Messi Would Be Suspended Six Months For Conject Attacks – ESPN

The Conmebol Ethics Commission would issue its ruling next week against the Argentine player, Lionel Messi, who described the governing body of South American football as “corrupt.”

“Next week, Messi’s statements will fail. They would give him six months of suspension and those months of suspension can reach them on FIFA dates,” said Diego Monroy, an ESPN journalist this afternoon.

“Messi would be lost: Argentina vs. Chile, Argentina vs. Mexico, in September. In October, Germany vs. Argentina and Argentina vs. the Basque national team would be lost; and in November, Argentina vs. Saudi Arabia and Argentina vs. Brazil,” added the pressman .

If confirmed by the journalist Diego Monroy in the ESPN FC program, Lionel Andrés Messi Cuccittini, 32, could not be taken into account for the matches of the Argentine National Soccer Team for the remainder of 2019.

The Albiceleste player received from Conmebol a suspension date and the payment of $1,500 for the expulsion he received before Chile, in the duel for the third place of the 2019 Copa América, which motivated his statements against the governing body of South American football


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