Trapani, blow to Crimi: appeal rejected, four-match suspension confirmed

He will not start the 2024/25 season regularly Marco Crimi: the Trapani midfielder, in fact, will still have to serve a further ban, specifically two matches. The player had been stopped by the sports judge for four effective days after the first leg of the Serie D Scudetto match semi-final and now the third section of the Sports Court of Appeal has rejected the Sicilian club’s complaint against the sanction which will therefore have to be served in toto (one day already served in the second leg semi-final and another in the final, but the last two will fall on next season).

Here is the device:
“THE SPORTS COURT OF APPEAL III SECTION composed of Messrs: Patrizio Leozappa – President Agostino Chiappiniello – Member (rapporteur) Sebastiano Zafarana – Member Giuseppe Gualtieri – Representative of the AIA in the hearing set for 14 June 2024, held by videoconference following the complaint no. 0342/CSA/2023-2024, proposed by the company FC Trapani 1905 srl on 06.07.2024 against the sanction of disqualification for 4 actual match days inflicted on the player Marco Crimi, in relation to the Calcio Caldiero Terme/FC Trapani match 1905; pronounced the following DECISION Rejects the complaint in the epigraph. Orders the communication to the party by certified e-mail”.