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Daniel Sturridge may face a ban from playing with a range of games in Turkey when the FA is powerful with an appeal along with his sanctions for breaking up betting rules.
Sturridge was granted a ban in July along with a 75,000 fine – a determination which the FA felt was overly lenient – .
It found that the former England international had taught his brotherLeon, to put bets on him making a move that was possible .
But nine of 11 charges caused by Sturridge were dismissed and a statement issued from the FA in the time said the human body”respectfully disagrees with all the regulatory commission’s findings.”
Sky Sports News was told when the FA’s appeal is successful, and English football’s governing body may hunt for that to be enforced in Turkey if there is a harsher sporting sanction imposed which contains a playing ban.
If the government accepted the FA’s petition that would indicate that Sturridge – who made his debut Trabzonspor about Sunday – will be made to sit out any matches for his team.
The 30-year-old signed a contract with Trabzonspor at August after being published by Liverpool and arrived off the bench because of his debut in Sunday’s 2-2 draw with Genclerbirligi.
Until today Sturridge has missed no football because the ban expired before the new year began.

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