Kieran Trippier handed fine and suspension for betting violations

Atletico Madrid and England defender Kieran Trippier has been handed a suspension and a fine for breaching the FA’s Betting Rules.

The violations occurred in July 2019, and were strenuously denied by the footballer, who played in Tottenham Hotspur’s 2019 Champions League final appearance before joining Atletico Madrid in the Spanish La Liga.

However, an independent regulatory commission proved four of the seven breaches of the FA’s Rule E8 (1)(b), but dismissed the remaining three.

Trippier now faces a £70,000 fine and a ten week match ban, which is effective worldwide as of 23 December 2020, following an application to FIFA.

The independent regulatory commission’s written reasons for its decision to sanction the player will be published in the coming months.

Earlier this month West Bromwich Albion ‘Loan Manager’ Paul Terry – brother of Chelsea’s John Terry – was handed a £1000 fine after confessing to over 209 breaches of football’s betting regulations.

It was reported that Terry had placed a series of “disturbingly high stakes bets” amounting to a total of £63,800.40, including two £10,000 bets on the Champions League fixture between Manchester United and Basel and England’s international friendly against Germany.

Check Also

IBAS: Same Ole story… Why manager markets are still a point of conflict

The decision by Manchester United to sack Ole Gunnar Solskjaer will not have come as …

Intertops baffles affiliates announcing rebrand to Everygame 

Intertops has communicated to its affiliate partners that it will rebrand its commercial identity to …

Betway commits to responsible sponsorships irrespective of Gambling Review outcomes

Super Group has lauded the social responsibility focus of its marketing efforts, applied across all …