CONCACAF punishes Suriname’s vice president for viral video – Soccer Sports

CONCACAF was disqualified from participating in related activities for three years after a viral video showing Suriname’s Vice President Ronnie Brunswik giving money to players on a hostile football team.

Last Tuesday video Capturing shirtless Brunswijk, who owns Suriname’s football club InterMoengotapoe, looks like cash to Olympia players and visitors’ changing room staff after the team loses to Honduras 6-0 in a CONCACAF League match I handed out things.

Brunswick was given an Olympia jersey when he left the changing room.

CONCACAF statement A statement released on Saturday said: “As a result of assessing the behavior demonstrated in the video and reviewing the statements provided by both clubs, the Commission determined that a serious violation of the integrity rules had occurred after the match.

“As a result of these rule violations, both clubs were disqualified and immediately removed from this year’s CONCACAF League. In addition, the Commission banned Ronnie Brownswike from participating in the CONCACAF tournament for three years. It was decided to be done. “

In addition to the video, Brunswijk Made a headline when he played the game At Franklin Essed Stadium in Paramaribo, the capital of Suriname. By doing so, Brown Swike has become the oldest playerAt the age of 60, participated in an international club tournament.

He played for 54 minutes and launched an attack with his son Damian Brunswick. Damian Brunswyk was replaced after playing for 29 minutes.

Elder Brunswick took office in July as Vice President of the South American country.

– Soccer Sports

CONCACAF punishes Suriname’s vice president for viral video CONCACAF punishes Suriname’s vice president for viral video

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