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Argentine Nicolás Larcamón, coach of León FC, was punished with a two-game suspension in Liga MXthis after insulting the refereeing body in the game in which his team tied at home against Rayados de Monterrey.
The Argentine coach exploded against the referee after he sentenced a controversial penalty which ended up meaning the equalizer goal for Rayados against La Fiera. Faced with this reality, the Fox Sports journalist, Paco Montes, reported that Larcamón would have been suspended for a total of two games in which you will not be able to sit on the bench of your team.
Likewise, the Argentine footballer Adonnis Frías, who left the aforementioned game at minute 85, will also serve a suspension but for only one game for the claims to the arbitration shortlist that did not have them all with them in that game.
Larcamón claimed a previous foul against his team before the maximum penalty was whistled that sentenced the equalizer of the match. Currently, León occupies the seventh box with 12 points as a result of three draws, three wins and two losses.
The next meeting of La Fiera will be in their stadium when they receive their similar from Atlético San Luisa team that currently occupies box number 13 with nine units.
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