″Bad luck for Rui Costa, who is no longer available to represent the selection″

Rui Costa was fined by the FPF’s Disciplinary Board and Benfica showed their displeasure with the fine imposed, drawing heavy criticism of the aforementioned body.

One day after the fine imposed on Rui Costa, president of Benfica, following the statements he made after the defeat to Gil Vicente (2-1), in February, the Reds, through the club’s official newsletter, criticized the club’s disciplinary board (CD). The Portuguese Football Federation (FPF), speaking of “unspeakable esteem” by that body.

After the defeat, the Reds boss said it was “time to say enough” regarding the referees for the Eagles games. In light of these statements, he was fined 1,150 euros.

“This edition of News Benfica is dedicated to the FPF Disciplinary Board’s unspeakable appreciation in relation to Rui Costa’s comments he made after the match with Gil Vicente, in Luz. A worthless caricature of the team that makes up the Portuguese Football Federation’s Disciplinary Board, particularly notable for the decisions and assessments Antics, such as the fine on Sport Lisboa e Benfica’s president, Rui Costa, and the arguments that support it,” writes Incarnate.

“Enough with this Discipline Board! It’s time to put an end to this madness. ‘Enough,’ said Rui Costa, was accused of inciting violence. Don’t laugh dear reader, this is dangerous.) The word is part of a ‘dangerous approximation, even if surreptitious, to incite behavior.’ Violent by fans”. He has been called to reduce the penalty for FC Porto’s player, Pepe. Bad luck for Rui Costa, who is no longer available to represent the national team and who, unlike Pepe, does not have many videos posted on Youtube with assaults and other bad deeds. committed against him. Career “, criticizes the Reds and the Whites.

“Ultimately, it is the Disciplinary Board (in) itself that incurs ‘approach, even if surreptitiously, to violent conduct on the part of supporters’.” Reminiscent of Robert Louis Stevenson’s work, “The Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and mr. Hyde.”

Finally, if saying “Enough” is seen as incitement to violence, what can we say about the frequent manifestations of Bakoko regionalism, the violence on the field, the brutal behavior on the field after accidents, the stadium assistants insulting and attacking the players, the swelling of the “hanging” dolls on bridges, from strange inclinations to throw golf balls, from stones thrown at cars and buses on highways, ticket theft in Tondela, insulting opponents during festivities, coercion and intimidation of judges at Maia High Performance Central, etc., etc. “Enough! Is enough! Is enough! Is enough! Enough of disrespecting Benfica! Enough to turn Portuguese football into a joke! Enough of this disciplinary board!”, concluded Benfica in today’s newsletter.

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