To try to avoid punishment, Granada will present an appeal to Competition with the aim of having that second warning withdrawn, they confirmed Efe from the club.Germán himself showed his discomfort this Monday in his personal account from Twitter for the expulsion suffered in a match in which he saw yellow paths in the only two fouls he committed and in which no player from Barcelona was cautioned.“Proud of this team that competed as far as he could or where they left him,” said the rojiblanco central. LaLiga Santander* Data updated as of January 20, 2020 Granada will appeal to the Competition Committee the second yellow card that saw its central Germán Sánchez in the match of this sunday against Barcelona, with the aim of being withdrawn and can participate in the clash of LaLiga next Saturday in the field of Seville.Germán was sent off by Madrid referee Valentín Pizarro Gómez in the 69th minute of the game for a double yellow card, the second of them for “knocking down an opponent in the form of the ball reckless “, as indicated by the arbitrator in the minutes.The rojiblanco team, who fell to Barcelona because of a goal scored by the Catalans shortly after the expulsion of Germán, not only did he stay with ten players at the Nou Camp but neither can count on the defender in the next clash against Sevila.
Amazon India has denied allegations that it was giving preferential treatment to certain merchants and brands in a response to a petition lodged by the All India Online Vendors Association (AIOVA).On October 5, the association had filed a petition against India’s second largest ecommerce platform, alleging the company was giving preferential treatment to Cloudtail and Appario, both of which are partly owned by Amazon, news agency Reuters reported.Responding to the allegations, an Amazon India spokeswoman said that Amazon is committed to be in complete compliance with the law and has “an equal relationship with all the sellers on our marketplace,” the news agency quoted.AIOVA, which represents over 3,500 merchants that sell on Amazon, alleged that the online retailer has been charging less commission from both Cloudtail and Appario than Amazon’s advertised rates. Cloudtail is a joint venture between Amazon Inc. and Infosys co-founder N.R.Narayana Murthy’s Catamaran Ventures and was known to be the largest seller on Amazon in 2015 while Appario is co-owned by Amazon and Patni group.AIOVA’s lawyer, Chanakya Basa told Reuters that “there should not be any preferential treatment.”Last month, Amazon India has launched its portal and app in Hindi with the aim of reaching 100 million new customers that speak this language. With this launch, Amazon had pipped Walmart owned Flipkart, India’s largest e-commerce company, in reaching out to the country’s hinterlands where Hindi is widely spoken.Earlier this year, E-commerce firm Amazon said that it was hiring 4,000 people in India, and that a few people have been affected in the bid to reorganize teams, following reports that it is laying off 60 people.According to a report in Forbes, Amazon India has the same market share as Flipkart, which is about 30% each. Related Items