Friday, April 8, 2011

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Punishment reduced

The Disciplinary Commission of the Mexican Football Federation, at its regular meeting on Friday, announced that the penalty imposed on the six games played albiverde Darwin Quintero, after his expulsion in the match between the Warriors and Cruz Azul of the day 12 Clausura 2011, was reduced to four games. Initially

Colombian striker was penalized three games for being guilty of violent conduct and three for assaulting another player or opposing team member expelled from the conflict known. According

as mentioned by the Commission, after reviewing the evidence provided by the Club Santos Laguna in the second penalty was enough to appreciate that the coup Quintero performed does not become violent, so the penalty is reduced from three games to one.

In the case of punishment for being guilty of violent conduct is maintained, so the player must meet four matches off the pitch.


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