50 thousand riyals is a fine for Muhammad Al-Sahlawi, the reason is “not perfect” on “Twitter”


A fine was signed by the Discipline and Ethics Committee of the Saudi Football Association today, Thursday, on Mohammed Al-Sahlawi, the striker of the Al-Taawon team, for comments that included unethical phrases through his account on the social networking site “Twitter”.

Al-Sahlawi had responded to one of the comments with a “unethical suggestion”, after Al-Taawun lost the victory in the AFC Champions League final eighth round and left the tournament.

Al-Sahlawi launched an attack on the referee of the victory match and cooperation in the 16th round of the Asian Championship, where he tweeted on his Twitter account: “Congratulations to the referee. Al-Nasr is a great team capable of qualifying without aid.”

Al-Sahlawi’s tweet prompted Al-Nasr fans to launch a violent attack on him by responding to his tweet.

The Disciplinary Committee intervened to impose the penalty according to its regulations, as Al-Sahlawi was a professional player in a Saudi club.

The committee published on the website of the Saudi Football Association, the proof of the violation of the player Al Sahlawi and his obligation to pay a fine of 50 thousand riyals to the account of the Saudi Football Association.

The Disciplinary Committee’s decision is subject to appeal in accordance with Article 139 of the Regulations.

Al-Sahlawi spent 10 years with Al-Nasr, where he played for the Yellow World between 2009 and 2019, where he played 279 matches, scoring 131 goals.

Al-Nassr left the semi-finals of the Asian Champions League by losing on penalties to Persepolis of Iran, who climbed to the final and is waiting for the final party to be decided from the East Asia Division.


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