The Espanyol officially filed a complaint with the Spanish Football Association regarding the suspension of Lewandowski
January 3rd, the Espanyol officially announced that the club has filed a complaint with the Spanish Football Association about the suspension of Lewandowski in this round of La Liga
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The Espanyol official wrote: "Real Espanyol Football Club has filed a complaint with the Spanish Football Association in response to the suspension of Lewandowski’s suspension in the 15th round of La Liga against Barcelona.
Before the start of the game, the club had seriously informed the on-duty referee Laos and the Spanish Football Association that Barcelona player Lewandowski appeared in the opponent’s lineup, and he should be suspended for receiving two yellow cards in the last game.
As the club issued a statement before the game, we will use all available methods to defend the interests of the club and the fans. We realize that this blatantly unfair behavior will affect the fairness of the game. All of this is based on a hasty settlement.
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