Boumous will miss Mumbai Metropolis FC’s final matches within the league stage. He’ll once more be eligible for choice within the playoffs. The membership has already secured a spot for the play-offs.
Archive picture of Hugo Boumous. Sportzpics
Margao: The Disciplinary Fee of the Indian Soccer Affiliation on Friday cleared FC Goa captain Edu Bedia of prices of “unsportsmanlike habits” and determined to not impose additional punishment after being provoked by a present for allegedly violent misconduct on an opponent in an Indian Tremendous League match.
Bedia was provoked by the AIFF disciplinary committee following an incident throughout added time of the sport in opposition to Chennaiyin FC on February 13 at Bambolim, which led to a 3-3 draw.
Video footage of the incident appeared to point out Spaniard Bedia biting Deepak Tangri whereas standing up after the Chennaiyin FC participant fell on him whereas competing for the ball.
However the AIFF DC acquitted him of prices of “unsportsmanlike habits” in direction of Tangri.
“The AIFF physique was happy with the participant’s response and all different proof introduced throughout a listening to with Bedia. The FC Goa captain has already served a one-match suspension attributable to gathered custody, “ISL mentioned in a press release.
Hugo Boumous of Mumbai Metropolis FC, nevertheless, was given an extra two-match ban and a high quality of Rs 2 lakh for “severe and severe unsportsmanlike acts and offenses” throughout his workforce’s ISL match in opposition to FC Goa on February 8 in Bambolim.
The Committee discovered Boumous responsible of “insulting and defaming match officers”.
The participant acquired his fourth warning of the season earlier than a straight pink card throughout added time of the sport. Whereas he was mechanically suspended for 2 video games, his ban will now lengthen to 4 video games.
Boumous will miss Mumbai Metropolis FC’s final matches within the league stage. He’ll once more be eligible for choice within the play-offs. The membership has already secured a spot for the play-offs.
Furthermore, no additional penalties had been imposed on Hyderabad FC’s Mohammed Yasir after his pink card incident in opposition to SC East Bengal on February 12.
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