Nyon — UEFA has suspended Fenerbahce player Volkan Sen from
its club competitions until the end of December for pushing a referee after he
was sent off in a Europa League match against Braga.
Sen's ban starts when Fenerbahce enters the third qualifying
round of the Champions League in July.
Sen pushed Croatian referee Ivan Bebek on the right arm
after being shown a second yellow card in stoppage time of Fenerbahce's 4-1
loss in March. Braga advanced 4-2 on aggregate.
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Three Fenerbahce players were sent off at Braga, and UEFA
has banned midfielder Alper Potuk for three matches.
UEFA fined the Turkish club 15,000 euros ($16,700) for
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