On Friday, the Supreme Court of Sports Justice (STJD) accepted the prosecution’s complaint against Andreas Pereira and flamingo for not complying with the player’s stone, Who took the field on August 28, against Santos. Thus, they have been summoned to the instruction and judgment session that will take place next Friday, 10:30 a.m., at the STJD’s plenary session.
Thus, Andreas was denounced in Article 258 of the CBJD (Brazilian Code of Sports Justice), which relates to “the taking of any conduct contrary to sports discipline or morals not provided for by other rules of this Code”.
Otherwise, this Article provides for a suspension of one to six matches as a penalty. However, the agency may choose to warn “if the offense is of minor severity.”
On the other hand, Flamengo has been denounced in Article 191 of the CBJD (Brazilian Code of Sports Justice) and can pay a fine of up to R$100,000. Likewise, the penalty can be substituted “from a fine to a warning if the offense is of minor severity.”
Understand the issue
On September 11, Anfisa issued an official memo demanding the punishment of Andreas Pereira, of Flamengo. The agency revealed that it was aware of the midfielder’s line-up for the match against Santos at Villa Belmeiro, which was held on August 28.
However, Andreas arrived in Brazil on the 20th, therefore, he should have fulfilled the 14-day period of quarantine, according to Brazilian health regulations. Below, see Anvisa’s note:
“In the case of the player Andreas Pereira, of Flamengo, the press informed Anfisa that the player was selected and played for Santos, on 28/08.
In this case, the player entered Brazil on 08/20 and also filled out a TCSV, with the obligation to comply with the health measures set out in Decree 655/21, including a mandatory 14-day quarantine, having passed through the UK in the last 14 days before Entering Brazil.
In light of the facts, Anvisa notified the local CIEVS to take appropriate health measures, in order to punish the player and others involved in organizing the match, without prejudice to the assessment of civil, administrative and criminal liability of those involved. . “
It is worth emphasizing what was stated in Order No. 655/21 mentioned above. Because Andreas Pereira has Brazilian citizenship, he is a Brazilian who “regularly entered Brazil and had to comply with health measures at the destination.”
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