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Celtic defender Boli Bolingoli dealing with five-match ban for breaking COVID-19 guidelines however ‘Aberdeen Eight’ keep away from speedy punishment


Shamed Celtic defender Boli Bolingoli has been suspended for no less than three matches for a breach of coronavirus guidelines.

Nonetheless, the ‘Aberdeen Eight’ have prevented any speedy punishment for a breach of COVID-19 protocols.

Bolingoli flew to Spain and back without telling Celtic

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Bolingoli flew to Spain and again with out telling Celtic

Eight Aberdeen players, including Hayes, have been given a slightly more lenient punishment


Eight Aberdeen gamers, together with Hayes, have been given a barely extra lenient punishment

The Dons gamers have been given three-match bans following a Scottish Soccer Affiliation disciplinary listening to. However the suspensions will solely be invoked in the event that they break the identical rules they have been charged with earlier than the tip of February.

Bolingoli has been hit with a five-match ban, two video games of that are suspended till the tip of February.

The Belgian left-back flew to Spain and again with out telling Celtic then did not quarantine himself for 14 days as required, earlier than enjoying in opposition to Kilmarnock 5 days later. The Scottish champions had their subsequent two video games postponed.

Bolingoli has not featured since and is unlikely to be concerned within the weeks following his three-game ban after supervisor Neil Lennon revealed he and the defender’s team-mates have been ‘furious’ over his actions.

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Bolingoli and eight Aberdeen gamers – Jonny Hayes, Scott McKenna, Sam Cosgrove, Craig Bryson, Bruce Anderson, Dylan McGeouch, Matty Kennedy and Michael Devlin – have been accused of two offences: one among failing to adjust to SFA rules and one other of bringing the sport into disrepute.

Aberdeen had three video games postponed after the eight gamers have been instructed to self-isolate after two examined optimistic for Covid-19 following an evening out at a bar.

They have been fined and reprimanded by their membership and Dons boss Derek McInnes argued on Thursday evening that they’d been punished sufficient after additionally being subjected to widespread criticism.

Aberdeen have gained three consecutive video games since getting gamers again from self-isolation and have prevented a mass suspension of gamers forward of their Scottish Premiership conflict with Hibernian on Sunday.

McInnes welcomed the decision for his gamers.

“We’re glad with the result of the SFA disciplinary listening to,” he mentioned on the membership’s web site.

“As I mentioned beforehand, the gamers have had their punishment, each from the membership and by way of public sentiment, and I’m grateful we are able to all now transfer on from this matter.

“We’ve got an necessary recreation to organize for on Sunday and I’m happy for my gamers that they will now solely give attention to making an attempt to win a recreation of soccer.”

The Scottish soccer authorities promised the Scottish Authorities it will strengthen penalties for such breaches after First Minister Nicola Sturgeon warned the sport risked shedding its privileges within the wake of the incidents.

Aberdeen and Celtic additionally face separate disciplinary motion from the Scottish Skilled Soccer League, though few particulars have been launched on that case.


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