State Duma deputy Svishchev said that Karpin needs to choose his expressions
State Duma deputy Dmitry Svishchev criticized the head coach of Rostov and the Russian national team Valery Karpin for words about morons, said by a specialist after the match of the 17th round of the Russian Premier League (RPL) against Moscow CSKA. TASS reports this.
According to the deputy, the coach must choose his expressions, since many people are looking at him. “He definitely must be punished according to the regulations, and the stadium is responsible for preparing the field. The conducting party was negligent, they should also be punished for poor preparation of the football field,” added Svishchev.
On December 7, the Control and Disciplinary Committee of the Russian Football Union decided to disqualify Karpin for two matches, one of which was suspended.
On December 3, Karpin criticized the holding of the match in heavy snow. “Ask the person who decided to play football. You have to be a moron to play in this weather,” he said.
The meeting between CSKA and Rostov was in jeopardy due to the snowfall that covered the capital, but the refereeing team decided to hold the game. The match ended in victory for the hosts with a score of 2:0. Fedor Chalov and Victor Mendez scored goals.
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