Wednesday, October 5, 2022

FIFA Fines Nigeria, Germany, Argentina And Others For Crowd Disorder

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The Fédération Internationale de Football Association (FIFA) has launched a fine streak on Nigeria, Germany, Argentina, Czech, Panama, Switzerland, Chile, Ecuador, Brazil, Uruguay, Iran, Ukraine and Mexico for disorderly conduct among fans in their recent international matches.
Nigeria was fined $31,000 for crowd disorder in our 4-0 in last month’s world cup qualifying match against Cameroon. Germany was fined $33,000 for Nazi chants among fans in their world cup qualifying match against the Czech Republic. Argentina was fined $57,000 for the verbal exchange of chants between their fans and the Uruguayan fans in their qualifying match against Uruguay. Uruguay was also fined $27,750 for the same reason.
Other fined countries include: Brazil ($10,300), Panama ($51,500), Hungary ($20,600) Chile ($36,000) Ecuador ($20,600) Mexico ($10,300), Czech ($5,150).
The recent financial punishment was implemented by the governing body to reduce incidents of fans making hate chants in football matches to the barest minimum.
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