss of “Al-Alamy”.

As the match witnessed a great controversy about the Portuguese Cristiano Ronaldo, the leader of the victory, whether his violent intervention as if he was a wrestler, against the Colombian Gustavo Cuellar, the blue midfielder, or his outrageous act of shame in front of the opponent’s fans, the committee only issued a single penalty against the victory.

An outrageous movement of modesty from Ronaldo to Al-Hilal fans, Will it end his future in Saudi Arabia?
The committee decided to fine Al-Alamy 15,000 riyals, in a non-appealable decision, in light of the delay in its players entering the field at the beginning of the second half.

A video clip was circulated showing Ronaldo directing an "outside movement" to the Al Hilal fans, who cheered in the stands, "Messi  Messi", in an attempt to arouse his anger after the match, which Al Hilal lost at the hands of Al Nasr with two free goals.

A large segment of Saudi football fans condemned Ronaldo's behavior after the Al-Hilal match, calling on the Disciplinary and Ethics Committee to impose a penalty on the Portuguese star.

It is noteworthy that the committee did not punish Ronaldo in the incident of the indecent movement, as it only relied on the footage transmitted by the official television carrier of the matches, and did not look at the clips spread through social networking sites.





Mask fulfills his promise Salah, Ronaldo, and sports celebrities lose the Twitter authentication mark!


American billionaire Elon Musk, owner of the “Twitter” platform, has fulfilled his promise to charge Twitter users $ 8 in exchange for obtaining a blue tick for their accounts.

On Thursday, the “Twitter” platform removed the “blue” authentication mark from the accounts of many soccer stars due to the new policy imposed by Mask, led by the Egyptian Mohamed Salah, the Liverpool star, and the Portuguese Cristiano Ronaldo, the Saudi Al-Nasr player.

The account of the Portuguese international, which is followed by 108 million people, as well as the account of the Egyptian Mohamed Salah, which is followed by more than 18 million people, appeared without the blue mark.

The Algerian international, Riyad Mahrez, the winger of Manchester City, the star of the French national team and Paris Saint-Germain club, Kylian Mbappe, also lost the "blue mark", along with other stars in sports, art and other fields.



The Disciplinary Committee of the Saudi Federation issues its rulings and resolves the matter of the “Ronaldo incident”  The Disciplinary and Ethics Committee of the Saudi Football Association officially issued its decisions regarding the exciting Riyadh derby between Al-Hilal and Al-Nasr, which was held on April 18th.  The Riyadh derby ended with the victory of “Al-Zaeem” 2-0, in the 25th round of the Saudi Roshan League, but the controversy was not in the loss of “Al-Alamy”.  As the match witnessed a great controversy about the Portuguese Cristiano Ronaldo, the leader of the victory, whether his violent intervention as if he was a wrestler, against the Colombian Gustavo Cuellar, the blue midfielder, or his outrageous act of shame in front of the opponent’s fans, the committee only issued a single penalty against the victory.  An outrageous movement of modesty from Ronaldo to Al-Hilal fans, Will it end his future in Saudi Arabia? The committee decided to fine Al-Alamy 15,000 riyals, in a non-appealable decision, in light of the delay in its players entering the field at the beginning of the second half.  A video clip was circulated showing Ronaldo directing an "outside movement" to the Al Hilal fans, who cheered in the stands, "Messi  Messi", in an attempt to arouse his anger after the match, which Al Hilal lost at the hands of Al Nasr with two free goals.  A large segment of Saudi football fans condemned Ronaldo's behavior after the Al-Hilal match, calling on the Disciplinary and Ethics Committee to impose a penalty on the Portuguese star.  It is noteworthy that the committee did not punish Ronaldo in the incident of the indecent movement, as it only relied on the footage transmitted by the official television carrier of the matches, and did not look at the clips spread through social networking sites.        Mask fulfills his promise Salah, Ronaldo, and sports celebrities lose the Twitter authentication mark!  American billionaire Elon Musk, owner of the “Twitter” platform, has fulfilled his promise to charge Twitter users $ 8 in exchange for obtaining a blue tick for their accounts.  On Thursday, the “Twitter” platform removed the “blue” authentication mark from the accounts of many soccer stars due to the new policy imposed by Mask, led by the Egyptian Mohamed Salah, the Liverpool star, and the Portuguese Cristiano Ronaldo, the Saudi Al-Nasr player.  The account of the Portuguese international, which is followed by 108 million people, as well as the account of the Egyptian Mohamed Salah, which is followed by more than 18 million people, appeared without the blue mark.  The Algerian international, Riyad Mahrez, the winger of Manchester City, the star of the French national team and Paris Saint-Germain club, Kylian Mbappe, also lost the "blue mark", along with other stars in sports, art and other fields.        The trial of 8 health care workers for causing the death of Maradona  An Argentine court has decided to prosecute eight healthcare professionals for causing the death of soccer legend Diego Maradona. The court said that the date for the trial of the eight defendants has not yet been set, but it is unlikely to start before next year.   A medical committee report previously handed over to prosecutors concluded that Maradona had been fighting for more than 12 hours, had not received proper treatment, and his life could have been saved if he had received health services properly.  Three judges from the San Isidro Court of Appeal, on the outskirts of the Argentine capital, Buenos Aires, confirmed the charges brought by prosecutors of negligent homicide against members of Maradona's medical team.  Neurosurgeon Leopoldo Luque and psychiatrist Agustina Kozakov were accused of failing in their care of Maradona.  Maradona's medical team also included psychologist Carlos Diaz, doctors Nancy Forlini, Pedro de Spagna, nursing coordinator Mariano Peroni, and nurses Ricardo Almiron and Dahiana Madrid.  Maradona, who led Argentina to win the World Cup for the second time in 1986, died at the age of 60 in November 2020 due to heart failure after undergoing brain surgery days earlier.


The trial of 8 health care workers for causing the death of Maradona


An Argentine court has decided to prosecute eight healthcare professionals for causing the death of soccer legend Diego Maradona.
The court said that the date for the trial of the eight defendants has not yet been set, but it is unlikely to start before next year. 

A medical committee report previously handed over to prosecutors concluded that Maradona had been fighting for more than 12 hours, had not received proper treatment, and his life could have been saved if he had received health services properly.

Three judges from the San Isidro Court of Appeal, on the outskirts of the Argentine capital, Buenos Aires, confirmed the charges brought by prosecutors of negligent homicide against members of Maradona's medical team.

Neurosurgeon Leopoldo Luque and psychiatrist Agustina Kozakov were accused of failing in their care of Maradona.

Maradona's medical team also included psychologist Carlos Diaz, doctors Nancy Forlini, Pedro de Spagna, nursing coordinator Mariano Peroni, and nurses Ricardo Almiron and Dahiana Madrid.

Maradona, who led Argentina to win the World Cup for the second time in 1986, died at the age of 60 in November 2020 due to heart failure after undergoing brain surgery days earlier.
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