The English FA panel has banned Nottingham Forest defender, Harry Toffolo from any football activities for five months after he violated FA betting rules.
The 28-year-old was charged in July with charges spanning from 2014 to 2017 when he was contracted to Norwich City but playing on loan with Swindon Town, Rotherham United, and Scunthorpe United.
Toffolo admitted to all 375 charges, and with that, he was suspended until the end of the 2024-25 season, and a fine of £20,956 ($26,165).
An FA statement read: “Nottingham Forest’s Harry Toffolo has been given a five-month suspension, which has been suspended until the end of the 2024/25 season, and £20,956.22 fine for misconduct about our betting rules.
“The defender admitted that he breached FA Rule E1(b) 375 times between 22 January 2014 and 18 March 2017, and an independent Regulatory Commission imposed his sanctions following a hearing. The Regulatory Commission’s written reasons for these decisions will be published in due course.”
Rule E1(b) explicitly bans players from betting on all forms of football and from passing on information that may be used to place bets.
Brentford and England striker Ivan Toney had earlier been hit with an eight-month ban and a £50,000 ($62,417) after admitting to 232 breaches.
He is due back in training with his club next week after completing the portion of his suspension that prohibited him from participating in any footballing activities.