SEOUL, Oct. 4 (Yonhap) – The Korea Professional Football Association (KPFA) has handed down sanctions to Anyang FC in connection with the club’s owner, Anyang Mayor Choi Max-ho, making negative comments about refereeing decisions on social networking services (SN).The professional league held its ninth punishment committee on Thursday to deliberate and decide on disciplinary actions against K League 2 FC Anyang and K League 1 Jeonbuk Hyundai. Anyang was fined 2 million won ($1.2 million) for its owner, Anyang Mayor Choi Max-ho, posting negative 스포츠토토 comments about refereeing decisions on social media on March 28.”As the owner of FC Anyang, I strongly protest the unfair refereeing decisions of the Korea Football Association and the Korea Professional Football League,” Choi wrote on social media after the match between Busan I-Park and Hana One Q K League 2 at the Busan Asian Games on March 24.The KFA also fined Jeonbuk 1.5 million won ($1.5 million) for throwing a plastic bottle onto the field during a match between the Pohang Steelers and Jeonbuk Hyundai on March 21.

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