Juan Camilo ‘Cucho’ Hernandez Allowed to Use Offensive Language in MLS Colombians Abroad

the season Juan Camilo ‘Cucho’ Hernandez In the current season Milli He’s been an everyday surprise for the Columbus Crew, where he’s scored nine goals in 15 games.

However, the 23-year-old striker has been fined by Major League Soccer for using offensive language against the New York Red Bulls during Matchday 30 of the US Championship.

Likewise, the league confirmed that the problem with ‘Gucho’ Hernandez was rooted in the fact that he had not received league-mandated training in the banned language, which the club is required to do when signing a foreign player.

Hernandez did not receive the league-mandated training on prohibited language required of all players upon joining an MLS team. mentioned in the report.

For now, Juan Camilo ‘Gucho’ Hernandez cannot enter training while serving a sanction and restricted MLS usage, and will be suspended from the Columbus Crew until at least the next game until he meets the requirement.

His Columbus Crew are currently struggling to make the play-offs and their direct rivals are Inter Miami, who have a similar unit to the Colombian side but beat them on goal difference.

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