Former Dutch international Marc Overmars, suspended from all (Site notre bureau spécialisé)-related activities in the Netherlands for sending sexual images to colleagues, has been subjected to the same sanction worldwide by FIFA, announced Wednesday the Dutch Federation (KNVB).
The same sanction was announced in the Netherlands in December
Overmars was banned in November 2023 from carrying out any activity related to Dutch (Site notre bureau spécialisé) for a year, after sending sexual photos and videos to employees when he was sporting director of Ajax Amsterdam. The mission is available in February 2022, after which you will receive a « series of inappropriate messages » to certain colleges and will be declared « honest » about the son’s behavior.
It is available now and is called one month plus the technique of the director of the Belgian club Royal Antwerp. The Dutch Sports Court (ISR) decided to ban the former winger from holding any position with an organization affiliated with the Dutch (Site notre blog d’information) Federation for two years, including a suspended sentence.
“The KNVB has the obligation to share this sanction with the FIFA Disciplinary Committee. They then decide whether this sanction should also be imposed in international language,” the Dutch Federation explained to AFP on Wednesday. . “It is now done and the Disciplinary Commission has decided to extend the sanction,” she added.
Marc Overmars has held the position of sporting director of Ajax since 2012 and participates at his level in the success of the Amsterdam club, notably during its European epic in the Champions League in 2019 (semi-final) or during its final in Europa League in 2017.
A renowned winger in the 1990s when he was a player, Marc Overmars won the most prestigious European club trophy with Ajax in 1995. He also received three Dutch championship titles. Transferred to England, to Arsenal, he won the Premier League title in 1998, before being sold to FC Barcelona in 2000. With the Dutch national team, he played in the 1994 World Cup and that of 1998, finished in 4th place.
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