27 April 2012

The rayista Casado, down penalty against Barça

The Appeals Committee of the Royal Spanish Football Federation (RFEF) dismissed the appeal by the Rayo Vallecano against the penalty of a one-game suspension, imposed Tuesday by the Competition Committee, to their player José Manuel Casado Bizcocho.

Casado at Sporting Gijon-Ray Vallecano (2-1), played last Saturday and for the thirty-fifth day of the First Division, was sent off for two yellow card (m.20 and 86).

The second of the warnings, which the Arbitration Act was to "knock down an opponent in the dispute of a ball," was challenged by the Rayo Vallecano in holding that it was "unfair" because the opposing player "jumped boldly, not there any contact. "

Appeal, however, considered that "the defense punished, and eventually recurring interrupts the action of the attacker, interposing his right leg in the path of playing for Real Sporting de Gijón, making it fall." It has therefore determined to dismiss the appeal by the Rayo Vallecano. (via SPORT)