The Court of Appeal has decided to fully confirm the first instance decision about MOL-Pick Szeged – RK Vardar Skopje match in quarter-final of the VELUX EHF Champions League 2019/2020.
Consequently, the following sanctions are upheld:
- A fine of €3,000 is imposed on Dean Bombac as the instigator of the altercation. The latter physically attacked the opponent outside the course of the match. Such act of self-justice shall not be tolerated.
- A fine of €2,000 is imposed on Matej Gaber and on Jorge Maqueda Pena. The former is the second instigator of the altercation while the latter entered the playing court to take part in the altercation despite having received a direct disqualification earlier.
- A fine of €2,000 is imposed on Djordje Ignjatovic and Marko Krivokapic for their improper behaviors towards EHF officials.
- A fine of €5,000 is imposed on MOL-Pick Szeged for the behavior of the team and for having failed to ensure security and good order, especially in light of the fact that a disqualified player could re-enter the playing court.