Iraola, two games suspended

He was expelled against Mallorca. According to the referee's act, he addressed the referee "leaving the bench protesting, in an angry and ostensible way, with his arms raised."

Andoni Iraola, coach of Rayo Vallecano, has been sanctioned with two suspension matches by the Competition Committee of the Spanish Football Federation (RFEF), after being sent off in the match against Mallorca.

According to the arbitration report, Iraola was expelled in the 74th minute for addressing the referee "leaving the bench protesting, angrily and ostensibly, with his arms raised" one of his decisions.

For the same reason, José Manuel Ramón 'Monchi', goalkeeper coach for Leganés, has also been sanctioned with two games.Likewise, Víctor Andrés Meseguer (Mirandés), Mikel Iribas (Fuenlabrada), Pierre Cornud (Sabadell), Pablo Clavería (Cartagena), José Luis Muñoz (Málaga), David López (Espanyol) must serve a penalty game ), Alejandro Arribas (Oviedo), José María Amo (Ponferradina), Leonardo Acevedo (Logroñés) .

For a double warning, Unai Bustinza (Leganés) has been sanctioned with a match; and by violence, also with a party, Álvaro Arroyo (Albacete) and Javier Hernández (Leganés) .

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