Sports justice attorneys amended the complaint to Andreas Pereira, from flamingoAnd made by saints. Previously, the midfielder’s case was framed by unsportsmanlike behaviour, but now the athlete will respond under Section 191 1, 2, 3 of the CBJD for failing to comply with the obligation and the decision/decision and regulation of the Brazilian Championship.
The case will be judged on Friday. The athlete may be punished with a fine of R$100 to R$100,000.
Santos and Flamengo faced each other at Villa Belmero, on August 28, for Brazil. On this occasion, Robro Negro won 4-0, however, Andreas Pereira, the owner of one of the goals, was selected infrequently.
On the date of the match, the player had not completed the mandatory quarantine period for people who had been in the UK. The National Health Surveillance Agency (ANVISA) sets a mandatory quarantine for 14 days, however, the athlete arrived in Rio de Janeiro only eight days ago.
Check what Article 191 says:
Article 191: Non-compliance or non-compliance with: – a legal obligation; II – deliberation, decision, limitation, demand, demand or any standard or administrative action of the CNE or the Sports Administrative Entity to which it belongs or is associated with; Third – public or private organization of competition.
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