24 January 2012

Competition forgets Pepe... at the moment

The Competition Committee of the Real Federación Española de Fútbol did not even mention Pepe's aggression in the last minutes of sanctioned in Copa del Rey. On Wednesday, however, may be different.

The Royal Spanish Football Federation released the minutes of the last day sanctioned King's Cup which was played over the past week.

As expected, there was there no sign of the possible punitive action that could have been brought against the player automatically Portuguese Madrid, Pepe, the stamping that struck Barca's Argentine striker Leo Messi.

The only allusion to the Portuguese that included the Judge of Competition in its report was for the yellow card that saw Pepe for dangerous game in the minute 16 of game.

However, even it is possible that the Single Judge Competition set the record any changes as Wednesday, the day of the second leg at the Camp Nou. In fact, after the meeting the single judge Alfredo Florez told the reporters that had only watched the proceedings of parties and, therefore, what they did contain the collegiate and would be on Wednesday when they study the issue and decide Pepe whether acting officially or not.

The total sanctioned in the classic Madrid and Barca is disputed (1-2) on 18 January, according to the minutes made by Competition are as follows:

For dangerous play

Ferreira De Lima "Pepe," Da Silva Coentrao "F. Coentrao," Bueno alley "alley", Silveira de Carvalho "Oak" and Piqué Bernabeu "Piqué".

For the referee comment

Puyol Saforcada "Puyol".

For infringement of the rules

Busquets Burgos "Sergio."

It should be noted that there was no sanctioned for arguing with an opponent. (via SPORT)