CAS Reverses Serbia-Albania Loss

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Wed Jul 15, 2015 3:33 am

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Apparently UEFA is issuing CAS to a local Swiss tribunal . This is far beyound a finished case it seems, i wouldn't be surprised if we get 2-3 red cards against in Denmark ...

Link for this??

I know the Serb FA was asking for UEFA to do that but I haven't heard anything about UEFA fighting CAS on this.
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Wed Jul 15, 2015 4:01 am

Are you guys shitting your pants on the fact that we're going to get hit hard if any small incidents happen in Shkoder? In fact, we'll even get disqualified.

If I were FSHF, I would lobby to play it in a neutral grown with no fans. Why risk it? The stakes are so high. Getting into the Euros is more important and historical than the game against the Serbs.
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Wed Jul 15, 2015 4:21 am

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artan wrote:
That's really an absurd thing for them to do considering they had Serbia at -2.. So either one of the workers must be a clueless idiot who thought it was some glitch and quickly changed it back to 1 or they did it on purpose because they don't think the ruling was fair. Wouldn't surprise me if it's either.

Apparently UEFA is issuing CAS to a local Swiss tribunal . This is far beyound a finished case it seems, i wouldn't be surprised if we get 2-3 red cards against in Denmark ...
Eh, we kind of jinxed it.

Over celebrated too early... gave the drone controller an interview ffs.
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Wed Jul 15, 2015 4:23 am

AlbanFC wrote:Are you guys shitting your pants on the fact that we're going to get hit hard if any small incidents happen in Shkoder? In fact, we'll even get disqualified.

If I were FSHF, I would lobby to play it in a neutral grown with no fans. Why risk it? The stakes are so high. Getting into the Euros is more important and historical than the game against the Serbs.
If the decision stays, I say keep it on regular ground.

But raise the ticket prices a bit. Shouldn't be a problem selling out the stadium While keeping the idiots out of the stadium.

I Already know several guys in the states who are gonna go.

Also, have good security and punishments/fines for rule breakers.
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Wed Jul 15, 2015 3:03 pm

Dallku wrote:[

Link for this??

I know the Serb FA was asking for UEFA to do that but I haven't heard anything about UEFA fighting CAS on this.
It was an article from Serbian media saying that from inside sources they know that Uefa is issuing CAS in a federal tribunal in Switzerland. Can't find it now. Panorama sport had it too, was reading on wikipedia that the other tribunal doesn't have juridical power over CAS and looks like if UEFA will go that way they might only get an eventual moral decision that CAS acted wrong ect


Partizan fans yesterday saying they'd better get out of the competition rather than get "european arbitrage" ...
http://www.supersport.rs/sve_osim_sport ... -foto.html


Their FA will held elections very soon.

http://sport.blic.rs/Fudbal/Domaci-fudb ... upozorenje

FSHF came out with a declaration today that the goaldifference doesn't count so Denmark having a goal away is ranked higher that us, another motive to beat them at their home.
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Wed Jul 15, 2015 3:04 pm

Shpati wrote: If the decision stays, I say keep it on regular ground.

But raise the ticket prices a bit. Shouldn't be a problem selling out the stadium While keeping the idiots out of the stadium.

I Already know several guys in the states who are gonna go.

Also, have good security and punishments/fines for rule breakers.

Ticket prices against Serbia will cost more than the kg of cocaine :lol:
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Wed Jul 15, 2015 10:00 pm

What can they appeal? I thought once CAS does it, it's final?
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Wed Jul 15, 2015 10:18 pm

I don't really know how you can appeal a CAS decision, since its final.
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Wed Jul 15, 2015 10:27 pm

Wait who is appealing the decision? Uefa or serbs? Because this is just insane.
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