STJD suspends complaint process against Andreas Pereira from Flamengo

STJD suspends complaint process against Andreas Pereira from Flamengo

Santos files infringement notice against Rio team for potentially irregular midfielder squad

Reproduction/Twitter/@AlexandreVidal1/CRFAndreas Pereira did not meet mandatory quarantine for those arriving from the United Kingdom

This Wednesday, the 6th, Superior Court of Sports Justice Join process postponed flamengo and athletes andreas pereira. The decision will take place next Friday, the 8th, but was dropped from the agenda by auditor Otacilio de Arajo Neto. There is no date for the analysis of the case. process was opened by santos who sent a ‘violation notice’ to STJD against the Rio de Janeiro team for casting Andreas eight days after the player’s arrival United Kingdom For Rio de Janeiro, in games between teams Brazilian Championship, on August 28. As per Anvisa’s instructions, people traveling from England will have to compulsorily follow a 14-day quarantine, which did not happen to the athlete. According to the National Health Monitoring Agency, Andreas signed a document pledging to follow the hygiene measures.

The Attorney’s Office filed a complaint and asked that CBF Submit an epidemiological questionnaire filled out by Flamengo for Andreas’s roster in the match, and envisa submission of forms and documents completed by the athlete upon entry into Brazil. The complaint sets Flamengo under Articles 191 I, II, III of the CBJD, which stipulates a fine of R$100 to R$100 thousand for the association for failing to comply with a normative/administrative act; and Andreas in Article 258 of the CBJD, which provides for suspension from one to six rounds for “taking any conduct contrary to discipline or sporting ethics”.

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