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The Supreme Court has ruled: Eddie Gottlieb's red card will not be revoked - Walla! sport

2021-09-20T11:15:16.759Z

Two days after getting into a 1: 1 clash with Maccabi Petah Tikva, the Hapoel Tel Aviv stopper received a negative response from the court of appeal for the dismissal he suffered: "The referee's decisions, even if wrong, are final and cannot be appealed."



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The Supreme Court has ruled: Eddie Gottlieb's red card will not be revoked

Two days after getting into a 1: 1 clash with Maccabi Petah Tikva, the Hapoel Tel Aviv stopper received a negative response from the court of appeal for the dismissal he suffered: "The referee's decisions, even if wrong, are final and cannot be appealed."

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Summary: Maccabi Petah Tikva - Hapoel Tel Aviv 1: 1 (Sport 1)

Two days have passed since Eddie Gottlieb was sent off after getting into a confrontation with a fan who burst onto the field, Hapoel Tel Aviv received a negative response to its request to cancel the red card.

After the 1: 1 suspension against Maccabi Petah Tikva, the Reds appealed to the Football Association's Supreme Court to appeal the referee's decision, who removed the brake after the incident, but the answer received is that "referee decisions - even if they are sometimes wrong - are final And cannot be appealed. "




The president of the tribunal added that the Supreme Court has no authority to discuss the decisions of the referee given during or near the meeting.

Therefore, the Tel Aviv petition was rejected outright.

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The red card was not canceled.

Eddie Gottlieb after the incident (Photo: Udi Citation)

As you may recall, a fan burst onto the field during the match at the Colony Stadium, ran on the lawn and hit the players, when he tried to attack Gottlieb, the brake knocked him down and allowed him to be taken off the field.

In light of the court's decision, the brakeman who was sent off in the draw against the Malavas, will miss his team's next game against Hapoel Haifa in Bloomfield, which will take place this coming Saturday.

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