Kieran Trippier has been banned for 10 weeks from all soccer and football-related exercise and fined £70,000 in relation to breaches of the Football Association’s betting guidelines.
The England and Atletico Madrid right-back’s suspension is efficient instantly after an investigation by an impartial regulatory fee.
Tripper denied the fees, first introduced towards him in May.
His scheduled return date of March 1, 2021 is topic to any enchantment that Trippier might launch and any subsequent appeals by the FA if the suspension is altered.
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An FA spokesperson mentioned: “Kieran Trippier has been suspended for 10 weeks and fined £70,000 following misconduct in relation to breaches of The FA’s Betting Rules.
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- Trippier suspended for 10 weeks over betting breaches
“The Atletico Madrid defender denied seven alleged breaches of FA Rule E8(1)(b), which have been mentioned to happen throughout July 2019, and requested a private listening to.
“An impartial Regulatory Commission was appointed to listen to the case, with 4 of the alleged breaches discovered confirmed and three dismissed throughout a subsequent private listening to.
“The independent Regulatory Commission’s written reasons for its decisions and the associated sanction will be published in due course.
“The suspension, which incorporates all soccer and football-related exercise, is efficient worldwide from at the moment (Wednesday 23 December 2020) following an utility to FIFA.”
Trippier's suspension will run till February 28, 2021
Trippier’s ban will rule him out of at the least 14 matches for Atletico, together with their Champions League last-16 first-leg tie towards Chelsea on February 23.
The offences are understood to have taken place in July 2019 across the time that the full-back moved to Atletico from Tottenham for a payment within the area of £20m.
Sky Sports News has contacted Trippier’s representatives for remark.
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