Kerala Blasters fined Rs 6 lakh for “team misconduct” and “liability for spectator conduct” ahead of ISL final against Kolkata

December 18, 2016, 7:56 pm


Kerala Blasters fined Rs 6 lakh for “team misconduct” and “liability for spectator conduct” ahead of ISL final against Kolkata
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Kerala Blasters fined Rs 6 lakh for “team misconduct” and “liability for spectator conduct” ahead of ISL final against Kolkata

Kerala Blasters fined Rs 6 lakh for “team misconduct” and “liability for spectator conduct” ahead of ISL final against Kolkata

Kerala Blasters football franchise were on Sunday fined Rs 6 lakh in two separate cases, for “team misconduct” and “liability for spectator conduct”, in their league game against NorthEast United on December 4.

The All India Football Federation’s (AIFF) disciplinary committee sanctioned the fine under article 53A and 68, respectively, a release said.

Five Kerala players were sanctioned by the match referee during the match held at Jawaharlal Nehru Stadium, Kochi, for which the committee fined the home club Rs 2 lakh.

Kerala was also held responsible for the home fans’ misconduct and damage to the stadium property, penalising the club Rs 4 lakh.

The match ended 1-0 in favour of Kerala helping them reach the semi-finals and knocking NorthEast out in the process.

Also, AIFF Disciplinary Committee has found Atletico de Kolkata player jersey no.19 Juan Carlos Rodriquez Belencoso guilty of misconduct against opponents. Juan Belencoso has been suspended for 2 matches and fined Rs 3,00,000 (Three Lac INR) under Article 49 of AIFF Disciplinary Code.

The amount needs to be deposited with AIFF within ten days.

AIFF Disciplinary Committee is currently reviewing the charges against Mumbai City FC.