Iranian footballer fined and suspended for hugging fan –

World. – Hossein Hosseini, goalkeeper of Tehran’s Esteghlal, was suspended and fined for hugging a fan after the end of a football match in which he participated. The punishment was imposed by the Iranian Football Federation with a one-match suspension and the payment of a fine of 4,600 dollars, the match will have to pay for the comments he made to the media after being sanctioned on April 17 to pay the fine for hugging the fan. “I will pay these 300 million tomanes (fraction of the rial) without any problem for that fan,” the player told the media. It all started on the twelfth of April when, at the end of the match between Aluminium Arak and Esteghlal (0-1), a woman jumped onto the pitch and reached Hosseini, whom she briefly hugged. After the hug, an argument began between the international with the Iranian national team and the security of the match, as can be seen in videos of the match. As Hosseini walked off the pitch accompanied by security, fans shouted “cheeky.” Hossein Hosseini fined nearly $5,000 and suspended by the Iranian Football Federation after hugging a woman at an Iranian League match. The’s favorite culture— Captain Bitcoin (@CapitanBitcoin) April 23, 2024The Iranian Football Federation’s disciplinary committee said on April 17 that the goalkeeper had to pay a fine of 3 billion riyals (about $4,600) for the hug, which the player received with apparent disgust, according to Iranian media.

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