Former head of Spartak Chervichenko: Russia needs its own analogue of CAS, there is no truth in Europe
KAZAN, February 2 – RIA Novosti, Vadim Kuznetsov. Andrey Chervichenko, former head of Spartak Moscow, told RIA Novosti that Russia’s Court of Arbitration for Sport (CAS) should consider creating its own analogue.
On Thursday, Zenit sent a request to CAS to approve the Russian Football Union’s (RFU) Appeals Committee’s decision to disqualify players following the fight against Spartak Moscow in the Russian Cup match.
“It would be interesting to understand why Quincy Promes, the main instigator of this whole fight, was not punished. It seems that Zenit is trying to understand this story with the outline of this. It is not clear why Alexander Selikhov was punished, although Promes was the main provocateur Punishment is unreasonable “Does not correspond to the degree of involvement of one and the second . It’s unfair for Promes to go unpunished,” said the former head of Spartak.
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