‘Ramos’ appears to be banned for 7 matches

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Paris Saint-Germain defender Sergio Ramos could face a seven-match ban for swearing at the referee with profanity, giving him two yellow cards in just 10 seconds, his 28th time in his life. In last weekend’s 0-0 draw with Reims,

reports from UFABET Sport, revealed that Ramos could face a seven-match ban. After footage of Ramos being sent off minutes later. 41st is evidence that Ramos is not please with himself being shown a yellow card. Until he cursed at the judge ‘motherf***er’ until the second yellow card was kick out of the field,

however, the media revealed that The referee did not specify in the report the words cursed at. By clarifying only. That it was caused by aggressive behavior only that may allow to escape from the maximum ban. After the Ligue 1 Disciplinary Committee will meet this Wednesday.

The referee’s report failed to state that Ramos used the term towards him. Simply saying the former Real Madrid player was sent off for ‘aggressive’ behaviour. 

The 36-year-old defender joined on a free transfer from Real Madrid to sign for PSG in 2021. He barely helped the club in the first season due to fitness issues, but Ramos has this season. play as main Played in the starting line 9 out of the first 10 matches.