Porto will file a complaint against Benfica player David Neres

Porto will file a complaint against Benfica player David Neres

The Portuguese club will file a complaint with the disciplinary board of the Portuguese Football Association

Porto, one of the oldest football clubs in Portugal, has decided to take action by filing an official complaint with the Portuguese Football Association’s disciplinary board against Benfica winger David Neres.

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This decision comes after the annoying behavior of the Brazilian player after the “Encarnados” finally snatched the title during last Saturday’s meeting. The celebrations following the victory on the field and on the way to the Marques de Pombal were marred by the actions of Neres, who sang offensive chants towards FC Porto. Moreover, he personally provoked Dragons midfielder Otávio and sports star Pedro Gonçalves by tagging them both in an Instagram live broadcast.

Also in the field of networking

Social networks were also David Neres’ playground to express his dissatisfaction with FC Porto. In fact, the player also left a burning comment on a post by El Portista Club, where we can see Ottavio celebrating a goal against Vitória de Guimarães. This inappropriate and disrespectful attitude did not escape the leaders of FC Porto, who decided to take action and raise the matter to the relevant authorities.

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The complaint to the Portuguese Football Federation’s disciplinary board will shed light on David Neres’ actions.

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