June 21, 2021
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first_imgSerbian footballer Aleksandar Prijovic was sanctioned this Sunday with three months of house arrest after skipping confinement emergency in Belgrade, decreed as a measure to prevent the spread of the coronavirus. Police confirmed the case that rIt matched that of the also Serbian and Real Madrid player Luka Jovic. The white player’s trip to his country in mid-March did not sit well with Serbian authorities and even the country’s president threatened to arrest him if he left home. This is what happened to Prijovic, a player of the Saudi and international Al Ittihad with Serbia, arrested for not complying with the country’s rules in order to avoid COVID-19 infections.The RTS network collected the statements of the police chief in Belgrade, who gave details of a meeting of about 20 people in a hotel. Prijovic pleaded guilty on Sunday to the Belgrade prosecutor’s office to avoid further punishment.last_img read more