Antonio Mohamed receives a penalty for comments against the referee
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The Pumas coach received a sanction from the Disciplinary Authority for his comments against the referee in the Clasico Capitalino on matchday 10.
Technician of Cougars He left the Azteca stadium in the middle of an altercation with the team’s bench. AmericaWhere Mohammed He made signs to pay Aguilas soldiers.
“Regulatory Commission informs that it has decided to grant financial sanction to the Director of Technology, National University Corporation, Antonio Ricardo Muhammed MadijevichDuring the match and at the press conference at the end of matchday 10 of the 2023 Liga MX Apertura tournament, Clubs America And National University, generally maintained that conduct prejudicial to fair play, sportsmanship and fair play in federated football. Likewise, he criticized the referee, violating the sanctions regulations of the Mexican Football Federation, specifically Article 71 subsections b and d)”, the Mexican Football Federation pointed out in a statement.
In Cougars They were already expecting some kind of permission Antonio MohammedBecause of his behavior in the game against Americaat Azteca Stadium.
“I’m not going to comment on the referee. “I think he obeys, he came to obey orders,” said ‘Turk’ in a press conference after the 1-0 defeat against Aguilas.
The Argentine coach also walked in front of the bench AmericaAzulgremas creates signs that the match has been “rigged”, as explained by footballers.
“Nothing, the game is not over, he has abandoned his team. The game isn’t over, he’s already gone. He goes ahead of us and gives us a sign that he has paid, and he fixes the match. “It’s something strong, we’ll see if there’s video of it, I don’t know if anything’s going to happen,” he said. Henry MartinAfter the victory against the university students.
The Disciplinary Commission warned the National University Club about its coach’s future conduct as the commission could impose severe sanctions against him if his behavior is repeated.