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What happened in the RPL while the national teams were playing? 7 important events

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What happened in the RPL while the national teams were playing? 7 important events

Grigory Telingater September 14, 2023, 12:15 Moscow time Audio version: Your browser does not support the audio element.

The key transfers were packaged in a separate package.

Championships in many countries were suspended for almost two weeks. During this break the national teams played; A lot happened in qualifying for Euro 2024 (more details here). And in this article we have selected key events related to RPL teams during the previous period.

1. Fakel fired Evseev and hired a new coach.

After seven rounds, Fakel was in second-to-last place with four points. Three days after the defeat against Krylia Sovetov (0-3), the coach was fired. Vadim Evseev was at that time in Moscow, learned about the dismissal by phone and was surprised by this decision. Three days later it became known that the team was headed by Sergei Tashuev, who left Akhmat less than a month ago.

Sergey Tashuev in “The Torch”

Photo: fakelfc.ru

2. Two RPL players compete for the Golden Boy award

Since 2003, the Italian website TuttoSport has organized a vote among its readers to choose the title of best young player. Two RPL footballers also participate in the Golden Boy award: Rostov defender Viktor Melekhin and Zenit defender Robert Renan. At the time of writing, more than a million people participated in the vote. Jude Bellingham is in the lead, with 512 thousand people (49%) voting for him. Melekhin has 14 votes (less than 0.1%) and Renan has 35 (also less than 0.1%).

3. Sochi postponed its home game due to bad pitch

On August 27, during the match between Sochi and Lokomotiv (0-1) at the Fisht stadium, the grass was in terrible condition. Following this, the RFU executive committee allowed the next match at this stadium to be postponed. Sochi and Spartak exchanged circles. Finally, next Saturday, September 16, the meeting will be held in Moscow, and on the 24th, on the contrary, in Sochi.

The RFU’s official statement on this matter:

The RFU approved the exchange of tours between Sochi and Spartak

4. The CDC fines Mario Fernández for celebrating a goal against CSKA

Fernández, a Zenit player, received a fine for celebrating a goal against CSKA (the specific amount was not specified). In the 88th minute of the game, the defender walked more than half the field from the bench to celebrate the winning goal with his teammates. At the same time, the committee noted that the FTC did not consider Mario’s actions to be provocative.

5. CSKA won the case against the agency in the CAS

CSKA won the case over the transfer of Nikola Vlasic in court. The Court of Arbitration for Sport (CAS) of Lausanne has rejected an appeal presented by the Olea Sports Capital agency. He wanted to recover around $1.5 million, according to a statement from CSKA’s press service.

Nikola Vlasic

Photo: Dmitry Golubovich, “Championship”

6. RPL offside lines are “imported” to Russia

In the Russian Championship the offside lines have not worked for just over a season. VAR functions, but without this element. Six months ago, the RFU said it had found a service provider, but it is still not used. The other day, RFU General Secretary Mitrofanov told “Championship” that the necessary equipment is now being imported to Russia.

7. There were many more transfers in the RPL.

The transfer market in Russia closes today, September 14. During the break for national team matches, the most notable transactions related to RPL clubs:

Wilson Isidore moved from Lokomotiv to Zenit; Magomed-Shapi Suleymanov was loaned from Krasnodar to Greek side Aris; Egor Sorokin moved from Krasnodar to Rubin for free; Junior made a transfer from Cruzeiro to “Akhmat”; “Paris NN” announced the transfer of PSG graduate Nikoloz Kutateladze; “The Wings of the Soviets” took Yegor Ushakov from CSKA, and also Mikhail Lysov and Sergei Babkin from Loko; “Dynamo”, apparently, is about to sign the transfer of the Brazilian Bitelho from Gremio.

More details about the midfielder who will replace Zakharyan:

“Dynamo” will give for the newcomer everything it received for Zakharyan! Is Bitelo worth that amount of money?

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