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Juliao Fined by Disciplinary Committee

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Sporting KC right back, Igor Juliao was fined today by the MLS disciplinary committee for an incident after KC's 1-0 loss to DC last weekend. After the game, the two teams came together on the field as a scuffle occurred. The video that MLS shows of the incident does not show what caused the scuffle to occur, it just shows Juliao getting his hands into the face of DC midfielder Davy Arnaud.

MLS Disciplinary Committee fines Crew’s Gonzalez for embellishment

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By FRANCO PANIZO

Giancarlo Gonzalez's embellishment late on Sunday has not gone unpunished.

The MLS Disciplinary Committee announced on Tuesday that it has fined Gonzalez an undisclosed amount for trying to dupe match officials into thinking he had been struck by Chris Wondolowski late in the 1-1 draw between the Columbus Crew and San Jose Earthquakes.

Dempsey, Palmer, Armando fined and suspended by MLS

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By DAN KARELL

Whether or not Seattle Sounders Designated Player Clint Dempsey meant to hit Toronto FC defender Mark Bloom below the belt last Saturday, he's suffering the consequences.

The Major League Soccer Disciplinary Committee announced on Friday that Dempsey has been suspended for two matches and fined an undisclosed amount for violent conduct.

MLS Disciplinary Committee fines Silva for diving

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By FRANCO PANIZO

The MLS Disciplinary Committee is back and Luis Silva is the first to feel its wrath this season.

MLS announced on Thursday that the Disciplinary Committee unanimously agreed to fine Silva an undisclosed amount for diving in D.

MLS Ticker: Former league exec Rodriguez tabbed to lead Chivas USA; international call-ups galore; and more

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By DAN ITEL AND DAN KARELL

MLS continued to put its mark on Chivas USA, which it purchased last week from former owners Jorge Vergara and Angelica Fuentes, with the announcement Wednesday that former league executive Nelson Rodriguez is the club's new president.

Rodriguez recently served as the league's executive vice president of competition, technical and game operations and was the public face of the Disciplinary Committee after it was created in 2012.

Bowen, Farfan suspended additional game, Arena fined for comments on officials

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By DAN KARELL

The Major League Soccer Disciplinary Committee didn't take too kindly to the actions of two Chivas USA players last Sunday.

Both Gabe Farfan and Tristan Bowen have been suspended one game and fined undisclosed amounts for their actions during the 1-1 draw with the Colorado Rapids, the Disciplinary Committee announced.

MLS disciplinary committee suspends and fines De Rosario

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BY DAN KARELL

Major League Soccer's Disciplinary Committee has announced that DC United captain Dwayne De Rosario has been suspended for two matches and fined an undisclosed amount, following a red card for violent conduct in a pre-season match.

De Rosario was shown the red card in the 60th minute of a match against the Philadelphia Union on February 23, after a tackle to Philadelphia's Danny Cruz.

Diving in Soccer and What Needs to Be Done

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Diving or embellishment has been an issue in soccer for a long time. FIFA have started to hammer down on diving recently by issuing yellow cards to players who embellish a foul. In North America, Major League Soccer implemented fines and suspensions in 2011 for diving. The league's Disciplinary Committee reviews possible embellishments after games and can distribute fines or suspensions accordingly.

MLS Disciplinary Committee fines Feilhaber, Hernandez and Impact

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As far as the MLS Disciplinary Committee goes, there's apparently no such thing as a week off.

While most MLS clubs were enjoying some free time due to the international break, the MLS Disciplinary Committee was hard at work and they handed out three punishments for actions that happened prior to the stoppage in league play on Monday.

FC Dallas Gets Fined by MLS for Unknown Reason

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The MLS Disciplinary Committee fined FCD today without saying why. Nor was the fine directed at a specific person beyond the FCD bench. If I had to guess the club was fine for some post game rules violation that has to do with game ops and bench positioning or celebration conduct. I've sent an email [.

MLS fines Olsen, Dallas

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Major League Soccer's Disciplinary Committee announced on Wednesday that DC United coach Ben Olsen had been fined for critical comments concerning the officiating following DC's August 19th game against Philadelphia. The Disciplinary Committee also announced that FC Dallas was fined for "improper bench behavior" against Real Salt Lake on August 17th.

KOSS: Episode 01

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On this convening of the round table Zach, Jeremiah and Ryan discuss the latest controversies surrounding suspensions and officiating in MLS. The Knights wonder if increased transparency would help alleviate many of the problems the league is facing on these fronts.

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Talking Barry Robson and the MLS DC

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Barry Robson has to learn that MLS refs are different than European refs. (Getty Images)

I wish I had more time over the weekend to really go into this. Saturday morning an email went out to the media regarding the suspension of Vancouver Whitecaps midfielder Barry Robson for his actions on last Wednesday night against FC Dallas.

MLS Disciplinary Committee suspends Rivas, fines Wondolowski

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It was only a matter of time before Nelson Rivas received a decision from the MLS Disciplinary Committee on his headbutt of the Philadelphia Union's Antoine Hoppenot, and as expected, the Montreal Impact defender faced some harsh punishment.

