Quinones fined for ‘inappropriate’ celebration

The Disciplinary Commission of Liga MX decided to impose financial sanctions on Club America player Julián Andrés Quiñones Quiñones.

He was found to have inappropriately celebrated a goal during the second leg of the Liga MX quarter-final of the 2023 Apertura tournament between Club America and Leon.

Thus, with his celebration, he violated the Sanctions Rules of the Mexican Football Federation, in particular Article 43, which mentions the following:

“Players and/or members of the Coaching Staff who celebrate a goal or victory in a match with excessive, inappropriate, obscene, insulting, rude, ridiculing or downright unsportsmanlike behavior, gestures or gestures towards an opponent or the public at large, whether or not seen referee or not, they will be sanctioned.”

The sporting body warned Club of America about the future behavior of its players, as if such actions were repeated, the club The disciplinary commission may impose more severe sanctions against you.

Liga MX rules state that this sanction carries a fine of up to 1,500 UMA, equivalent to 155,610 pesos.

Source: Aristegui Noticias