K-League Ulsan ‘Racism Controversy’ to be Held Today

K League Ulsan ‘racism controversy’ punishment committee to be held today

The Korea Professional Football League will hold a punishment committee at 2 p.m. today (Feb. 22) for Ulsan Hyundai players who recently made racist remarks on social media. This is the first time the K League, which was founded in 1983, has held a punishment committee for racism. Ulsan’s Lee Kyu-sung, Park Yong-woo, and others were embroiled in a 카지노 racism controversy after teammate Lee Myung-jae mentioned the name of Thai player Sasalak, who played for Jeonbuk Hyundai in 2021, on his Instagram account. With four players – Lee Myung-jae, Lee Kyu-sung, Jung Seung-hyun, and Park Yong-woo – and their team manager appearing before the tribunal, attention will be focused on the level of punishment.

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