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This must have been one of FIFA's "soft" bans because Paiva took part in press conference activities before and after Brazil's quarterfinal win over Colombia.
Was it open hand or back hand? Was it forceful or was it a love tap? All things that need to be considered.
seeing as any player who puts his or her hands to another player's face during a match is usually handed a single match suspension.
In a press release, FIFA said that Paiva already missed the Colombia match last week. Soccer's governing body also said Paiva won't be involved in Tuesday's semifinal here in Belo Horizonte.
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BELO HORIZONTE, BRAZIL
Welcome to South America, where scuffles between press officers and players take place in the tunnel.
Sitting next to Paiva in the Mineir Stadium sin bin will be Silva, who picked up a silly yellow card against Colombia, forcing him out of the semifinal due to accumulation.
ahead of a World Cup semifinal against Germany here Tuesday.
"(It was a) coward tackle," Silva said of Zuniga's challenge. "I do not think it was normal. I know how to mark a player. That's not done. There's no way you can put a knee behind the player."
feeling and he told him: 'I can't feel my legs,'" Scolari said, according to Spain's Marca.
The scariest part of the sequence only emerged in the aftermath, when Brazil manager Felipe Luiz Scolari revealed an unknown tidbit.
Brazil's press officer won't take part in the third place match or final either, completing the ban.
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Seeing as local TV stations here are still comparing the knee Zuniga drove into Neymar's back to that of a mixed martial artist, it goes without saying that the entire country wasn't happy with the decision.
ZUNIGA GETS OFF
"The chairman came to the conclusion that the FIFA Disciplinary Committee cannot consider the matter given the fact that there is no legal basis entitling it to grant such request," FIFA said in a statement.
With that being said, we know little about the incident.
It took FIFA three days to come to that conclusion.
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Neymar's captain was put off by the challenge as well.
But that didn't stop the Brazilian federation from attempting to have Silva's yellow card rescinded post game.
The committee also ruled that Colombian defender Juan Zuniga won't face any retroactive discipline after his challenge on Brazil's Neymar left the Brazilian star with a fractured vertebra.
That's right. Believe it or not, FIFA doesn't have the power to retroactively go back and completely re referee a game.
It turns out Brazil's press officer will also miss the match after being handed a three match ban by FIFA for admitting to slapping a Chilean player during a Round of 16 match against the country's South American Nike Vapormax Plus Triple Black rival.
The Brazilian centre back, a massive component to the host's defence, prevented Colombia's goalkeeper from booming the ball up field, an obvious delay tactic he was booked for.
Even more telling was the fact many actually thought Brazil had a chance of having the card rescinded, which indicates the amount of faith fans have in soccer's governing body.
Based on a statement from FIFA, the accusation from Chilean striker Mauricio Pinilla was taken seriously. Rodrigo Paiva was fined close to $10,000 to go along with the ban.
The aforementioned Silva appeal wasn't the only disciplinary action Brazil's federation lost Tuesday.
Apparently the ban just applies to activities surrounding the match something a press officer has nothing to do with anyway.
SILVA STILL SUSPENDED
Their argument? Well, they didn't really have one.
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