Federation fines Ulsan 10 million won for broadcasting VAR calls and insulting opposing clubs

Ulsan Hyundai has been fined 10 million won.

The Korea Professional Football Association said in a press release on the 25th that it held its 11th punishment committee on the 25th and decided to impose a sanction of 10 million won on the Ulsan club.

The offense occurred during the K League 1 27th Round match against Jeonbuk Hyundai at the Munsu Football Stadium in Ulsan on March 19. The home team, Ulsan, transmitted a replay of the game scene that was the subject of the decision to the public address system while the referee was conducting a video assistant referee (VAR) ‘on-field review’.

This violated Article 25, Paragraph 3, Subparagraph 3 of the K League Baseball Playbook, which states that “the home club must display an image indicating that the VAR is being reviewed until the end of the review, and may not replay the relevant footage on the scoreboard”.

In addition, Ulsan also showed a cheering message that contained language that insulted the opposing club in a pre-match in-stadium event broadcast. This falls under the disciplinary criteria for each type of K League Baseball punishment, which allows clubs to be fined for slandering an opponent.카지노사이트

Ulsan was previously fined in June. The league’s punishment committee fined the club 30 million won ($30,000) for the management of racist controversies on social media (SNS) by some players and team managers.

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