Alin Seroni, a center back for FC Viitorul Constanta, faces a 16-match ban for a tackle in an Oct. 29 match, according to the Romanian Football Federation.

By SI Wire
November 06, 2014

Alin Seroni, a center back for FC Viitorul Constanta, faces a 16-match ban for a tackle in an Oct. 29 match, according to the Romanian Football Federation.

This is the second time this week that the federation has handed out a 16-match ban. Gabriel Muresan, a midfielder for ASA Targu Mures, was also punished for a tackle that fractured an opponent's eye socket.

Seroni's tackle resulted in a broken ankle for an opposing player involved in the play. He was assessed a second yellow card.

Seroni, 28, will not be able to play until April, unless the suspension is reduced on appeal.

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