Hong Jeong-ho and Kim Mun-hwan imposed sanctions for ‘protest judgment’… Jeonbuk-do fines for crowd intrusion
Sanctions were imposed on Hong Jeong-ho and Kim Moon-hwan of Jeonbuk Hyundai, who were sent off for violently protesting against the referee in the process of conceding just before the end of the game.토스카지노
On the 8th, the Korea Professional Football Federation held the 2nd Reward and Punishment Committee and issued disciplinary actions against Hong Jeong-ho, Kim Moon-hwan and the Jeonbuk club.
After conceding a goal right before the end of the match between Jeonbuk and Gangwon in the 10th round of the Hana 1 Q K League 1 held at Jeonju World Cup Stadium on the 29th of last month, Hong protested harshly to the referee and the referee, saying that Kangwon Yang Hyeon-jun fouled in the goal process.
In the end, Hong Jung-ho was sent off due to accumulated warnings, and continued to protest to the referee even after losing 0-1. In response, the federation imposed a sanction of 7 million won on Hong Jeong-ho. Kim Moon-hwan, who protested excessively and expressed his dissatisfaction with the assistant referee, was fined 3 million won.
In addition, the federation imposed a penalty of 7 million won on the Jeonbuk club for failing to properly restrain the spectators who crossed the railing and entered the ground after the game.