K-League 1 Jeonbuk Hyundai Hong Jeong-ho and Kim Moon-hwan protested against the referee’s decision and were punished by the Korea Professional Football Federation for their violent words and actions.
스포츠토토 On the 8th, the Professional Football League announced that “the second round of punishment and punishment committee was held and imposed a sanction of 5 million won on Hong Jeong-ho and 3 million won on Kim Moon-hwan.”
The federation said, “Hong Jeong-ho was sent off on the 29th of last month for protesting the decision during the match between Jeonbuk and Gangwon FC and making violent comments towards the referee and third referee. He said, “he explained the background of the disciplinary action.
The Jeonbuk club was also punished.
The federation added, “We impose a penalty of 7 million won on the Jeonbuk club for a case in which a spectator climbed over the railing and entered the ground after the game was over.”
In the Hanawon Q K League 1 2023 round 10 home game against Gangwon held at Jeonju World Cup Stadium, Jeonbuk gave up the winning goal to Yang Hyun-jun in the second half of extra time and lost 0-1.
Jeonbuk players immediately protested strongly to the referee and third referee.
The moment Yang Hyeon-jun competed with Jeonbuk Kim Geon-woong was the point at which 55 seconds had passed even after all the 4 minutes given as extra time had passed.
The fact that no foul was given to Yang Hyeon-Jun, who knocked down Kim Gun-Woong by rushing in at high speed, also seems to have raised the dissatisfaction of Jeonbuk players.
Hong Jeong-ho followed referee Kim Young-soo and protested vehemently even while his teammates tried to stop him. He continued to protest even after his exit.
Kim Moon-hwan, who also protested to the assistant referee, received a red card straight away one minute later.