The Tigres goalkeeper was punished for insulting his own board at the end of the game against Atlas
MEXICO — The goalkeeper of tigers, Nahuel Guzmanreceived an economic sanction for insulting his board after the semi-final second leg, which the feline team lost against Atlas on the field of the University Stadium.
The Disciplinary Commission announced that the goalkeeper violated the code of ethics by referring to the leaders of his own team with profanity.
“The player is penalized Nahuel Ignacio Guzman Palomequewith an economic sanction, for having transgressed the provisions of articles 11 and 26 of the Code of Ethics of the Mexican Federation of Football Association, AC, by insulting its own board, “says the Commission’s statement.
The agency also reported that the Argentine goalkeeper is warned not to repeat the same action, otherwise he could have stronger sanctions.
“The player is warned Nahuel Ignacio Guzman Palomeque about their future behavior, since in the event that these types of actions are committed again, the Disciplinary Commission may impose more severe sanctions against them,” the statement said.
The goalkeeper was expelled in the match against the red and blacks, for receiving a second yellow card for kicking a second ball into the area where an offensive play by the rival was taking place.
The directive of the UANL sought that the goalkeeper did not receive the second preventive card by alleging that the ball came from the red and black bench and the Argentine only had the objective of taking it off the field.