Shocking news!! Spanish court rejected Real Madrid appeal against Copa Del Rey elimination
Real Madrid appeal against Copa Del Rey dismissal is rejected by the Spanish courts. The 19-time champs were tossed out of the opposition for handling suspended Denis Cheryshev in the first leg of their last-32 tie with Cadiz. He scored in a 3-1 win yet was banned from an advance spell at Villarreal. Real had still been wanting to play the second leg on Wednesday, yet now acknowledge this won’t happen.
Real Madrid will not play this year’s Copa Del Rey for the Cheryshev Error:
Real Madrid appeal against their removal from the Copa Del Rey has been rejected by the Spanish courts, the Primera Division club has affirmed. Madrid was precluded from the opposition after the forward Denis Cheryshev showed up in their 3-1 first-leg win over Cádiz on 2 December when the Russia international ought to have been serving a suspension.
Danis Cheryshev, who scored the opening goal against Cádiz, got three yellow cards while playing for Villarreal in the opposition last season. Madrid instantly advanced against the choice to grant triumph in the attach to Cádiz, demanding they had not been taught of the player’s suspension, but rather that was rejected by the Spanish Football Federation‘s Appeals Committee on Thursday. Spanish Capital side then took their case to the Administrative Court for Sport (TAD), where they would have liked to get their removal temporarily suspended before one week from now’s planned Copa del Rey second legs, however, that offer has likewise the failure.
Real Madrid said on Friday evening: “The Administrative Court for Sport has rejected the application asked for by Real Madrid in regards to the choices made by the disciplinary collections of the Spanish Football Federation, in connection to the first leg of the last-32 Copa del Rey tie. The club regards the choice of the court, which implies the second-leg diversion won’t be played on the planned date. Real Madrid reports that they will continue quickly to discount tickets acquired for said match.”