The Atlético de Madrid player Kieran Trippier could be disabled for violating the betting rules of the English Football Federation (FA). As revealed by the Daily Mail, the winger has been accused of misconduct for allegedly breaking this regulation in July 2019, month in which he was transferred from Tottenham to Atlético.Trippier has until May 18 to present allegations. In case of being found guilty and given that you are playing in Spain, the English Federation could ask FIFA for an extension of the penalty to be imposed on all competitions worldwide.The case would be similar to that of Daniel Sturridge, an English striker who was sanctioned with four months of disqualification and a € 171,000 fine for having told his brother to bet on his transfer to Seville. in January 2018. Although in the end this transfer did not take place and the player ended up on loan at West Bromwich Albion, it could be shown that he provided information to his brother and others known to bet on insurance. The accusation against Trippier could also be related to his transfer to Atlético. Sources close to the footballer pointed out: “He has told us that he is calm because he has done nothing wrong. It seems ridiculous that someone tries to link you to something like that. You will collaborate on everything to clarify it as soon as possible. He is sure that time will make things clear. “The Federation regulations are exhaustive: anyone who participates in the Premier League, the English Football League, the National League and the women’s Super League, as well as those who perform in clubs in the North, South and Isthmian leagues, They are prohibited from betting on football or related matters.
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