Rivas was suspended for two additional games, on top of the automatic one-game suspension that accompanies his red card, MLS announced Thursday.

Rivas Gets Two Additional Games For Head Butt

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The MLS Disciplinary Committee has suspended Montreal Impact defender Nelson Rivas two additional games and fined him an undisclosed amount for head butting Philadelphia Union forward Antoine Hoppenot in the 68th minute of their game on Aug. 4.

Rivas was issued a red card at the time and will be out for a total of three games.

MLS Week 20: A Look Ahead

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By THOMAS FLOYD

The Los Angeles Galaxy will be out for a dose of SuperClasico revenge this weekend.

Chivas USA grabbed its first win in the Home Depot Center rivalry since 2007 with a 1-0 triumph in May. Come Saturday, the Galaxy will look to even the season series and widen their narrow lead over Chivas for the fifth and final Western Conference playoff slot.

FIFA

Barcelona Given Transfer Ban By FIFA

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Stunning news for FIFA that they have handed FC Barcelona a transfer ban for the next TWO transfer windows (this summer and next winter) for irregularities in the signing of 12 foreign players under the age of 18.

The FIFA investigation was reportedly centred on several minors who were registered by the club and participated in tournaments between 2009 and 2013.

Olympics 2012 Soccer – FIFA reviewing ‘sucker-punch’ to Abby Wambach

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The disciplinary committee of existence soccer's governing carcass is reexamining the played to the phiz that leaved U.S. forrad Abby Wambach with a sinister oculus during a contest against Colombia at the Olympics.

Sporting Kansas City

Wingert Picks Up an Extra Game Suspension for Challenge on Kamara

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Real Salt Lake defender, Chris Wingert missed the final 24 minutes of his team's 2-1 loss to Sporting KC this past weekend after picking up a second yellow for pulling back on Soony Saad as he went past him. Many Sporting KC fans though felt that the red card came 65 minutes too late. Just a few seconds into the game Wingert and Kei Kamara went up for a long ball from Ike Opara.

Is Bieler Starting to Get a Rep?

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For the second time in the last three games, Sporting KC forward, Claudio Bieler has been the center of an incident on the field involving Bieler striking an opponent. A few weeks ago it was a forearm/elbow to the throat area of Brandon McDonald in KC's 1-0 win over DC. Then this past Saturday night against the LA Galaxy, another incident occurred.

Should Bieler be Suspended?

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Sporting KC came away with a 1-0 win over DC United on Friday night to improve the team's record to 3-1-2 on the season thanks to an 89th minute goal from Claudio Bieler. Some DC players though felt that Bieler shouldn't have even been on the field at that time to score the winning goal. The argument is that Bieler should have been sent off in the 25th minute for an elbow to the chest/throat of DC United defender Brandon McDonald.

Henry Suspended and New York Tifo Failure

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Not directly related to Sporting KC, but some news from Wednesday night's game against New York.

Henry Suspended

It wasn't in the match highlights, but in second half stoppage time as Kansas City was making a substitution before a New York corner, Thierry Henry started to make a run across goal.

Seattle Sounders

Nagamura Suspended by Disciplinary Committee

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MLS' disciplinary committee came out today with suspensions and fines from this past weekend's game ahead of tomorrow's slate of games. Unfortunately for Sporting KC, they'll be without Paulo Nagamura now for tomorrow's game against the Seattle Sounders. Nagamura was retroactively suspended for stepping on Edgar Mejia's fingers in the 52nd minute of Sporting's 4-0 win on Sunday.

MLS Disciplinary Committee Suspends Three

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The MLS Disciplinary Committee has handed down some fines and suspension today.

  • Koffie
  • Camara
  • Bernardez
Vancouver Whitecaps FC defender Gershon Koffie is suspended one game and fined an undisclosed amount for endangering the safety of his opponent, Seattle Sounders FC midfielder Andy Rose, in the 91st minute of the game on Aug.

Gershon Koffie Suspended for One Game

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Vancouver Whitecaps Midfielder Gershon Koffie was suspended by the MLS Disciplinary Committee for one game and fined an undisclosed amount in the wake of his actions on Saturday afternoon at Century Link Field. The suspension was handed down for the dangerous play where he kicked Andy Rose in the chest.

Koffie, Camara, Bernardez suspended by MLS Disciplinary Committee

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The MLS Disciplinary Committee had plenty of incidents to sift through from this past week, and three more players have received bans for harsh fouls.

Vancouver Whitecaps midfielder Gershon Koffie, Montreal Impact defender Hassoun Camara and San Jose Earthquakes defender Victor Bernardez were all suspended for a game and fined an undisclosed amount for their actions.

MLS Disciplinary Committee fines and suspends Robson

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The MLS Disciplinary Committee have received plenty of flak this season for some of their decisions, but the latest suspension they handed out is sure to raise more than a few eyebrows and questions.

Hours before the Vancouver Whitecaps were set to take on rivals the Seattle Sounders, the MLS Disciplinary Committee banned Vancouver midfielder Barry Robson one game and fined him an undisclosed amount.

