Barcelona and Sevilla KICKED OUT of Copa de la Reina after breaking guidelines

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BARCELONA and Sevilla’s ladies groups have been kicked out of the Copa de la Reina for fielding ineligible gamers.

The Royal Spanish Soccer Federation [RFEF] confirmed their ruling immediately, that means Osasuna head into the final 16 regardless of their crushing 9-0 defeat by the hands of Barcelona.

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Barcelona Femeni’s dominant reign over Spanish soccer has been dealt a blowCredit score: Getty

Barcelona Femeni, nine-time winners of the cup, fielded Brazilian striker Geyse in opposition to Osasuna.

Nevertheless she was despatched off within the quarter-finals of final 12 months’s competitors whereas enjoying for Madrid CFF and was meant to be serving a suspension.

Barca stated the ban had not proven up on the RFEF’s web site or inside system that’s utilized by golf equipment.

The Catalan membership have now been fined £1,000 however have ten days to enchantment the disqualification.

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Sevilla have additionally been thrown out of the cup for additionally utilizing a participant who shouldn’t have been on the pitch.

Nagore Calderon was despatched off in opposition to UD Granadilla Tenerife in final season’s quarter-final.

However Sevilla introduced her off the bench in a 1-0 win over Villarreal, touchdown them in sizzling water.

Villarreal will now take their place within the quarter-final.

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Barcelona have received the competitors for the final three years and in 5 of the final six seasons.

They’ve confirmed to be the dominant group in Spanish ladies’s soccer over the previous few years.

Barcelona Femeni have received the league thrice in a row and have received all 14 video games they’ve performed this season.

They’ve additionally received the Spanish Supercopa for the second successive 12 months after being Actual Sociedad 3-0 within the last.



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