UEFA has suspended Romanian fourth official, Sebastian Coltescu, till the tip of the season.
This follows Coltescu’s involvement within the sending off of Istanbul Basaksehir assistant coach Pierre Webo, which led to gamers strolling off in a Champions League sport.
The match at Paris Saint-Germain in December was stopped after 13 minutes following an argument on the touchline over the pink card proven to Webo and solely restarted the next day after the 4 Romanian officers had been changed.
Webo claimed Coltescu had disrespected him by referring to him as “the Black one” and an investigation was launched by European soccer’s governing physique.
UEFA stated in an announcement on Monday that Coltescu had been suspended for “inappropriate behaviour throughout a UEFA match for which he was appointed” and had been ordered to “attend an academic programme earlier than June 30 2021.”
Assistant referee Octavian Sovre was additionally reprimanded for his position and ordered to attend an academic programme earlier than June 30.
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