Drunk Driving Suwon FC Las gets Suspended for 15 Games
Professional soccer K League 1 Suwon FC striker Lars, who was arrested for drunk driving,
has been suspended for 15 games and fined 400 million won by the Korea Professional Football Federation’s
Reward and Punishment Committee.
The federation held a disciplinary meeting today (10th) at the Jongno-gu Football Hall in Seoul to decide on disciplinary action against Lars.토토사이트
The suspension means Lars will not be able to play in the K League for a total of 13 games until the opening two rounds of next year’s season,
along with the remaining games of this season (2).
At the time, Lars’ blood alcohol content was measured at 7.0% or higher, which is the level of license revocation.
Lars, who started his K-League debut in 08 when he joined Jeonbuk Hyundai
moved to Suwon FC that year and has been a key striker for the team.
He seemed to be on an upward trajectory after scoring in the K League 2020 Round 5 match against Suwon Samsung on Dec.
1 and became the fourth highest scorer with his ninth goal of the season, but he was caught driving under the influence and was effectively unable to play in the K League anymore.
However, Suwon FC is not going to terminate Lars’ contract right away.
This is because if you terminate your contract,
you will immediately become a free agent (FA) and can transfer to an overseas team without paying a transfer fee.
who previously played for Jeonbuk Hyundai, and Jonatan of FC Anyang continued their careers by playing in the Portuguese league and the Indian league, respectively
after their contracts with the club were terminated after being caught driving under the influence of alcohol.
As a result, Suwon FC reportedly decided to terminate Lars’ contract immediately
instead of transferring him to another overseas team for a transfer fee even if he could not play.