The FA is looking into a video in which Everton defender Yerry Mina is promoting BetJuego in his home country Colombia, according to Sky Sports.

Mina may have been in violation of the FAs rule E8(3), which states, An individual Participant (player, coach, agent etc) when acting in a personal capacity, shall not be permitted to advertise or promote any betting activity that Participant is prohibited from engaging in by Rule E8(1) or E8(2).

From Sky Sports:

The former Barcelona man will be asked for his observations by the Football Association on the matter, before a decision is taken whether or not to put the issue to an Independent Disciplinary Commission.

Sky Sports News understands as soon as Mina realised he might be in breach of the rules, both he and the betting company involved removed the advert.

Professional footballers are not allowed to individually promote betting companies, but under FA rules they are allowed to advertise gambling firms via their clubs' commercial activities.

The FA have asked for a response from Mina who has made 13 Premier League appearances for Everton this season, scoring one goal.
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