Defense of Gabigol, from Flamengo, requests suspensive effect | Flamengo

Defense of Gabigol, from Flamengo, requests suspensive effect | Flamengo
Defense of Gabigol, from Flamengo, requests suspensive effect | Flamengo
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Gabigol’s defense went to the Court of Arbitration for Sport (CAS) this Tuesday with a request for a suspensive effect to give the Flamengo striker playing conditions. The information was first published by ESPN.

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On the 25th, the Anti-Doping Sports Court (TJD-AD) decided to suspend Gabigol until April 7, 2025, for attempted fraud in an anti-doping test carried out on April 8, 2023.

The expectation of the player’s defense is that the request for suspensive effect will be considered within 10 to 15 days.

In the argument used in an attempt to obtain a suspensive effect, the defense will ask for attention to the “periculum in mora” (the danger of delay) together with “fumus boni juris” (smoke from good law). The request is that the process be analyzed quickly, as any loss of time could result in Gabigol serving a large part or even the entire period of the suspension imposed on him.

In the request for a suspensive effect, which aims to provide Gabigol with playing conditions as quickly as possible, the attacker’s defense summarizes the reasons that it will use later in the appeal, a legal document with which it will try to have the suspension annulled.

Still in defense, Bichara and Motta’s office will cite the fact that Gabigol’s trial was tight, with the score of five votes in favor of the suspension and four against.

1 of 1 Gabigol at Maracanã before Flamengo x Madureira — Photo: Thiago Ribeiro/AGIF
Gabigol at Maracanã before Flamengo x Madureira — Photo: Thiago Ribeiro/AGIF

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