In case you missed- Saying ‘Long Live Freedom’ can cost a player 12 games in Turkey…

Amedspor player Deniz Naki has been sentenced to exclusion from 12 official games and 6,000 euro punitive fine due to his posting on Facebook following his team’s victory against Bursaspor on Turkey Cup.
• Turkish federation bans Deniz Naki for ‘unsporting’ comments
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