URUGUAY stars are reportedly going through a six-month ban from Fifa for his or her behaviour following their exit from the World Cup.
The South American crew was knocked out of the match with out even making it previous the group stage.
Uruguay beat Ghana 2-0 of their ultimate match, however it was not sufficient to qualify for the knockout phases as South Korea beat Portugal to assert the second qualifying spot on objectives scored.
And lots of the crew’s gamers didn’t take their exit effectively, with Jose Gimenez and Edinson Cavani essentially the most vocal with their heavy complaints to the officers.
Former Manchester United striker Cavani was even noticed knocking over the VAR monitor in his protest over the result.
Goalkeeper Fernando Muslera and defender Deigo Godin had been additionally closely concerned.
The footballers could now be sanctioned for breaking articles 11 and 12, for which the punishment could be “the prohibition of finishing up actions associated to soccer for no less than six months”, according to AS.
Article 12 pertains to the “Improper conduct of gamers and officers”.
Uruguayan newspaper El País has mentioned that Fifa has as much as January 9 to current the allegations.
The penalty that could be imposed on the gamers would vary from between ten to fifteen video games.
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Cavani and Gimenez’s golf equipment, Valencia and Atletico Madrid, are assured that their gamers would nonetheless be capable to play because the punishment would “solely the matches truly performed by the corresponding crew will probably be computed for the needs of executing the suspension”.
Because of this they might probably be banned from taking part in for Uruguay.
Nonetheless, if Fifa judges their behaviour to be public incitement to “hate or violence”, then they could be sanctioned with a ban on football-related actions for no less than six months.