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Monterrey’s Stadium Ban Overturned

The Appeals Committee has overturned Monterrey’s stadium ban, but has upheld their fine and has given the club an Aviso de Veto, an official warning that another incident will result in a ban.

In explaining their decision, the Appeals Committee noted that the sanction should be in proportion to the severity of the incident and its circumstances. They noted that:

1. Monterrey had more than the required amount of security personnel;

2. There were two confrontations inside the stadium, and one outside it, with the latter not Monterrey’s responsibility; 

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Disciplinary Committee Ruling

A confrontation between Miguel Ángel Ponce of Chivas de Guadalajara and Jesús Dueñas of Tigres UANL at the end of the second leg of the Gran Final sparked an investigation by the Disciplinary Committee, which has now made its ruling.

The Committee has suspended both Ponce and Dueñas for one game and has also fined both players an undisclosed amount.

Video of the incident:

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Disciplinary Committee Opens Investigation

The Disciplinary Committee has opened an investigation into an incident at the end of the Gran Final second leg between Chivas de Guadalajara and Tigres UANL.

At the conclusion of the game, Miguel Ángel Ponce struck Jesús Dueñas in the back of the head, which led to an infuriated Dueñas chasing Ponce across the field.

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Monterrey Appeals Stadium Ban

At the conclusion of Monterrey’s 0-2 loss to Tigres UANL in the second leg of their quarterfinal series (Tigres won 6-1 on aggregate), there were “incidents in the stands and exit areas of the Estadio BBVA Bancomer between fans of both teams”.

Following an investigation into those incidents, the Disciplinary Committee fined Monterrey and gave the club a one-game stadium ban on the Estadio BBVA Bancomer.

The Rayados have appealed the stadium ban and the Appeals Committee will meet to evaluate the case.

Monterrey Given One-Game Stadium Ban

Following an investigation into fan behavior, the Disciplinary Committee has fined Monterrey and given the club a one-game stadium ban.

At the conclusion of Monterrey’s 0-2 loss to Tigres UANL in the second leg of their quarterfinal series (Tigres won 6-1 on aggregate), there were “incidents in the stands and exit areas of the Estadio BBVA Bancomer between fans of both teams”.

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Disciplinary Report: Clausura 2017 Week 17

The Disciplinary Committee has suspended six players and one physical trainer in the aftermath of this weekend’s Jornada 17 games.

Jesús Méndez of Toluca will miss the Diablos Rojos’ first playoff game for a lack of respect towards the match officials; Djaniny Tavares and Walter Gael Sandoval, both of Santos Laguna, will likewise miss their quarterfinal first leg game due to serious foul play.

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Disciplinary Report: Clausura 2017 Week 16

The Disciplinary Committee has suspended two players and an assistant coach and opened an investigation in the aftermath of this weekend’s Jornada 16 games.

The two suspended players both belong to Monterrey, with Iván Piris receiving a one-game suspension for receiving two yellow cards in the same game while Jesús Molina was suspended for yellow-card accumulation after picking up his fifth caution of the season.

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Court of Arbitration for Sport Reduces Triverio and Aguilar Suspensions

The Court of Arbitration for Sport (CAS) has reduced the sanctions imposed on Enrique Triverio of Toluca and Pablo Aguilar of Club América. The two were appealing the one-year suspensions they received following violent conduct against the referee in their respective Copa MX games on March 8th.

The Disciplinary Committee originally handed down an eight-game suspension for Triverio and a 10-game suspension for Aguilar; after an appeal by the Referees’ Commission, the Appeals Committee overturned the original sanction and imposed a one-year ban on March 13.

The players then appealed the appeal, turning to CAS on March 30th.

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Mexico Again Fined for Homophobic Chants

FIFA has released the latest list of sanctions for “incidents  involving, among others, unsporting and discriminatory conduct by fans during recent 2018 FIFA World Cup qualifying matches” and Mexico is, once again, present due to homophobic chanting.

In this latest round of sanctions, the Mexican Football Federation (FMF) has been fined 10,000 Swiss Francs for discriminatory and unsporting conduct by fans, including homophobic chants, in their March 24th game against Costa Rica.

This is the 8th time that Mexico has been fined and/or warned for homophobic chanting in 2018 World Cup qualifiers:

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Disciplinary Report: Clausura 2017 Week 15

The Disciplinary Committee has suspended four players and one coach in the aftermath of this weekend’s Jornada 15 games.

Juan Francisco Palencia, coach of Pumas UNAM, will miss the universitarios‘ next game for constantly criticizing the referee crew’s decisions.

Pumas will likewise be missing Nicolás Castillo for one game for a lack of respect for the match officials and Darío Verón for two for serious foul play.

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