The Ethics and Disciplinary Commission of the Royal Moroccan Football Federation (FRMF) issued several punitive decisions against players from the Raja and Wydad teams in Casablanca. Among them are Moroccan internationals.
Club officials, the Disciplinary and Ethics Commission of the Royal Moroccan Football Federation (FRMF), in particular the coach of Chabab Mohammedia, who must pay a fine of 50,000 dirhams following his remarks about the player of Raja Mohamed Nahiri.
Nahiri will also have to pay a fine set at 30,000 dirhams, after his statements after the Casablanca derby. He will also be suspended for one game.
The Commission also sentenced Wydad goalkeeper Ahmed Reda Tagnaouti to the same fine and one game suspension for his statements.
Wydad player Jalal Daoudi, for his part, will be suspended for two games and will have to pay a fine of 20,000 for his inappropriate gesture at the end of the match against RSB.
The greatest sanction concerns the striker of Ittihad de Tanger Axel Méyé, who is sentenced to pay the sum of 150,000 dirhams. In addition to this fine, the Gabonese will be suspended until the end of the season.
The clubs are not left out since they too have fines to pay because of the smoke bombs used by the supporters during the matches. It will be 50,000 dirhams for Wydad, and 30,000 dirhams for IRT and OCK.