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Date Posted: 27/Nov/2015   Deadline: 27/Nov/2015


An Andalusian second-division player who attempted to hit a female assistant referee with his penis has been given a one-year ban from football by the Competition Committee of the Andalusian Football Association (RFAF).



According to MARCA, the player was punished with “a one-year suspension of his federation licence, and a 468-euro fine”.



He was punished for “performing a public act of common knowledge which was completely undignified and disrespectful to the assistant referee and the crowd present at the game”.



The bizarre incident occurred in the 80th minute of the Andalusian Senior Second Division league game between CD Abes and Gabia CF in Granada on November 15.



Referee Jesús Lorenzo Rodríguez wrote in his match report that the man “invaded the pitch and approached assistant number one and tried to hit her with his penis, which he had pulled out beforehand,” according to La Informacion.



Rodríguez identified the man as being a player from the rival local team Céltic de Pulianas, which plays in the league above the CD Abes and Gabia CF.



He was wearing the team’s tracksuit and I recognized him from when I’d refereed in the past,” the referee noted, according to Spanish sports newspaper Marca.



The Russian athletics federation has accepted its ban from the sport in the wake of widespread doping revelations, the International Association of Athletics Federations said on Thursday.



The IAAF Council is meeting in Monaco, France on Thursday, with the crisis surrounding doping and connected corruption the number one item on the agenda.



IAAF Council was today informed that written confirmation had been received yesterday from ARAF (All Russia Athletics Federation) accepting their full suspension without requesting a hearing as was their constitutional right,” the IAAF said in a statement.



ARAF confirmed they understood that Council would only accept their reinstatement as an IAAF member following the recommendation of the IAAF inspection team who will decide if the verification criteria have been fulfilled. ARAF confirmed they will cooperate fully and actively with the team.



Russia was banned on the recommendation of an independent commission of the World Anti-Doping Agency after it discovered systematic state-sponsored doping and cover-ups in the country.



One of the issues the Council is discussing on Thursday is the establishment of a “road map” for the Russian federation and its anti-doping authorities to follow with a view to re-instatement in time to take part in next year’s Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro.



Source: WWWN, DWN Africa.

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