The FA released a statement today saying that Leeds United manager Jesse Marshee suffered a 5-2 loss to Brentford in the sixth round of the Premier League on September 3. Those who have made extremely inappropriate words and deeds will be subject to fines and suspensions.
At the time of the incident, in the 64th minute of the Premier League match , Leeds United’s 20-year-old midfielder Cleasoncio Somerville was pulled down by an opponent’s player in the penalty area, but the referee of the game did not whistle the opponent. This made the coach Ma Xi angrily walked to the fourth referee and kept asking for a video review. During this period, he also used blasphemous words to scold the referee and scolded the referee in a close-range provocation. Then coach Ma Xi was also sent off by the referee with a red card.
The incident was also investigated by the FA’s disciplinary team, during which coach Ma Xi voluntarily admitted that inappropriate words and actions were used in the game. The match organisers initially thought the FA’s verdict was too heavy and a warning to the manager was enough, as no other manager had been so severely punished in the past.
However, the FA also retorted in this statement that the coach Ma Xi deliberately approached the fourth referee and took the initiative to provoke disputes. For the FA, as the commander and leader of the team, he was involved in this incident. Words and actions are extremely undesirable.
In the end, the English Football Association imposed a fine of 10,000 pounds and a one-match ban on Leeds United coach Ma Xi. As the whole UK mourns the death of Queen Elizabeth II, the schedule has been postponed and rescheduled.
Leeds United’s next game will be against Aston Villa on October 2. It is expected that the suspension penalty will take effect at that time, and coach Mahi will not be able to command Leeds United for that game.
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