STJD postpones complaint proceedings against Flamengo’s Andreas Pereira

STJD postpones complaint proceedings against Flamengo's Andreas Pereira

Santos has filed a violation notice against Rio for the possible presence of an irregular midfielder

clone/twitter/@AlexandreVidal1/CRFAndreas Pereira did not meet the mandatory quarantine for people coming from the UK

This Wednesday, the sixth, Supreme Court of Sports Justice order operation involving flamingo and the athlete Andreas Pereira. The verdict will be issued next Friday, the eighth, but it was removed from the agenda by auditor Otacílio de Araújo Neto. There is no time to analyze the case. The process has already been opened Santos who sent a “Violation Notice” to STJD against Rio de Janeiro for sending Andreas eight days after the player arrived from United kingdom To Rio de Janeiro, in the match between the two teams Brazilian Championship, on August 28. According to Anvisa’s instructions, travelers from England must comply with a mandatory 14-day quarantine, which did not happen to the athlete. According to the National Health Surveillance Agency, Andreas signed a document pledging to comply with health measures.

The Public Prosecutor’s Office has submitted a complaint and is requesting cuff Submission of the epidemiological questionnaire that Flamengo filled out for Andreas’ roster for the match, and Anvisa’s submission of the forms and documents completed by the athlete upon entering Brazil. The complaint defines Flamengo under Section 191 I, II, and III of the CBJD, which sets a fine of R$100 to R$100,000 on the association for failing to comply with a normative/administrative act; And Andreas in Section 258 of the CBJD, which provides for a suspension from one to six rounds “for committing any conduct contrary to discipline or ethics for the sport.”

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