The disciplinary judge of the Football Association of Slovenia, Boštjan Jeglič, presented the disciplinary measures after the last, 36th round of the First Telemach League.
Inappropriate fan celebration of the double crown, the title of national champions and the cup laurels, will cost the management of Olimpija Ljubljana 2,600 euros.
According to the disciplinary judge, it is unsportsmanlike and inappropriate behavior of the fans who lit torches, set off detonations, threw torches onto the pitch and caused the game to be stopped. They also threw white ribbons on the field.
They will also pay in Maribor. The purple camp received a fine of 950 euros. It was also unsportsmanlike and inappropriate behavior by the fans, who repeatedly chanted insultingly and lit torches, one of which was thrown onto the pitch.
The events at the match in Domžale, where the members of Radomelj beat Domžale 1:0 in the last round, are also echoed. The disciplinary judge punished the management of Radomelj by paying a fine of 360 euros due to the unsportsmanlike behavior of several players and an official. The head referee showed five yellow cards and expelled the coach for unsportsmanlike conduct.
The epilogue experienced a case when the coach Radomelj Oliver Bogatinov in a heated exchange of words, hit sports director Domžal with his palm on the face Senijad Ibricic. Bogatinov will have to pay a fine of 700 euros, and because of the physical attack on an official, he was banned from participating in four league matches in the new season.
The residents of Radom will be further punished by paying a fine of 150 euros due to the unsportsmanlike and inappropriate behavior of the fans who lit the torches. He earned a two-game suspension for attempting to attack an official Denis Mešanovićassistant head coach Domžal.
Koper was also fined 350 euros for fans’ torches. Due to the inappropriate behavior of the fans, she will have to pay 250 euros to Mura. Mura fans lit flares and chanted insults.