- Soetrich player has been slammed with a five-year ban for biting an opponent's manhood
- The carpark fight that led to the incident occurred after a local league match in France
- The victim player was also handed a six-month ban for his role in the fight despite requiring 10 stitches to treat his wound
A Soetrich footballer in the local French league has been handed a five-year suspension for biting his opponent's manhood during a carpark brawl that ensued after a local game clash between Terville and Soetrich.
According to a local report from easter French, the fight ensued with two players from both sides locked in fist brawl after the game which ended in a terrible stalemate.
With the tension getting escalated, a player reportedly burst into the middle of the wrestling men only to be the ultimate victim from the receiving end of the fight as one of the warring players turned to him and gave hins manhood a deep bite.
The victim was left in agony and quickly rushed to the hospital where the injury was attended to with ten stitches, after which he took a four-day leave from work.
Subsequently, the attacking Soetrich footballer was dragged into the disciplinary committee where he was handed a five-year ban.
The injured Terville player was also handed a six-month ban for his role in the brawl which was reportedly occurred in November last year.
"The events took place after the match, in the stadium car park. There was an altercation, an escalation and things got worse," said Emmanuel Saling of the Mosellan football district.
"It's quite rare to have sanctions of several years, there are less than 10 per year," Saling said.
Terville was later slammed with €200 fine and two-point deduction for failing to react after the brawl broke up.
Meanwhile, Legit.ng had reported that during a Primeira Liga game against Vitoria Guimarães on Sunday, February 16, after he was subjected to racists chant by the home side fans.
The encounter ended in 2-1 with Moussa striking the winning goal for the visitors in the 60th minute after breaking the parity from Bruno Duarte's equaliser.
The excited striker ran to a section of the field in jubilation after scoring the winner only to be racially abused by the fans of the home side.
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