The “fighting” of the two Cangzhou Lions after the match that took place on the evening of December 15 has aroused the attention of both inside and outside football. Although the Cangzhou Lions Club publicly apologized for the first time and confirmed that the two players involved will be severely punished, according to the relevant penalties of the “Chinese Football Association Disciplinary Guidelines”, today the Chinese Football Association officially announced the punishment of the two:
Regarding the punishment of Cangzhou Lions Football Club players Sangol and Liao Chengjian for violations of regulations and disciplines, the organizing committees of each competition area and each football club:
On December 15, 2021, the 123rd game of the 16th round of the Chinese Football Association Super League, the match between Cangzhou Lions Football Club and Shanghai Shenhua Football Club was held in Jiangyin Sports Center.
According to the referee’s report, match supervision report, video, explanations of the parties’ situation and hearings, after the match, No. 28 player Sangol of Cangzhou Lions Football Club hit the face of No. 19 player Liao Chengjian with his hand, and then Liao Chengjian Sangol kicked back with a kick, and the referee showed a red card and ordered the two to appear on the field.
The Disciplinary Committee of the Chinese Football Association issued the following penalties in accordance with Article 53 of the Disciplinary Guidelines of the Chinese Football Association:
1. No. 28 player Sangol of Cangzhou Lions Football Club was suspended for 3 games and fined RMB 30,000:
2. Liao Chengjian, No. 19 player of the Cangzhou Lions Football Club, was suspended for 3 games and fined RMB 30,000.
The above-mentioned penalties shall be executed in accordance with Article 17 of the “Chinese Football Association Disciplinary Guidelines”. This penalty decision shall take effect immediately from the date of announcement.
The Chinese Football Association will resolutely deal with all kinds of violations of rules and disciplines in accordance with the “Chinese Football Association Disciplinary Guidelines” and purify the atmosphere of the game. It is hoped that all participating parties can jointly maintain the order of the game and the hard-won football development environment.
Disciplinary Committee of the Chinese Football Association
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