Al-Qadisiya Vice President receives a stadium ban until the end of season

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Sheikh Fahd Talal Al-Fahd

KUWAIT CITY, Feb 12: The Football Association’s Disciplinary Committee has taken strict actions against individuals associated with Al-Qadisiya Club following the controversial events during the semi-finals of the Amir Cup. Vice President Sheikh Fahd Talal Al-Fahd faces a stadium ban until the end of the season along with a 10,000 dinars fine. Additionally, Al-Qadisiya Club itself incurs a 10,000 dinars fine.

Further sanctions include Saud Abu Al-Hassan, Head of the Marketing Committee, receiving a stadium ban until season-end and a 2,000 dinars fine. Muhammad Al-Awadi, a member of the Al-Qadisiya General Assembly, is prohibited from entering stadiums for a year. Faisal Abu Al-Hassan, the club’s aquatics director, faces a stadium ban until the season concludes along with a 2,000 dinars fine.

The Disciplinary Committee justified these penalties by citing the events surrounding the Al-Qadisiya versus Al-Arabi match during the Amir Cup semi-finals, emphasizing that they were deemed insults to the sports system in Kuwait. The committee referenced Articles 61, 70, and 79 of the Disciplinary Regulations as the basis for these actions.

In a separate incident, Al-Qadisiya manager Abdullah Al-Haqqan is forbidden from accompanying the team for two matches, coupled with a 500 dinars fine, due to his remarks directed at the refereeing team during the Amir Cup quarter-finals against Al-Fahaheel.

Additional fines were imposed on Kuwait Club coach Nabil Maaloul, who received a 500 dinars penalty for verbal abuse against the referee.Firas Al-Khatib, was also given a 1,000 dinars fine and a two-match suspensionfor similar actions. Hussein Al-Asfour, the director of professionalism in Al-Fahaheel, also received disciplinary measures.

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