The Disciplinary Board (CD) of the Portuguese Football Federation (FPF) has initiated disciplinary proceedings against FC Porto and V. Guimarães, respectively for events during the matches against Portimonense at the Estádio do Dragão and Paços de Ferreira at the Estádio D. Afonso Henriques.
According to what Maisfutebol has learned, the disciplinary procedures that appear in the sanctions map on the FPF CD, published on Tuesday, are related to the behavior of supporters and the use of pyrotechnics.
FC Porto received and beat Portimonense 7-0 on Matchday 30, April 16. The day before, V. Guimarães beat Paços de Ferreira 4-0.
The reception of the Minho to the beavers was also worth a fine, confirmed on Tuesday, of 5,420 euros, for wrongful behavior by the public.
This Tuesday, it was also confirmed one month suspension for the coach of Boavista Petitsent off to Moreira de Cónegos last Sunday.
FC Porto with nearly 35,000 euros in fines
FC Porto was also fined 30,600 euros for “statements made in the media”, in this case on the club’s channels” and also a fine of 4,720 euros for “incorrect behavior by the public” in last Saturday’s match against Vizela, in particular through the use of two flashlights and six jars of tobacco.
Sporting-Gil Vicente: suspension of the list of delegates
The delegate for Gil Vicente’s match at Alvalade last Sunday, Tiago Lenho, was suspended for eight days and fined 561 euros for “protests against the referee team”. According to the penalty card, Lenho “deliberately left the technical area to protest with an element of the refereeing team with open arms and shouting: ‘it’s up to us, if it’s not a penalty, it’s ‘is a corner'”.
Derby: well attenuated until Sporting
Sporting was fined an initial fine of 14,665 euros reduced to 9,560 euros for the match against Benfica, in Alvalade, held on April 17 and linked to the use of various pyrotechnic devices, smoke canisters flashlightspassing by torches and firecrackers.
Vilafranquense fined for cutting the grass
Vilafranquense was fined 1,785 euros for “non-compliance with organizational duties”, related to the size of the grass, in last Sunday’s game against Benfica B.
“After the inspection, it was found that the grass was very large (30cm) high, in most parts of the playing field, so the field manager was asked to mow it immediately, and he replied that the grass had been cut the day before. and there wouldn’t even be time for this procedure, because it would take about 3.5 hours to mow. In this way and immediately the delegate of the League informed the Correspondence center, after making every effort and contact to resolve the problem, without it being cut off in a regulatory manner. (…) In the inspection of the field of play carried out by the refereeing team, delegate of the League and already with MD Campo, the referee also confirmed the height of the grass, which in the majority, its cut was not uniform, however he agreed to play the game,” reads the document.
The FPF CD also mentions that the defense presented has been analysed, but the disciplinary consequences have been confirmed.