Game between Lusitano de Évora and Amora marked by controversy
Photography: Reproduction / Facebook by Amora
October 06, 2019 at 23:50
Will present a presentation to the FPF Disciplinary Board
Lusitano de Évora will present an exhibition to the FPF Disciplinary Board, following Saturday's incidents in Évora during the match against Amora. The Alentejo team complains of acts of racism towards Mabuza. The South African right-back has allegedly been the victim of racist acts by the cheerleading club. The disagreements on the bench affect Amora even forced the elements of PSP to ask for reinforcements, being forced to intervene and identify several supporters, without, however, having made any arrest, according to a police source.
The match between Lusitano and Amora was marked by incidents outside the pitch with contempt involving the Amora cheerleader. Almost at the end of the contest, already in the period of compensation, the Algarve judge Carlos Cabral annulled a goal to Amora's eleven, who protested and further warmed the amorous fans who later turned to the referee.
For safety reasons, the referee team only left the venue after 7 pm, more than two hours after the end of the match, escorted by a car uncharacterized by security forces.
Meanwhile, Lusitano de Évora will soon announce the new coach after the departure of Duarte Machado. On Saturday it was the assistant coach Rafael Carvalho to guide the team.