The FA has charged Brentford striker Ivan Tony with an eight-month ban for 232 breaches of betting rules. Don’t get involved in football until mid-January next year, but can start training in September.
The Football Association ( FA) has issued a sanction for Brentford striker Ivan Tonyy in the Premier League. Banned from UFABET football, both club and national team, for eight months. Along with a fine of £ 50,000 or about 2.1 million baht. For 232 violations of betting rules between February 2017 and January 2021.
The 27-year-old striker has been under investigation for seven months for gambling. At the time of the alleged breach of that rule He has played for Scunthorpe, Wigan Athletic, Peterborough and Brentford, with 30 charges added between 2017 and 2019 in total. It was 262 times, but in the end, the last accusation was withdrawn. Which was the last disciplinary action of the FA .
A statement from England said: ” Ivan Tonyy has been suspended from all football and football-related activity. with immediate effect for eight months. Valid until 16 January 2024, with a fine of £50,000 and a warning against his future conduct for breaching the FA’s betting rules, with the Brentford striker charged with breaching the rules. Article E8 totaled 262 breaches between 25 February 2017 and 23 January 2021. The FA subsequently withdrew 30 breaches and he admitted the remaining 232 breaches.
From such punishment noble people center. He will not be able to play for the Bees and England until 16 January 2024. But he will be allowed back into training with the Bees from 17 September before his release . Banned for about 4 months, while the player himself has not yet come out to comment on this matter.
Tony ‘s agency Brentford said they were awaiting a written announcement of the reason for the sanctions from the independent supervisory board. And it will be checked before considering the next steps on what to do in this case. After the player had 2 more years left on his contract with the team, the last game before being banned occurred in the 0-1 defeat to Liverpool on Saturday