Hernandez disqualification: Figc opens file, what Milan full-back risks

Theo Hernandez – Samu Castillejo (photo Lapresse)

Hernandez disqualification: the FIGC has opened a file against the Milan full-back for comments on social networks against the referee Easter

For Milan, the defeat against Napoli not only reduced the distance against a direct rival in the race for the Champions League but also further aggravated the staffing problems. The Rossoneri decimated by injuries will also have to do without Ante Rebic, expelled and disqualified for two days for insults against referee Fabrizio Pasqua.

The match with the Neapolitans was at high tension for many Milan players, disappointed by the penalty for a foul by Bakayoko not awarded by the VAR on the final and the non-expulsion of Di Lorenzo. In addition to Rebic, whose disqualification could be reduced after AC Milan’s appeal, Gigio Donnarumma was fined € 10,000 for railing against the Napoli bench and even Theo Hernandez now risks disqualification for some comments made on social networks.

Hernandez disqualification: how many days does the Frenchman risk

Theo Hernandez among his Instagram Stories has published an Easter photo with some emoticons whose meaning is obviously that of disgust. The image was deleted shortly after sharing but did not go unnoticed. Today the public prosecutor of the FIGC has opened a file on the issue that could lead to a fine or even disqualification. In the second case, the French full-back may have to sit in the stands for no less than 2 days.


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