Albanian soccer club expelled after referee attacked

TIRANA, Albania (AP) — An Albanian soccer membership has been expelled from the nation’s top league and demoted to the third their after a referee changed into as soon as physically attacked all over a sport.

FK Kamza officials and followers surrounded referee Eldorjan Hamiti and hit him several conditions on the quit of Saturday’s league match against KF Laci, which ended 1-1 after the company had been awarded a penalty within the closing minutes.

The Albanian football federation on Wednesday expelled Kamza from this season’s championship and dominated it need to play within the third division next season. It also fined the membership 1 million Leks ($9,000).

Three Kamza membership officials had been banned from all sport actions for up to three years.

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