Suspensory effect frees Felipão to play against Fluminense this Wednesday


The Palmeiras board managed to free the presence of coach Luiz Felipe Scolari for the game against Fluminense, on Wednesday, at Allianz Parque, for the Brazilian Championship. The coach would initially have to comply with suspension imposed by the Superior Court of Sports Justice (STJD). However, with the suspensive effect, you are free to command the team until you have another trial. Felipão had been punished for criticizing the refereeing after his departure with Ceará in Pacaembu in October. The trial was last Monday in Rio. However, as the club's legal department got the suspended effect, he could run the team on Wednesday. The trial had also punished striker Deyverson, who was suspended for being sent off against Ceará. The board even asked suspensive effect for the player, but the answer was negative. With that, the Colombian Borja should be scaled as a starter against Fluminense. For the game against the team from Rio de Janeiro, Palmeiras sold until the end of the afternoon of this Tuesday 34 thousand tickets. The match will start at 21:45. The possible starting lineup should have: Weverton; Mayke, Luan, Gómez and Diogo Barbosa; Felipe Melo, Bruno Henrique and Lucas Lima; Dudu, Willian and Borja.

Ciro Campos
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