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Sport Bookies: Nemeth suspended for five matches
By Andrew Scott Tuesday, 11 February 2014 02:14
Pay per head sportsbooks and bookmakers UK saw that in Tuesday’s game, the 25-year-old believed that he should have been given a penalty shortly before the hour mark, and after making contact with official Serdar Gozubuyuk he was shown a red card.
Roda – who in the first half was already trailing through an own goal by Bart Biemans – were further frustrated by an Aron Johannsson goal shortly after Nemeth was dismissed, and many fans and sport bookies were not very pleased to see what happened on the pitch.
But price per head services and sport bookies found out that Nemeth has since apologised for his actions on the club’s official website.
“After I was knocked over in the penalty area, and therefore did not get the penalty that should have been given in my opinion, I’ve let myself go emotionally and I barged against the referee Gozubuyuk with my chest,” he said.
“It was a mistake and I apologise. This is not like me as a player and I also realise I have let down not only myself but also the team.
“I will accept the punishment that the KNVB has imposed on me.”
Sport bookies can see that the news comes as another blow to relegation-threatened Roda, who in the Eredivisie are on an eight-match run without a win, and pay per head sportsbooks wonder when this trend will stop.
Leon Vlemmings, technical manager, added: “Internally we had a chat with Krisztian about the incident. During that he expressed regret.
“We obviously do not condone this behaviour as a club and accept the penalty imposed by the KNVB. For us the matter is now closed.”
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Bookmakers UK and pay per head sportsbooks would like to see things turn around for the club, and many believe that they’ll be able to leave this bad spell.