Whitecaps MF Barry Robson Suspended For Game Vs. Sounders

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The already short-handed Vancouver Whitecaps will be a little more so after learning that Designated Player Barry Robson was suspended for Saturday's game against the Seattle Sounders. The MLS Disciplinary Committee announced the punishment for "aggravated dissent against an assistant referee" on Saturday morning, just hours before the scheduled kickoff time.

D.C. United

Andy Najar suspended two more games, will miss conference finals

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Andy Najar has been suspended two additional games by the MLS Disciplinary Committee, meaning he'll miss all of D.C. United's Eastern Conference final against the Houston Dynamo. Najar had already sat out the mandatory one game suspension he received after being shown a red card for throwing the ball at the referee in the first leg of the Eastern Conference semifinals against theNew York Red Bulls.

Union Freekicks - Wednesday, August 22nd

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Analysis & player ratings: DCU 1-1 Union

Player ratings and thoughts on D.C. United game.

Philadelphians Abroad: Locals vie for USL Championship

Recaps of the week for Philadelphia raised soccer players abroad.

Union newcomer Danny Cruz enjoys surreal return to RFK

Danny Cruz made a return to RFK stadium just days after leaving D.

Antonio Conte

Antonio Conte banned for 10 months after match fixing scandal

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Juventus coach Antonio Conte has been banned for 10 months

Robin Van Persie can rule out going to Juventus.

Their manager, Antonio Conte was banned for 10 months following a sentencing handed down by the Italian Football Federation's Disciplinary Committee on match fixing charges while he was coaching Siena.

Juventus Coach Suspended For 10 Months

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Juventus coach Antonio Conte has been banned for 10 months for failing to report alleged match-fixing involving Siena when he managed them in the 2010-11 Serie B season.

Conte had a plea bargain deal rejected by the Italian federation (FIGC) earlier this month, a proposal which would have seen him serve a three-month suspension and pay a fine of 200,000 euros, and the federation have now confirmed the 10-month sanction.

The Rest

CONCACAF suspends Klinsmann for Gold Cup final

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By DAN KARELL

The U.S. Men's National Team will be without their head coach in Sunday's Gold Cup final.

CONCACAF's Disciplinary Committee made public their decision to suspend Jurgen Klinsmann for one match due to what the Committee called "showing dissent towards the referee by throwing the ball in a violent manner.

Rapids Try To Get Back On Track In Chicago

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A quick turnaround for Colorado as they're out in Chicago to start the post-Pablo era. The Rapids may have wanted to use a train to get there as multiple cancellations and a tornado touching down at DIA delayed their flight out today. They also left without Atiba Harris (red card), Hendry Thomas (suspended today by the Disciplinary Committee), and head coach Oscar Pareja (standard one game suspension for leaving the technical area).

Impact 2 Fire 0 - recap and ratings

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A decent first half followed by a completely listless second led to the Fire's fifth loss of the season. The visitors were at least competitive in the initial 45 and it seemed like there was a chance to gain a result with Montreal having played a mid week non-league game. That wasn't the case as the Impact were the aggressor after the break and all hope was extinguished when Jeff Larentowicz was shown a straight red card for tripping Andrea Pisanu and denying him a goal scoring opportunity in the eyes of referee Fotis Bazakos.

Thursday notes - Thompson suspended, Podcast Episode 30, Hauptman addresses player acquisitions, and more

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The Fire got more bad news regarding the right back position today with the league's announcement that Wells Thompson has been suspended for 1 match after his challenge on Agustin Viana this past Saturday. Thompson received a yellow card from referee Chris Penso but the Disciplinary Committee felt further action was necessary.

Siena ‘match-fixer’ Emanuele Pesoli chains himself to Italian FA in protest

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An Italian footballer accused of match-fixing has chained himself to the headquarters of the Italian FA to protest against his three-year ban from the game. Former Siena defender Emanuele Pesoli, now with Hellas Verona, took the drastic measure after an FA disciplinary committee handed the ban to him on Friday.

Dynamo at New York Red Bulls: Didn't We Just Play This Game?

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Last Friday the Dynamo defeated the New York Red Bulls 2-0 at BBVA Compass Stadium. Tonight, the Dynamo will play the New York Red Bulls again, this time at Red Bull Arena. The venue may be different but this game still feels like a brush with deja vu. Oh MLS and you're quirky scheduling...and mid-season rule changes.

Waiting on a decision

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Following the Nelson Rivas headbutt to Antoine Hoppenot, PSP looks at the Disciplinary Committee's guidelines and past decisions to understand how much additional suspension might be expected and when a decision could be announced. Also, why the club may have decided not to appeal Jack McInerney's red card.

Ben Arfa In The Dock – Father In Altercation With His Agent

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A hearing is going on before a disciplinary committee today, into the goings on in the French squad during the Euro 2012 tournament, and the four players involved and giving evidence at the hearing are Newcastle's Ben Arfa, Manchester City's Samir Nasri, Renne's Yann M'Vila and PSG's Jeremy Menez.