Brazilian striker Sandro of Gwangju FC in the professional football K League 1 was suspended from official K-League matches for 60 days. He was involved in a car accident while unlicensed.
The Korea Professional Football Federation announced on the 19th that it had taken a 60-day suspension from participating in K-League official matches for Sandro, a player of Gwangju FC, who was found to have been driving without an international driver’s license.
With this measure, the federation will first ban Sandro from participating in the game, and later hold a reward and punishment committee to take formal disciplinary action. Sandro’s ban from participating in the game will be applied from the 14th round of the K-League 1, which will be held on the 20th.
‘Activity Suspension’ is a temporary suspension of K-League-related activities for 60 days (can be extended up to 90 days) if it is difficult to 카지노사이트 review the reward and punishment committee within a short period of time for misconduct that causes social controversy or damages K-League values. It is an action.
On the other hand, Gwangju FC, Sandro’s team, announced through the official channel, “We have confirmed that Sandro has violated the Road Traffic Act. In accordance with the team management regulations and the professional soccer player contract, we will indefinitely suspend the business trip until disciplinary actions are taken by the reward and punishment committee. It has been reported to the federation.”
In addition, “On the 18th, he drove a rental vehicle without an international driver’s license issued, collided with a vehicle in front waiting for a traffic light, caused an accident with property damage, and voluntarily reported it to the Gwangju West Police Station.” I got my driver’s license,