Fifa 2021 Prediction : FIFA takes no action against Kyle Walker for his altercation with Kamil Glik during England’s recent draw in Poland.

In a half-time scuffle during the sides’ 1-1 draw last month, Poland’s Kamil Glik looked to grasp England’s Kyle Walker’s neck; FIFA says it can’t pursue any further disciplinary punishment owing to a lack of proof; Following the match, the Polish FA rejected claims of racial abuse.

Due to a lack of evidence, FIFA will not take any further disciplinary action following the exchange between Kamil Glik and Kyle Walker in England’s World Cup qualification match against Poland last month.

After Glik appeared to grab Walker’s neck on the pitch, England reported an on-field incident to the match referees, and a half-time fight erupted between the two teams in Warsaw.

FIFA declared that it will investigate the match when claims of racism surfaced, however it was unable to uncover any clear proof of misconduct.

“The FIFA Disciplinary Committee has decided not to start disciplinary procedures in regard to Poland’s match against England on September 8 owing to inadequate evidence,” a FIFA spokeswoman stated.

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