Krasic will face TV trial

Posted on 25/10/2010


Juventus’ Milos Krasic has moved closer to being banned after his alleged dive against Bologna was deferred to the disciplinary commission.

The Serbian winger won his side a controversial penalty, which was subsequently missed by Vincenzo Iaquinta, in yesterday’s 0-0 draw.

The incident was expected to be examined by the authorities via TV evidence and that has now been confirmed.

A decision will be made at some stage on Tuesday and the player could be banned for two games – which would see him miss Saturday’s San Siro clash against Milan.

In October 2005, Ivica Illiev was suspended for three games when he won a fake penalty for Messina against Ascoli.

In April 2007, Adriano was handed a two-match ban for simulating to net a penalty and, later that year, Napoli’s Marcelo Zalayeta was stopped for two matches for earning a spot-kick versus Juve. 

Source: Football-Italia

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