MLS Disciplinary Committee fines Columbus Crew's Bernardo Anor, Chivas USA's Wilmer Cabrera

Last weekend's dust-up between the Crew and D.C. United didn't go unnoticed by the MLS Disciplinary Committee.

On Friday it issued an official warning to the Crew and D.C. for violating the league’s mass confrontation policy in the 72nd minute of their game on April 19. It was both teams' first violation of the season. The Committee identified Columbus Crew midfielder Bernardo Añor as an individual who instigated/escalated the incident and fined him an undisclosed amount (VIDEO).
 
In addition, MLS Commissioner Don Garber fined Chivas USA head coach Wilmer Cabrera an undisclosed amount for public criticism of the officials after the April 19 game against the Seattle Sounders FC.

2014 MLS DISCIPLINARY COMMITTEE DECISIONS:

Week 7: Crew's Bernardo Anor fined for mass confrontation, Chivas USA's Wilmer Cabrera fined

Week 6: Crew's Giancarlo Gonzalez fined for embellishment

Week 5: DC's Lewis Neal suspended, Revolution's Jay Heaps is fined

Week 4: Toronto's Steven Caldwell suspended; Colorado's Drew Moor fined

Week 3: Toronto's Jackson and Portland's Donovan Ricketts are suspended

Week 2: Seattle's Clint Dempsey, two other players suspended

Week 1: DC's Luis Silva fined for simulation