On-credit Barcelona striker Arda Turan has gotten a record 16-coordinate boycott in Turkey in the wake of pushing a linesman in a snapshot of frenzy at the end of the week.
Turan, 31, was discharged to Superlig side Basaksehir in January in a more than two season impermanent arrangement having neglected to awe at Camp Nou since moving from Atletico Madrid in 2016.
Marked to fortify the Istanbul club in their offer for their first title in their history, he has shown up to date, scoring on two events.
Be that as it may, in a 1-1 draw against Sivasspor Turan ended up angered at the inability to grant a foul, and directed his fury at a linesman.
The player protested irately with the authority, before pushing him and leaving. Obviously he was instantly issued a red card, and the Turkish FA’s disciplinary board have sponsored the choice by passing on the longest boycott in the country’s football history.
Arda’s boycott implies that he will miss Basaksehir’s last two amusements of the 2017-18 season, with the club trailing pioneers Galatasaray by two focuses.
He will furthermore be banished from playing the initial 14 diversions of 2018-19, half of the battle.
Basaksehir’s mentor Abdullah Avci had by and by safeguarded his wayward star in the consequence of the occurrence.
“These things are a piece of the amusement. We can’t be irritated by the considerations of the individuals who compose via web-based networking media, individuals that we don’t know,” Avci let go when addressed by columnists after the amusement.
“It is difficult when you lead the class race so long and afterward have an outcome like that. The tension can get to you.”
It isn’t the first run through Arda has pulled in debate since moving back to his local Turkey.