The Argentine Lionel Messi sanction is already known, after his third-place match against Chile, in the Copa America in Brazil.
The disciplinary court decided to impose the automatic sanction corresponding to expulsion and without additional sanctions. Messi will also pay a fine of $ 1,500, as specified in the sanctions bulletin.
Messi was expelled after a clash with Gary Medel, a Chilean player. Both players criticized the arbitration of Mario Díaz, Paraguay. "Corruption and referees don't allow people to enjoy the game"Messi said that day.
However, there are still no sanctions resolutions for these statements. TIME knew that there are other ongoing processes against & # 39; 10 & # 39; Don't get the medal and their statements.
In Argentina, there is concern about the sanction the player would receive for his statements, and more so after the penalty shootout was imposed on the president of the United Nations, Claudio Tapia, To withdraw him from his interim position in the FIFA Council, for his criticism of the South American football body.