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SBD Global/July 26, 2012/Leagues and Governing Bodies
FIFA President Sepp Blatter Makes Resources Available To Investigators
Published July 26, 2012
FINE LEVIED: Following the opening of disciplinary proceedings against Italy's Antonio Cassano for a discriminatory press statement (Art. 11bis of the Disciplinary Regulations) during Euro 2012, the UEFA Control and Disciplinary Body has imposed a fine of €15,000 ($18,200) on the player. An appeal can be lodged against the decision within three days of the dispatch of the full written decision (UEFA).