Nepal Fined By AFC

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According to the article under the Asian Football Confederation (AFC) disciplinary rule, Nepal has been imposed US $ 2000 for collecting four yellow cards during their AFC Challenge Cup group game against DPR Korea.

The AFC has confirmed that Nepal has been imposed such huge amount fine. Nepal's Nirajan Khadka, Rakesh Shrestha, Jumanu Rai and Yugal Kishor Rai were cautioned during the match which violates Article 54(1) of the AFC Disciplinary Code.

The Article 54(1) stipulates a maximum fine of US$10,000 when four or more players from a team are cautioned during one match.

However, AFC has clarified that Nepal team will have no right to appeal against the decision.

Earlier, some years back, Nepal team was fined US $ 10,000 when Nepalese spectators clashed with Malaysian National team in Hongkong when Nepal team equalized 1-1 against them.

Similarly, The AFC Disciplinary Committee imposed fines and suspensions on Tajikistan's Davrondzhon Tukhtasunov, DPR Korea's Choe Myong-ho and Pak Nam-chol for their violent conducts during the AFC Challenge Cup semi-final. Tukhtasunov has been suspended for two matches and fined US$3000 for striking DPR Korea's Yun Yong-il head while shaking hands after the final whistle which is in violation of Article 49(1) of the AFC Disciplinary Code.

The striker will not be eligible to play in the final against India and any subsequent official match of the Tajikistan national team.

Nepal Fined By AFC Reviewed by admin Ucop on 7:38 PM Rating: 5

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