Olympique Lyon player Kenny Tete is Monday, on appeal, sentenced to a fine of 500 euros. The 22-year-old following his departure to chelsea was at the end of 2015 in the city centre of Amsterdam is involved in a brawl.
The Amsterdam court of appeals finds it proven that the Tete against his arrest has opposition by trying to break free.
The Public Prosecutor (OM) had a community service of eighty hours is required, of which thirty are conditional. The magistrate convicted Tete in July 2016 to a community service of sixty hours, with thirty on probation.
The court considers that a fine is sufficient, because the Tete cleared of insulting a government official, where he also was suspected.
The negenvoudig international, in July last year from Ajax to Olympique Lyon moved, rejected all the accusations.