World Cup 2022 Examples could be Uruguay

Uruguay’s international José María Giménez (27) threatens a long lock after his freak after his team’s heated World Cup battle with Ghana on Friday.
According to Munro Deporting, the protector of Atlético Madrid might be pulled out of blood circulation for as much as 15 games.
Despite a 2-0 success versus Ghana, Uruguay was the 3rd in Group H.
The South Americans did not have a goal to progress and since the German referee Daniel Sievert Uruguay denied a penalty at the end of the game, Giménez was hard to hold after the last whistle.
He not only insulted and cured to a TV camera, but also struck a FIFA-official with the elbow on the head throughout a pack development.
Giménez scolded clearly: This H children are a gang of burglars. Yes, relax, damn it.
The insult alone could bring Giménez a lock of three video games.
Should the referee add the elbow stroke in his game report or a special report, this could be thought about an assault.

In this case, a lock of 15 games or for a reasonable time period would be possible.


It is unclear whether the lock would only apply to international matches or extended at the club level.
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An example in a comparable case was Giménez ‘national colleague Luis Suárez, who was excluded by all football activities for three months after his freak-out at the 2014 World Cup and was for that reason not enabled to play for Uruguay or for FC Barcelona.