FIFA made a final ruling that Swiss players Zaka, Shaqiri will be fined + verbal warnings, but they will not be banned. This air jordan 11 blackout
result is undoubtedly a great news for the aspirational Swiss team.
In the second round of the Group E match in the Russian World Cup group match, the Swiss team suffered from Serbia, which also came from Europe. At the Kaliningrad Stadium, the "crusaders" 2-1 reversed to win. In balenciaga sneaker damen
this game, the players who scored goals for Switzerland were Zaka and Shaqiri respectively. Both of them took the same celebration after breaking the door. Both of them put their hands on their chests. One represents the image of Albania's "double-headed eagle." The reason why Zaka and Shaqili made this celebration was because both of them have Kosovo lineage, and it is precisely because the area is a whirlpool center. Albania and Serbia have deep historical grudges.
Zach was born in Switzerland, but his parents used to be Albanians who lived in Kosovo. His father even went to Serbia for three years because of political problems. To this day, Zach’s brother Tolant - Zarqa is still an Albanian national. Sakiri was born in the city of Kiran in Kosovo. His parents were from Kosovo and Albania. In the 4th year, Shaqiri moved to Switzerland with his family. Therefore, both Zakaria and Shakti have a very strong Kosovo complex. It is not difficult to understand that after scoring the goal in Serbia, they celebrated the goal with the "double-headed eagle".
However, FIFA has historically opposed the inclusion of any politically-intensive elements in football matches. Therefore, FIFA started investigations on them after Zachka and Sacchi had cheered on the goals in a “double-headed eagle” celebration. National media also generally believe that Zaka, Shaqiri will be punished by the FIFA Disciplinary Committee, because according to the rules of discipline established by FIFA, “any player who provokes public political emotions in the game will Get a severe punishment for two bans." As a result, media reports recently stated that Zarqa and Sacchi, the two Swiss nationals, are very likely to be punished by heavy fines for two matches. For this reason, the head of the Swiss Football Association specifically pleads for two people and hopes that FIFA will lightly postpone it.
On Monday, FIFA made a final decision after investigating the ceremonies of the celebrations of Zaka and Shaqiri. The two were fined 10,000 Swiss francs respectively and all received verbal warnings. The Swiss captain Lichsteiner was obviously very unlucky because he was just "participating" in the celebration of the goals of Zach and Shakti and was also fined by FIFA by 5,000 Swiss francs. Fortunately, the above-mentioned three core players will all be able to compete in the third round of Group E against Costa Rica in Switzerland. As long as they do not lose, the Crusaders will surely advance to the next knockout stage.