CONMEBOL announced on Monday Boca Juniors’ punishment for racist practices by your fans During the club’s match with Corinthians. There is no defining which game the penalty is referring to, but for now, It most likely refers to the case of Leonardo Ponzo, in the Neo Química Arena. However, the amount is less than the amount charged from Timão for not respecting an article setting out advertising on the reserve bench during matches.
Argentines, who can still appeal the verdict, You will have to pay $30,000 (144,000 R$) for breaching Sections 9 and 17 of the Conmebol Discipline Act.. The first says that the club is responsible for its fans and staff, and the second deals with discriminatory manifestations in matches. Timao even sent a message to the entity asking to punish Argentines for racist practices Also last week in Bombonera.
The value, however, represents only 60% of the amount charged by the Corinthian entity Three weeks ago, when the court ruled that Timao violated Article 5.9.1 of the Libertadores Manual. $50,000 (240,000 Brazilian reais) was collected from Parque São Jorge Club.
Related article Deals with advertising for entity sponsors in the Reserve Bank and in things like water tanks and isotonic drinksjoint technical committees.
“Tournament Sponsors may have the exclusive right to place their branded advertisements both inside and outside the ceilings/boundaries of the seats, including storage boxes or dispensing drinks on the sides of the seats without any club crest,” the article warns. The design does not say exactly what the club has violated.
The decision to fine Boca Juniors was signed by the head of the disciplinary committee, Eduardo Gros Brown. in it as in all others, Clubs warned of harsher penalties in the event of a return to crime.
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