Corona brings the fine to a "non-compliant" recovery

Qatar-ALSHARQIYA   August 6 : The Disciplinary Committee of the Qatar Football Association issued a warning to Al-Sadd coach Xavi Hernandez and a fine of 10,000 riyals ($ 2739) due to non-compliance with the health protocol set by the federation to resume the league after stopping due to the new Corona virus.
The official website of the Qatar Federation stated: "A warning was sent to Mr. Xavi Hernandez, the coach of Al Sadd Club, and a fine of (10,000) riyals only for non-compliance with the protocol for the precautionary measures and home quarantine and breaching the pledge signed by him."
Xavi had announced his infection with the Coruna virus last week before his team's match in Round 18 against Al-Khor, and he returned to lead his team against Al-Ahly last Monday in Round 19 after his recovery.

The committee also imposed administrative penalties on 15 players from 9 clubs also for not adhering to the special protocol.
The Football Association has been implementing a strict health protocol since the return of the league and matches on July 24, and the matches are being held without a public presence.


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