The CAF Disciplinary Board, on the weekend, took disciplinary action against Ghana’s Benjamin Tetteh and Mali’s Bilal Toure.
The continental soccer governing physique moreover fined Gabon $20000.
CAF took the option following a meeting held on Saturday to deliberate on a substitute of incidents that came about on the continued 2021 Africa Cup of Countries, AFCON, in Cameroon.
It disclosed this in an announcement via its web place on Saturday.
The statement read in phase, “CAF Disciplinary Board determined to:
“To suspend Ghana player, Benjamin Tetteh, for one extra game match along with to to his automated suspension of two matches. This means that, the player has been suspended for 3 matches.
“The Disciplinary Board has moreover issued a stern warning to both teams for his or her unsportsmanship behaviour after referees’ tubby-time whistle.
“Mali Soccer Federation contested the red card awarded to their player, Bilal Toure of their AFCON fixture against Tunisia on 12 January 2022 in Limbe.
“CAF Disciplinary Board upheld the option of the referee. This means that, Toure is suspended for 2 matches.
“Gabon used to be charged with violating the CAF Guidelines and Directives at some stage in the framework of the Africa Cup of Countries. On 6 January 2022, Gabon allegedly went against CAF instructions and modified their resort with out permission from CAF.”
The statement added, “The CAF Disciplinary Board stumbled on Gabon guilty and imposed a sexy of USD 20,000 for non-compliance with CAF’s directives.”