The Committee also suspended Dinaz forward Vyacheslav Shevchenko for six months.
Control and Disciplinary Committee of the Ukrainian Football Association (UAF) fined Krivbass, Polesie And Veres for holding matches with spectators in the stands. The CDC also disqualified striker Dinaz Vyacheslav Shevchenko for six months.
Krivbass received a fine for the presence of spectators at matches with Dnepr-1 (3:0) and Dynamo (0:2). For both cases, Krivoy Rog residents are required to pay a cash contribution of 100 thousand hryvnia.
Polissya was fined for allowing spectators to attend matches with Alexandria in the quarterfinals of the Ukrainian Cup (0:0, 4:3 on penalties) and with Metalist 19215 in the UPL (2:1). Veres was punished for the presence of fans at the match against Zorya (2:2). In each case, teams are also required to pay a fine of 100 thousand hryvnia.
Forward Dinaz Shevchenko has been suspended from competition for six months. Let us remind you that in the match of the 15th round of the First League, the striker hit the referee with his head and was sent off.
According to the results of the first half of the championship, Dnepr-1 is in the lead in the UPL, scoring 33 points. The 16th round of the Premier League starts with the Polesie-Veres match on December 1.
Dinaz took last place in Group B of the First League. The team from Vyshgorod will play in the group in the second part of the championship in the spring for the right to remain in the division.
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