Written By Jacobs Dunga

The AFC have rolled out fines to clubs and SPL sides are not left out.

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Following the conclusion of the knockout stages of the AFC Champions League, the Disciplinary Committee have addressed every misconduct and offense as they prepare for the final.

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Al Nassr were fined $2,250 for misconduct of five persons representing the team after they were said to have violated Article 53/1.

For having three persons access the pitch without accreditation cards against Sepahan in Iran, Al Hilal were fined $3,000.

Both Saudi Pro League sides were dumped out of the Champions League by UAE club Al Ain.


Following fines handed out to the clubs, players were also suspended for their offensive actions.

Aymen Yahya of Al Nassr has been suspended for three games for his involvement in the commotion that happened against Al Ain on March 11.

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Spanish defender Aymeric Laporte of Al Nassr has also been suspended for the same number of matches for his sending off against the Emirates club.

Kante also saw red in the game against Al Hilal and will pay a fine of $1,000 and a two game suspension.

Abdulrazzak Hamdallah got a three match suspension with one being automatic for continental competitions.

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