Hapoel Beer Sheva reached a plea deal today (Wednesday) with the Football Association's court regarding Shafi Suleimanov, and it was determined that the midfielder will be suspended from four games.
As I recall, during the Toto Cup final between the Reds and Maccabi Netanya, the Beer Sheva midfielder hit without a ball on Aden Kartsev and saw the red card from Eitan Shmuelevich.
It should be noted that the Reds feared a much harsher punishment.
In fact, one of the reasons that led to the plea deal is the fact that this is the Russian's first serious offense in Israel and therefore it was decided not to make him any worse than that.
Following the decision, Suleimanov will not take part in Hapoel Beer Sheva's upcoming matches against Hapoel Haifa, Nes Ziona Section, and Bnei Sakhnin (his first away game was against Netanya last Saturday).
In addition, the midfielder was also fined NIS 5,000 and received a suspension of four more games, on condition.
Those who will be available to Eliniv Barda in these games are Ramsey Spuri and Adrian Fawn, who returned from injuries and the latter even saw minutes in the Reds' last league game.
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