Referees Appeal Punishments of Triverio and Aguilar

Liga MX has confirmed that the Referees’ Commission has appealed the sanctions imposed on Enrique Triverio of Toluca and Pablo Aguilar of América.

This weekend’s referee strike came in response to the eight-game suspension of Triverio and the ten-game suspension of Aguilar after the two were involved in violent confrontations with referees in the Copa MX round of sixteen.

In a press release, the Mexican Referee Association noted that the aforementioned punishments were not handed out in accordance with the established regulation for sanctions nor in agreement with the referees’ match reports.

The Appeals Committee will now meet, analyze the presented evidence, and either confirm or change the Disciplinary Committee’s initial decision.

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