Alfred Jermaniš went a bit overboard this time: the assistant of second-league player Jadran for inappropriate behaviour in the cold
There is no doubt that Alfred Jermaniš is one of the most outstanding individuals on the Slovenian football scene. His media appearances are always something special, and the former national team player is known as a man with no hair on his tongue. As a coach, he has been able to make people laugh, but it is also true that there are times when he takes a step too far in the wrong direction. This was also the case in Round 11 2. SNLin which Jadran – Alfred Jermaniš is assistant coach to Alen Šćulc – in Dekani vs NK Brinje Grosuplje
The match ended 1:1 after Matevž Matko put the visitors in front and Nik Fortuna gave the home team a point 15 minutes before the end. At first glance, nothing too surprising happened in the match, but Alfred Jermaniš still had a lot to say about the work done by the referees, headed by Jureto Žagar. When the latter had the top of his head, he ejected Jermanis, who was now further penalised.“Protesting and insulting the referee,” is how Boštjan Jeglič, the NHS disciplinary referee, described Jermaniš’s sin, which resulted in a two-match ban. He also took into account a mitigating circumstance (“The offence was short-lived and was clearly committed in affect, as he did not agree with the judge’s decisions,” Jeglič pointed out), without which the penalty would – clearly – have been even more severe.
It is also interesting to note that Alfred Jermaniš was sent off in the 37th minute of the match against the Dolenjska rivals. one minute into the game! Let’s add that Jadran has to pay a fine of €200 for the sending off and the three yellow cards.
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