The professional football prosecutor is not going to investigate Oussama Tannane for his tirade in the away match of Vitesse against ADO Den Haag (0-2). The attacker received two yellow cards in a few seconds on Sunday for comment on the lead.
At the end of the first half, 26-year-old Tannane angrily turned to referee Richard Martens, because he did not receive a free kick. The attacker had to pay for his anger with yellow and then called the arbiter “crazy”.
That immediately earned him a second yellow card and therefore red. After that, Tannane repeatedly said “crazy” and “clown” in Martens’ face.
There was a chance that the disciplinary committee would start a case against Tannane, because he still misbehaved after his red card. However, the prosecution leaves it at this, so that the Moroccan international only has to stand aside for one match.
Tannane talked to on Monday WE all through the dust for his behavior. “This has been a good learning moment for me. I now only look ahead and want to continue the good game and be important for Vitesse.”
Vitesse awaits a home game against PSV on Sunday without Tannane (kick-off 2.30 p.m.). The team from Arnhem started the Eredivisie season well and are in third place after five rounds with twelve points, one less than leader PSV.
Oussama Tannane called referee Richard Martens ‘crazy’ and ‘clown’. (Photo: Pro Shots)
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