FC Goa Fined Rs. 50 Lakhs For ISL Final Incident

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Indian Super League side FC Goa has been fined an amount of Rs. 50 Lakhs for boycotting the prize distribution ceremony of 2015 ISL final.

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FC Goa has been fined Rs. 50 Lakhs

FC Goa, who lost out 2-3 to Chennaiyin FC in the final of the second edition of the league boycotted the ceremony claiming that the match was fixed.

FC Goa, who lost out 2-3 to Chennaiyin FC in the final of the second edition of the league boycotted the ceremony claiming that the match was fixed.

“FC Goa has been fined Rs 50 lakhs (which is to be paid within 10 days) for not attending the post match Presentation Ceremony of the Hero ISL Final 2015,” the All India Football Federation said in a statement.

FC Goa had earlier said that they boycotted the ceremony as the Indian Super League body failed to take action against Chennai’s Elano who apparently abused FC Goa co-owner Dattarag Salgaocar.

“Furthermore, Mr. Rajesh Malgi, Equipment Manager, FC Goa has been suspended for four matches of Hero ISL and also fined Rs 1 lakh for using offensive gestures and abusive language against the match officials after the final whistle of the Hero ISL 2015,” added the AIFF Statement.

AIFF took action after issuing the show cause notice to FC Goa under its Disciplinary code and ISL Regulations.

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  • Shibshankar Chatterjee

    FCG team did wrong for not attending the funeral ceremony even though their claim was not wrong!