Liga MX vetoes Chivas and Puebla for using flares and stoning a truck, respectively


The Disciplinary Commission of the Mexican Football Federation does not give up in its desire to eradicate violence in football stadiums and on this occasion they banned two batons for their bad behavior during the weekend in Mexican football.

one was the club of Chivas, same as dared to enter the Azteca Stadium to see the Classic of Classics, when from the events at the Corregidora Stadium during Querétaro vs. Atlas it was determined that it would be prohibited for the visiting cheerleaders to go to the stadiums during this 2022; and if that was not enough, they set off flares during the match, for which they were sanctioned with a veto match during a home game.

“The Disciplinary Commission informs that derived from the events that occurred on September 17, 2022 in the match between the América vs Guadalajara clubs, corresponding to matchday 15 of the 2022 Opening Tournament, this Commission has decided to sanction Club Guadalajara with a Match of Veto for his Animation Group, which It must be fulfilled in the next match that the Guadalajara club plays as a local”, reads the statement sent by the FMF body.

“Every time your Animation Group breached the Agreement made by the Liga MX Clubs Assembly, added to article 79 of the Liga MX Competition Regulations, in which it was established that no Animation Group may attend matches of his Club as a visitor”, continues the letter.

On the other hand, a club from Puebla was also singled out and sanctioned for its indiscipline. In this case, because it was reported that a group of fans intercepted the Tigres truck and threw stones at it as it was heading to the Cuauhtémoc Stadium to play the match

“This Commission has decided to sanction the Puebla Club with a Veto Party for its Animation Group, which must be fulfilled in the next meeting that the Puebla club acts as a local,” another statement explains in the same tenor.

To avoid recidivism of their animation groups, the Disciplinary Commission warned both Chivas and Puebla that if their bars commit actions of this type again, they will impose more severe sanctions.

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