Emir Spahic is banned for three months for a fight with stewards that led to his Bayer Leverkusen deal being terminated.
Emir Spahic, who was sacked by Bayer Leverkusen for fighting with a steward after their German Cup defeat to Bayern Munich earlier this month, has been banned for three months by the German Football Association.
• Centre-half suspended from game for three months • Fined £14,000 for injuring two stewards after defeat • Bayer Leverkusen sack Spahic over brawl The former Bayer Leverkusen defender Emir Spahic has been banned from football for three months after fighting with security staff following a Ge
Hannover 96 parted ways with coach Tayfun Korkut on Monday, two days after a 4-0 defeat by Bayer Leverkusen extended their winless run to 13 games and left them fighting for Bundesliga survival with five matches remaining.
Leverkusen’s Emir Spahic grappled with security personnel and Johan Djourou and Valon Behrami went head to head as street fighting struck Germany • Emir Spahic’s contract ended following fight after cup defeat Continue reading...
Bayer Leverkusen sacked Emir Spahic on Sunday with the defender under investigation by police on suspicion of assaulting a club steward.
• Defender filmed brawling after German Cup defeat to Bayern Munich • Spahic reportedly upset that friends weren’t allowed in locker room • Bayern Munich beat Bayer Leverkusen on penalties Bayer Leverkusen have released Emir Spahic from his contract with immediate effect following his fight
Bayer Leverkusen release defender Emir Spahic following a fight with security staff after German Cup defeat to Bayern.