Panaji (Goa) [India], February 19 (ANI): Mumbai City FC’s Hugo Boumous has been handed an extra two-match ban and imposed a advantageous of Rs 2 Lakhs by the All India Football Federation (AIFF) Disciplinary Committee for ‘gross critical indisciplinary unsporting acts and misdemeanours’ of their ISL recreation towards FC Goa, performed on February 8 on the GMC Stadium Bambolim.
The Committee discovered Boumous responsible of ‘insulting and defaming match officers.’ The participant obtained his fourth warning of the season earlier than a direct pink card in the course of the recreation’s harm time. While he was routinely suspended for 2 video games, his ban will now stretch to 4 matches.
Boumous will miss Mumbai City FC’s remaining video games within the league section. He will likely be eligible for choice once more within the playoffs. The membership has already secured a semi-final berth.
Meanwhile, the Committee additionally delivered their verdict on two separate instances. FC Goa’s Edu Bedia was acquitted of expenses regarding ‘unsporting behaviour’ in the direction of Chennaiyin FC participant Deepak Tangri.
The AIFF physique was glad with the participant’s response and all different proof offered throughout a listening to with Bedia. The FC Goa captain has already served a 1-game suspension owing to accrued cautions.
Also, there have been no extra sanctions imposed upon Hyderabad FC’s Mohammed Yasir after his red-card incident towards SC East Bengal on February 12. (ANI)