September 25, 2022
Atlético Amazoniens shoot a player after an own goal

Atlético Amazoniens shoot a player after an own goal

Atletico Amazonense announced today (6) that athlete Julio Campos has been “temporarily expelled” from the team. The player is tagged with After he scored an own goal in the defeat From the Sol America team with a score of 4 against 1, last Sunday (4), for the eighth round of the second division of the Amazonians Championship.

In a press release posted on Instagram, Atlético Amazonense condemned Campos’ “unethical behaviour” and asserted that he was the “largest victim” of the event, which it classified as a “strong indication that action was taken to rig the results”. The loss in the penultimate round of the group stage ended the club’s expectations of progressing to the knockout stage of the tournament.

“Situation Unethical From the athlete buried any longing for our team and made it clear that from the start of the match he was determined to sabotage his team. It is clear to us that there is a strong indication that action has been taken to fix the results,” the club said.

“We will not allow this injustice to go unpunished. On the same day of the match, the athlete was expelled from the team. We have already contacted the state prosecutor to investigate the truth,” he added.

Atlético Amazonense also reported that it had submitted an application to appeal the match to TJD/AM. “There is no doubt that there was a certain event that affected the outcome of the match, depriving us of the possibility to fight for access. In the next few hours we will also provide news of a violation of TJD/ am to account for the player in the form of Articles 243 And the 243 A From CBJD,” the note concluded.

The club returns to the field tomorrow (7) to face Taruma, who won only one point. Atlético Amazonense stand at seven points, five points off the current fourth and have no more chances to fight for the elite in the state championship.

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Sport Club Atlético Amazonense, given his serious sabotage in the match against Sul América Esporte Clube when he was still battling to make it to the State Series A, is here to announce what’s next.

Before anything else, it is necessary to clarify that the biggest victim of this event is Atlético Amazonense. At the beginning of the eighth round we had seven points, and if we win we get to ten points. That will take us to the final round with real odds of overtaking the North RB in the fight for fourth place. In the last round we were up against the Lantern who had not won a match, and the right-back RB was up against the captain who had won all matches. Winning the lantern and losing RB to the undefeated captain would end the table with 13 points for us, against 12 in favor of RB, so we would be in the semi-finals. Obviously we had a real chance of winning the position and our desire was to fight for it until the last minute.

The unethical attitude of the athlete concealed any desire in our team and made it clear that the athlete from the beginning of the match was determined to sabotage his team.

It is clear to us that there is strong evidence of action taken to manipulate earnings. We will not allow this injustice to go unpunished. On the same day of the match, the athlete was summarily expelled from the team. We’ve already called the state attorney general’s office to investigate the truth. We are submitting a request to challenge the match on TJD/AM, as there is no doubt that a certain event affected the outcome of the match, denying us the ability to fight for access. In the next few hours we will also be giving news of the TJD/AM offense so that the athlete takes responsibility in an arts form. 243 and 243-a, from the Central Bank of Jordan.

Manaus, September 6, 2022. Board of Directors