CONMEBOL Issues 10 New Disciplinary Decisions

CONMEBOL Issues 10 New Disciplinary Decisions
On 10 and 12 November 2020, the CONMEBOL Single Judge published ten disciplinary decisions after nine Copa Sudamericana and one Copa Libertadores matches, sanctioning several individuals and four clubs. The aforementioned decisions were taken on 5, 6, 9, and 12 November 2020.

The CONMEBOL Disciplinary Unit and its Single Judge found four clubs, three players, three coaches, and one official guilty of breaching several CONMEBOL provisions. The resulting sanctions are explained in detail below.

CONMEBOL Single Judge Decision CS.O-37-20

A USD 3,500 (approx. EUR 3,000) fine was imposed upon Club Deportes Unión La Calera (Chile). The club was also officially warned and informed that a repeat violation of the relevant CONMEBOL Regulations would be met with more severe punishment. The Chilean club was found guilty of breaching:

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