New Chicago player Arnaldo González was sent off in the last game against Atlanta at Villa Crespo and, while retiring from the field of play, he made anti-Semitic gestures to the Bohemian fans who were in the audience.
This attitude against the Jewish community did not go down well at all in the world of soccer. A complaint was made about what had happened, the situation was left to the authorities and some asked that Pitu go to prison.
However, the one that took letters in the matter was the Argentine Soccer Discipline Court. This Thursday the final decision came out and González received ten suspension dates, so the rest of the First National will be lost.
It should be noted that, once the match ended, the player recorded a video and was sorry for his actions. However, when he had to appear, he refused to testify and the Court did not forgive him. Do you think it is a good sanction?
Arnaldo González apologized to the people of Atlanta