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Εphotoπειδή δεν ανεχόμαστε ούτε δεχόμαστε να είμαστε θεατές σε αυτό το θεάτρο του παραλόγου, αποφασίσαμε να γράψουμε ένα email στην UEFA οτι η κοπ νομιμοποίησε την βία. ΚΑΝΕΝΑΣ δεν κτυπά τον ΑΠΟΕΛίστα με τέτοιο τρόπο και κανένας δεν παίζει με την υπομονή μας. Όλα όσα συμβαίνουν τον τελευταίο καιρό κατά του ΑΠΟΕΛ μας είναι τραγελαφικά. Καλούμε ΟΛΟΥΣ τους ΑΠΟΕΛίστες να στείλουν το πάρακατω email στην UEFA, στις ακόλουθες ηλεκτρονικές διευθύνσεις [email protected], [email protected]

Στείλτε και εσείς το ακόλουθο ενημερώνοντας την UEFA για τα τραγικά γεγονότα των τελευταίων ημερών. Θέμα: Cyprus Football Association encourages VIOLENCE!

Cyprus Football Association encourages VIOLENCE by NOT applying the laws of Cyprus Football Association!

We feel the need to inform you with some important  facts that take place the last days in Cyprus. Cyprus Football Association (CFA) encourages VIOLENCE, since the association decided that it is MORALLY fair to repeat a match that the referee interrupted after a player was seriously injured. Please read the following to be detailed informed about the situation.

The last match of this football season in Cyprus was scheduled on the 17th of May 2014 between the teams of AEL and APOEL. This game unfortunately NEVER finished because an AEL fan fired explosives that injured an APOEL player on the head (Claudiano Bezerra da Silva, also known as Kaka). The footballer was immediately transferred to the hospital for first aid provisioning as he was bleeding. The player has not yet fully recovered and he will be off the fields for one month. Please note that this incident happened on the 51st minute of the match. In addition to that, before the start of the match, AEL fans injured two cameramen that were on duty at that time.

According to the CFA law, if a football match is interrupted by the referee due to violence of one team, then the other team wins the match with the score 3-0.

CFA did not follow that rule and decided that it is morally fair for both teams to contest for the title and repeat the match on a later date with the absence of fans. CFA did not give any attention to their law and showed no respect to the innocent team, so APOEL appeal that decision and demanded for the application of legislation.

The latest news reveals that the committee that will examine the APOEL appeal, quitted so the case will be stay as present.

The conclusion of the CFA decision is more than clear: Cyprus Football Association encourages violence and is not in a position to govern Cyprus football. Decisions concerning violence cannot be controlled and laws are not followed. Football fans are feeling disgraced and betrayed since the association cannot protect them by taking in consideration their own rules. This is outrageous and this injustice is not accepted.

Football is supposed to be a way of life. Violence is NOT a way of life.