Sandro, a foreign player of the K League 1 Gwangju FC, who was involved in a collision while driving without an international driver’s license, was suspended for 60 days.스포츠토토
On the 19th, the Korea Professional Football Federation (KFA) announced that “Sandro, who was found to have been driving without an international driver’s license, was banned from participating in K-League official matches for 60 days.”
‘Activity Suspension’ is a measure to temporarily suspend K-League-related activities for 60 days when it is difficult to review through the reward and punishment committee in a short period of time for a player who has caused social controversy.
This disciplinary action will be applied from the 14th round of the K-League 1 scheduled for the 20th, and the federation will hold a reward and punishment committee later to determine the level of formal disciplinary action.
According to the Gwangju club, Sandro, who obtained a driver’s license in Brazil, collided with the car in front while driving a rental car on the 18th without having yet been issued an international driver’s license required for driving in Korea, resulting in property damage.
On the 19th, Sandro, who voluntarily reported to the Gwangju West Police Station, was suspended until the federation discipline was confirmed.
Sandro obtained a driver’s license in December last year, but has submitted an official document to the club stating that the issuance of an international driver’s license is being delayed due to problems with the administrative system of the local government in Brazil.
An official from the club said, “It is said that he has been driving in Brazil, but he took the wheel and caused an accident without securing the formal qualifications used in Korea.