Professional soccer K League 1 Gwangju FC foreign player Sandro (33, Brazil) was suspended indefinitely for driving without a license.
On the 19th, Gwangju FC said, “On the 18th, we confirmed that Sandro violated the Road Traffic Act (driving without a license).” “According to the team operation regulations and professional soccer player contract, we have been suspended from business trips indefinitely until punishment by the reward and punishment committee, and we have reported the matter to the Korea Professional Football Federation.”
On the 18th, Sandro drove his rental car and collided with the vehicle in front waiting for a traffic light without an international driver’s license issued (obtaining a driver’s license in his country). He voluntarily reported to the Gwangju West Police Station for causing the property damage accident. 토토사이트
In December of last year, Sandro obtained a domestic driver’s license, but the issuance of the driver’s license was delayed due to the migration and update of the new driver’s license system in the state of Para, Brazil. A government document regarding this has been submitted to the club.
The federation, which was reported about the incident, decided to suspend Sandro’s activities for 60 days according to the rules and hold a reward and punishment committee later. Depending on the result of the reward and punishment committee, additional disciplinary action of up to 90 days may be imposed.
Sandro joined Gwangju FC, which belonged to K-League 2 last year, and contributed to the promotion of the team by scoring 7 goals and 4 assists. He has recorded one goal and two assists in 12 games this season.
This is a big bad news for Gwangju FC, which is in 9th place with 4 wins, 2 draws, 7 losses and 14 points this season.