Soccer-UEFA bans former Qarabag official for racist behaviour

UEFA said in a statement that its Control, Ethics and Disciplinary Body had decided to ban Nurlan Ibrahimov, who was the club's press oficer, from exercising any football-related activity for life. It had also fined Qarabag 100,000 euros ($118,990) and requested that FIFA extend worldwide the life ban.

Reuters | Updated: 26-11-2020 19:25 IST | Created: 26-11-2020 19:25 IST
Soccer-UEFA bans former Qarabag official for racist behaviour

UEFA has banned a former official of Azerbaijani side Qarabag for life for incidents of a non-sporting nature and racist behaviour on social media, European soccer's governing body said on Thursday. UEFA said in a statement that its Control, Ethics and Disciplinary Body had decided to ban Nurlan Ibrahimov, who was the club's press oficer, from exercising any football-related activity for life.

It had also fined Qarabag 100,000 euros ($118,990) and requested that FIFA extend worldwide the life ban. ($1 = 0.8404 euros)

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