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Iran’s Sadeghian handed 3-month ban for pushing ref


Iran international Payam SadeghianIran international Payam Sadeghian has been banned for three months by the country’s football association after pushing a referee who sent him off in a domestic league match.
The Perspolis attacking midfielder was incensed at a decision by Mohammad Reza Akbarian in Thursday’s match against Foolad and raced up to the referee to protest, gesticulating at the official.[eap_ad_2]
Akbarian then showed Sadeghian a red card with the 22-year-old shoving his left hand into the referee before turning away and storming off the pitch.
Iranian media said Sadeghian had also been fined for the misconduct in the 2-0 loss but was able to appeal the decision.
The player had appologised after his shove but denied claims he had used foul language towards Akbarian. (supersport.com)[eap_ad_3]

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