Competition does not forgive Stuani: it will be low against Ponferradina

first_imgHopes to have him on Saturday were slim, but the club has tried because he is aware that Stuani is vital. So far this year he has scored 22 goals and without him, this season, Girona does not know the victory. He has been low in four games and the balance is two draws (Sporting Y Ponferradina) and two defeats (Albacete Y Almeria). Competition ignores the allegations, with videographic evidence, presented by Girona and maintains what the referee wrote in the minutes of the match: he was admonished by “take down an opponent in the ball dispute recklessly”. In this way, the Committee has chosen to suspend Stuani for a match for yellow accumulation following article 112 of the Disciplinary Code and impose an accessory fine to the club of 200 euros and 600 to the tip in application of article 52. 7 From the club they accept this decision and, according to the red and white entity, They do not plan to bring an appeal to the Appeals Committee. Martí already knows that he will not be able to count on Stuani before Ponferradina and is looking for a substitute. The best located would be, waiting to know if Jonathan Soriano he recovers or not from his injury, Samu Saiz. The attacker has played 18 League matches this course and has scored a bit (he gave the win over the Huesca, 1-0) and distributed two assists. Of course, he has not started since day 21, before the Mirandés (0-3). There has been no forgiveness for Cristhian Stuani. It seemed complicated that the Competition Committee responded to the allegations presented by the Girona to leave without effect the yellow that the striker saw in the match of last day against Deportivo and this Wednesday the sanction has been confirmed. In this way, the Uruguayan will cycle in this Saturday’s duel against Ponferradina and Pep Lluís Martí will not be able to count on his reference in attack. LaBiga SmartBank* Data updated as of February 19, 2020last_img

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