Punishment has been handed down against a rowdy soccer fan who deserves to be punished.
British public broadcaster ‘BBC’ reported on the 18th (Korean time) that 카지노사이트 “the Tottenham fan who hit Aaron Ramsdale has been banned from the soccer field for four years.”
In addition, the fan was ordered to do 100 hours of community service and paid 100 pounds (about 150,000 won) in compensation.
The incident occurred on January 16 in the North London derby between Tottenham and Arsenal held at Tottenham Hotspur Stadium in London, England.
After the game, a Tottenham fan in the stands burst into the stadium and kicked Ramsdale and others on the screen. Then he quickly ran away. According to what has since been known, it was found that a coin was also tossed.
Tottenham responded immediately. “We are appalled by the actions of a supporter who attempted to attack Arsenal goalkeeper Ramsdale today. Violence is unacceptable under any circumstance in football. The club reviewed CCTV footage to confirm the identity of the fan,” the statement said. “Tottenham Hotspur Stadium will be closed from now on and we will work with London Metropolitan Police, Arsenal and Ramsdale to take strong action.”
verdict came out The Tottenham fan is barred from entering the football field for the next four years. In addition, it is not possible to approach the soccer field for 4 hours before and after the game. In addition, 100 hours of community service must be completed within 12 months and a £100 reward will be paid.