The sanction against Querétaro Club’s former sporting president, Adolfo Ríos, began on March 24 and has been reduced to one year, so he can return to action in 2023.
Mexico — The Mexican Football Federation (FMF) reduced A year The disqualification of the former sports president of Club Querétaro, Adolph RiversAfter the violent incidents at La Corregidora Stadium on March 5.
ESPN Received a copy of the letterhead from FMFSecretary General Íñigo Riestra signed and dated yesterday, Monday, July 4, in which he informs Adolph Rivers Decision of the Executive Committee of FMFAfter a request for review of the case filed by the former director.
“It is important to point out that although the original clearance was imposed by the Liga MX assembly 5 years periodAfter examining his request, the Election Commission (Commission) agreed to reduce the period 1 year disqualification”, reads the letter from the Chief Secretariat FMF enabled Jose Adolfo Rios Garcia.
The body notes that this includes disqualification Adolph Rivers Must not hold a leadership or management position in any affiliated club FMF The permit came into effect from March 24 last.
“I requested to remove the permission and the answer I got was to reduce it, I have exhausted all the events and got this answer. I am calm and I am sure that it was never my responsibility,” he said. Rivers A ESPN.
However, the former professional goalkeeper of teams such as America and Necaxa will continue to try to reduce the clearance to zero, as he is not responsible for any act or omission that caused the fight between Queretaro and the members. Atlas bars in competition. Previously on March 5 at La Correguidora, inside and outside the stadium.