Sanctions: two games against Unai Emery and one against Bordalás

The Villarreal coach was sent off for protesting to the referee in the changing room tunnel after finishing the game. The Getafe coach faced a rival.


The Competition Committee of the Spanish Football Federation (RFEF) imposed two sanction matches on Wednesday against Villarreal coach, Unai Emery, and one against Getafe, José Bodarlás, both expelled during matchday 23 with a direct red card.

In the case of Emery, the two matches are due to an attitude of contempt or disregard for the referees, according to Competition, after being sent off at the end of Villarreal-Betis (1-2) for protesting.

According to the arbitration report, "once the match was over, the Villarreal coach was told that he was expelled for waiting in the dressing room tunnel at our entrance, gesturing and addressing us in the following terms: 'it's always against us , we have bad luck, but it is always against us', all this repeatedly ".

In the last play of the match there was a foul in favor of Villarreal, which the referee punished, although in that play a shot by the local team ended in a goal that did not rise to the scoreboard.

In the case of Bordalás, Competition imposes a sanction match for conduct contrary to good sporting order, after the referee act of Getafe-Real Sociedad (0-1) reflected that he was expelled in the 90th minute for "leaving the area technique, entering the field of play, to face a player of the opposing team ".

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