Ian Davidson: Wraith Rovers defender banned from four matches due to discriminatory language towards Inverness player Nikolai Todorov | football news


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Wraith Rovers defender Ian Davidson has been suspended for four matches for using discriminatory language towards Inverness Caledonian Thistle striker Nikolai Todorov, with half of the ban suspended pending further fouls and the 37-year-old has been told to complete the FIFA e-Learn course before playing again, Davidson was sent off in the Scottish Championship match in March after 11 minutes after a major challenge to Todoroff, who then made a comment towards him, and Todoroff, who was also originally accused of “ excessive misconduct, ” later made it. He was found not guilty as Inverness said his behavior was “exemplary despite extreme provocation, racial abuse and violence to which he was subjected” PICTURE: The incident took place during a match between Wraith and Inverness in March, and a statement by Wraith said: “The outcome of the hearing was confirmed Hearing disciplinary rovers player Ian Davidson. ” With two of these suspenders), and they will also have to complete the FIFA e-learning course before playing again. “The club accepted the committee’s decision in full.” Picture: Inverness striker Nikolai Todorov was acquitted of “excessive misconduct” in connection with the incident Inverness welcomed the referee, issuing a statement of his own saying: “Inverness Caledonian Thistle is pleased that our player Nikolai Todorov received a notice of complaint against him was dismissed by the Saudi Sports for All Committee. Today. ”Todorov has been charged with Disciplinary Rule 202: No player will commit excessive misconduct in a match related to our match against Wraith Rovers on March 16, 2021 and we are pleased that the charge has been rejected by the committee. “When Nikolai was indicted for the first time in April, the club was committed to firmly defending Nikolai from the allegations. We also believed that Nikolai’s behavior on the 16th of March was absolutely exemplary despite the extreme provocation, racist abuse and violence he was subjected to.” The club would also like to record our thanks to Aamir Anwar, who represented Nikolai in court. The club will not make any further comment at this time. “Hate Won’t Stop Us Sky Sports is committed to making skysports.com and our social media channels a place for comment and discussion free from hate, hate and profanity. For more information, please visit: www.skysports.com/hatewontstopus if you see a response to Sky Sports posts and / Or content with expressions of hate based on race, color, gender, nationality, race, disability, religion, gender, age or class, please copy the URL to the hateful post or capture it from the screen and send an email to us here.


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