Lars, who was Disciplined by the Federation for ’15 Games Suspended + Fined

I can’t play the rest of the season

Suwon FC reopens club squad management committee to self-discipline

While the Korea Professional Football Federation has issued a disciplinary action against Lars after he was caught driving under the influence of alcohol

Suwon FC will also hold a squad steering committee again.

On the 10th, the federation held its 10th Standing Punishment Committee and announced that it had decided to impose a 15-game suspension on Lars and a penalty of 4 million won.

With 13 regular league games remaining, they will not be able to step on the K-League ground again this season.

Earlier, Lars was investigated for drunk driving in the early morning hours of the 7th.

At that time, police who responded to a report of a “suspected drunk driver” caught Lars on a road in Sinsa-dong, Gangnam-gu, Seoul, around 4 a.m. At the time, Lars’ blood alcohol content was measured at 0.08 percent or higher, which is equivalent to a revoked license.

It’s the same news as the Blue Sky for Suwon FC.

This season, Suwon FC has 6 wins, 5 draws and 14 losses and remains in 10th place out of 12 teams.

If they don’t get out of the current standings, they will have to play a relegation play-off.

Suwon FC held an emergency squad steering committee meeting on the matter on the 8th. After the committee, Suwon FC said,

“We have raised the alarm about the drunk driving of players that have not been eradicated in the K League, and despite the club’s steady training of the players, an unfortunate incident has occurred that has been socially condemned,

” and “The club recognized the seriousness of the incident and had a long discussion.”

“In response to this incident, in which a foreign player,

who plays a pivotal role in the team, committed an unforgivable crime at a time when the atmosphere of the team was recently rebounded from the relegation zone, we have immediately ruled out the player from training and competing,” the statement said.

This is not the first time that a foreign player in the K-League has been drunk driving. Kunimoto (Johor Darul Takzim),

who played for Jeonbuk Hyundai in July last year, and Jonatan (Hyderabad FC) of FC Anyang in April this year

both left the team due to contract termination after being caught driving under the influence of alcohol.

The way he looks at Lars is no better. 안전놀이터

He has been embroiled in transfer rumours this summer and has not been able to focus on the team

. Coach Kim Do-gyun made a public statement and removed him from the roster.

As a foreign player

Lars can find a new team as a free agent when his contract is terminated.

There is no transfer fee, so finding a new job is not difficult. On the other hand, Suwon FC was left with a negative image of its player driving under the influence of alcohol.

They have lost their guns in the race for survival, but they can’t sign new players because the registration period has ended.

It was also the reason why Suwon FC did not terminate the contract immediately. “The termination of the contract without any conditions

as has been the case with other clubs recently, is not conducive to preventing a recurrence in the future,

” the club said, adding, “After the results of the Standing and Punishment Committee of the Federation,

the club’s squad management committee will once again be held to decide.”

As stated by the club,

as the disciplinary action has been issued by the federation, Suwon FC plans to convene the management committee of the squad once again.

Suwon FC General Manager Choi Soon-ho said,

“If we put a penalty clause on a foreign player for something like this, would it be easier for that player to come to our team in competition with other teams?” “It’s not just our team, it’s something that all clubs and federations have to think about together.”

Lars, who is in his fourth year in the K League, has 41 goals and 21 assists in 120 games. This season,

he also has nine goals and five assists, the most on the team. In terms of offensive points, they rank second in the entire league.

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