STJD amends Andreas Pereira’s complaint and the athlete may pay a fine of up to R$100,000

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The Attorney for Sports Justice modified the complaint to Andreas Pereira, from flamengohandjob made by saints. Previously, the midfielder’s case was implicated in non-player-like conduct, but now the athlete will respond by Article 191 I, II, III of the CBJD for failing to comply with the Brazilian Championship obligation, resolution/determination and regulation .

The matter will come up for hearing this Friday. The athlete may be punished with a fine ranging from R$100 to 100,000.

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Santos and Flamengo faced each other at Villa Belmiro for Brasileirao on 28 August. On this occasion, Rubro-Negro won 4–0. However, Andreas Pereira, the author of a goal, was randomly selected.

On the date of the match, the player had not yet completed the mandatory quarantine period for people living in the UK. The National Health Surveillance Agency (ANVSA) sets a mandatory 14-day quarantine, however, as the athlete had arrived in Rio de Janeiro eight days earlier.

See what Article 191 says:

Art. 191. Failure to comply, or impeding compliance: I – a legal obligation; II – deliberation, resolution, determination, requirement, request or any regulatory or administrative act of the CNE or the Sports Administration Unit to which it is affiliated or connected; III – Regulation of competition, general or special.

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