Tuesday , September 27 2022

Chosen: Marco Rossi is twice banned from UEFA


The national federal captain of a Hungarian man justified the disciplinary committee of the European Federation because he played unspoken behavior during and after the League of Nations in Greece and Hungary. An Italian professional, despite a two-way suspension, can not sit on the bench only in the match against Estonia – the MLS website has announced.

Rossi can be on the bench next to Finn (Photo: mlsz.hu)

The UEFA Disciplinary Commission for the first time banned the captain of the Hungarian National Federation for 3 matches. On the initiative of the MLSW, the Panel personally listened to this today Marco Rossit, and the degree of disqualification has been changed from three to two matches, the suspension of the second game suspension has been suspended for a year. The decision was made by the federal captain and the MLSW.

– As I said earlier and today to the committee members, I sincerely regret the events He said Marco Rossi. "Especially because I never intended to defend the judge. My feelings, my passion, can often swallow me during the match, and that is not the right thing. I would like to change that in the future.

The preparation program remains unchanged: the training sessions and lessons directed by Marco Rossi. Disciplinary punishment prevents you from being on the bench or in contact with the team during the match against Estonia.

– In our preparations, today's decision will not change. I have the maximum confidence in my team, so I will do everything in my power to make the best possible result during my next Thursday. At the same time, I want to encourage our supporters to come to Group Arena so that, in my forced absence, I encourage more people and louder to support the team – said the captain.

Against Estonia on November 15 from 20.45, against Finland on November 18, also from 20.45. In the men's A-team in Budapest, Arena Group.

League of Nations


November 15th on Thursday

20.45: Greece-Finland
20.45: Budapest, Groupama Arena, HUNGARY-Esztorszag
November 18, Sunday
20.45: Budapest, Groupama Arena, HUNGARY-Finnorszag
20.45: Greece-Estonia

1. Finland 4 4 5-0 +5 12
2. Greece 4 2 2 3-4 -1 6
3. HUNGARY 4 1 1 2 5-6 -1 4
4. Estonia 4 1 3 3-6 -3 1

Goalkeepers: Denes Dibusz (Ferencvaros), Peter Gulacsi (RB Lepizig), Adam Kovacsik (Mol Vidi FC)
Defenders: Botond Barat (Budapest Honved), Atila Fiola (Mol vidi FC), Tamas Kadar (Dynamo Kyiv), Hapoel Beer Sheva, Adam Lang (CFR Cluj), Gergo Lovrencsics (Ferencvaros), Orban Villi (RB Leipzig ), Vinicius (Mol Vidi FC)
Midfield: (Mol Vidi FC), Adam Nagi (Bologna), Matthias Patkai (Mol Vidi FC)
Attack: Balazs Dzsudzsak (Al-Ittihad Kalba), Holender Filip (Honved), Dominik Nagi (Legia Warsaw), Sallai Roland (Freiburg), Adam Szalai (Hoffenheim), Roland Ugras (Atromitos), Roland Varga Ferencvaros)


Goalkeepers: Mihael Aksalu (Seinajoki JK), Marko Meerits (Vaasa Palloseura), Sergei Lepmec (Levadija Talin)
Defense: Taito Tennis (Brann Bergen), Gert Kams (Flora Tallinn), Ken Kallaste (Korona Kielce), Nikita Baranov (Sogndal), Artur Pikk (Legnica Miedz), Joonas Tamm (Sarpsborg 08), Madis Vihmann (Flora Tallinn), Artyom Artjun (Etar Veliko Tarnovo)
Midfielders and Attacks: Henrik Anier (FC Lahti), Ilja Antonov (FC Hermannstadt), Siim Luts (FK Teplice), Henrik Ojamaa (FC Teplice), Sander Puri (Waterford FC), Sergei Zenev (Krakow), Ats Purje Bosch), Artem Dmitriev (FC Lahti), Brent Lepistu (Kristiansund BK), Marek Kaljumae (PS Kemi), Rauno Sappinen (FC Den Bosch)

Goalkeepers: Lukas Hradecki (Baier Leverkusen – Germany), Jesse Joronen (FC Copenhagen – Denmark), Anssi Jaakkola (Reading – England)
Defense: Paulus Arajuuri (Brondby – Denmark), Albin Granlund (Orebro – Sweden), Thomas Lam (PEC Zvolle – Netherlands), Markus Halsti (Esbjerg – Denmark), Janne Saksela (Sparta Rotterdam – Netherlands), Sauli Vaisanen (Crotone – Italy ) Joona Toivio (Hacken – Sweden), Jere Uronen (Genk – Belgium), Juha Pirinen (HJK)
Midfield: Tim Burton (Minnesota United – USA, MLS), Tim Sparv (Midtjilland – Denmark), Robert Tailor (Fredrik Jensen (FC Augsburg – Germany), Petteri Forsell (MKS Miedz Legnica – Poland) (Tromsø – Norway), Piri Soiri Vacker – Austria), Simon Skrabb (IFK Norrkoping – Sweden), Robin Lod (Sporting Gijon – Spain)
Attack: Jasse Tuominen (BATE Borisov – Belarus), Eero Markkanen (Dalkurd – Sweden), Teemu Pukki (Norwich City – England)

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