Jeonbuk ‘post-disciplinary storm’ Buna… Hong Jeong-ho and Kim Moon-hwan additional disciplinary action possible

It seems that another bad news will hit the falling Jeonbuk Hyundai. This is because there is a possibility of additional disciplinary action for captains Hong Jeong-ho and Kim Moon-hwan, who were sent off against Gangwon FC on the 29th of last month. The Jeonbuk club, which failed to prevent the intrusion of spectators at the time, is also expected to face disciplinary action.

According to an official from the Professional Football Federation, the federation plans to hold a match evaluation meeting on the 2nd for matches that took place last weekend, such as the Jeonbuk-Gangwon match. In this process, it is expected that a decision will be made on whether Hong Jeong-ho and Kim Moon-hwan, who received red cards for protesting the decision, will be referred to the reward and punishment committee.

Right after conceding the winning goal in extra time against Gangwon, Hong Jeong-ho was sent off after receiving a second warning for rough protesting to the referee for not declaring an opponent foul. Hong Jeong-ho, who had been warned once, received a second warning for protesting the decision. Also, in the process, even Kim Moon-hwan was sent off directly for swearing at the referee.

Both Hong Jeong-ho and Kim Moon-hwan were sent off, and in the process of exiting the stadium, they were caught swearing wildly at the referee, causing controversy. Even after the game was over, Hong Jeong-ho approached the exiting referee and again protested harshly. It was to the extent that the club staff barely had to stop it.

Hong Jeong-ho was sent off due to accumulated warnings, and Kim Mun-hwan was sent off for 2 games, respectively. If it is referred to the reward and punishment committee, additional disciplinary action, such as suspension from business trips, may be added. According to the federation’s reward and punishment regulations, excessive protests or violent complaints about referee decisions can result in a suspension of two or more games or a penalty of 3 million won or more. 토토사이트

In addition, after the match, a spectator even broke into the ground. In the process, there was even a skit in which a player (Choi Chul-soon), who was not a security guard, blocked the spectators from approaching. It is expected that the home team, Jeonbuk club, will also be punished with fines for not preventing spectators from entering the ground in advance. 

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