Former FC Bayern: punishment against Ribery

Franck Ribéry's Emotional Goodbye at FC Bayern

The appellate court of the Italian Football Association Figc has repealed the dot deduction for Salerna Calcio, the club of Franck Ribéry, who played for years at Bayern for years.

The club had been deducted three points because due to numerous Coronafalen in the squad did not travel to the league match on December 21 to Udine. Salernana had been prohibited from the local health authorities.

However, the league had refused to move the game as the club still had enough players in the squad, the reasoning was. A Ribérys funnel had then rejected an appeal of Salernitana. The game was counted with 0: 3 from the view of Salernitana.

There was also a point deduction for the no-show for Salernitana. The Court of Appeal was the situation differently and gave Salernana’s appeal. The game against Udinese should now be made up.

Table deadline Salernitana now has 13 instead of 12 points after 23 games. Udine has three meters less and is slipped with 24 points in the table for a rank of # 15 slipped.

On Monday evening, Salernitana had fired his coach Stefano Colantuono. As succession candidates, Fabio Liverani, who recently trained Parma Calcio, and the unusingly Claudio Ranieri.

Even ex-Juventus coach Andrea Pirlo is considered a candidate. Salernana was acquired by the entrepreneur Danilo Iervolino in January, which is now in office as President of the Southern Italian Club.