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UEFA punishes Rice bans for two European games. After accusing the director of taking the job Frankfurt lost game.

Declan Rice, West Ham captain United have been banned for two games at European football next season. After UEFA announced the punishment for ranting against the referee in last season’s Europa League game. Report from UFABET

West Ham reached the Europa League semi-finals before losing to Eintracht Frankfurt. Where they later won the competition. During the match, Rice’s referee was yell. After the first match between the two. Which Aaron Creswell sent off. Follow by manager David Moyes.

“The referee is very bad. The whole game tonight was awful. Do you know how bad you are? Are you honest with your work? Or you get the money,” Rice said in front of Spanish referee Jesus Gil Manzano in the tunnel after the game. and have video evidence confirming before the final judgment

Rice will miss two UEFA Europa Conference League games next season. West Ham will have to start the European route from the play-off round.

With his place on the plane to Qatar as part of Gareth Southgate’s England squad already assured bar any unfortunate setbacks, Declan Rice is relishing Friday’s 2022 FIFA World Cup draw.

West Ham United’s 23-year-old midfielder has become an integral part of his national side since making his debut in a 5-0 UEFA Euro 2020 qualifying win over the Czech Republic at Wembley in March 2019.

Since then, Rice has earned 29 senior caps and finished on the losing side on just five occasions, helping the Three Lions reach the 2019 UEFA Nations League finals, finish as runners-up to Italy with a series of outstanding performances at Euro 2020, and qualify unbeaten for this year’s World Cup finals.