Wednesday , January 27 2021

Shocking effect enabled Felipão to play against Fluminense on Wednesday



The Palmeiras board managed to release coach Luiz Felipe Scolari on Wednesday at Allianz Parque, against Brazil's championship Fluminense. The coach would initially have to be suspended, imposed by the Superior Sport Court (STJD). However, with the suspension effect, you are free to command your team until another trial.

Felipão was sentenced in October to criticize referees after his retirement with Ceará in Pacaembu. The trial was held in Rio on Monday, but the club's legal unit had a suspended effect, so it could manage the team on Wednesday.

The case also punished Deyverson, the prisoner who was suspended to be sent to Ceará. The board even asked for a suspend effect for the player, but the answer was negative. However, the Colombian Borja should scale as an starter against Fluminense.

In the game against the team of Rio de Janeiro, Palmeiras was sold until the end of 34,000 tickets on Tuesday. The match will start at 21:45. The possible starting sequence should be: Weverton; Mayke, Luan, Gómez and Diogo Barbosa; Felipe Melo, Bruno Henrique and Lucas Lima; Dudu, Willian and Borja.


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