The Conmebol has suspended Lionel Messi for a quarter of a year after his announcements during the Copa América. The Argentine will likewise need to pay a fine of 50,000 dollars.
CONMEBOL has distributed the approval to the Argentina captain for his disputable explanations against he was sent-off in the game against Chile.
The Argentina skipper accused the association of corruption after getting a red card during the third/fourth Play-Off match against Chile as he accepted that Conmebol had been favoring Brazil all through the competition.
The suspension starts from today, August 3, and will keep going for 90 days, in which Messi will just miss three games for the Albiceleste, three friendlies against Chile, Mexico and Germany.
Accordingly, Messi will most likely component in the passing counterparts for the 2022 World Cup in Qatar, with the exception of the principal game as he should serve the one-coordinate boycott for the red card he grabbed against Chile.
Messi still have 7 days to make an intrigue for this judgment.
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