Brian Dunseth's fine is reduced
NEW YORK - Major League Soccer Commissioner Don
Garber today reduced the fine handed down to Real Salt Lake defender
Brian Dunseth on Tuesday from $1000 to $750 after a full review.
On Tuesday, September 20, the MLS Disciplinary Committee suspended
Dunseth for two games and fined him $1000 for violent conduct against FC
Dallas forward Roberto Mina in the 55th minute of RSL's 2-1 loss. The
play, in which Dunseth raised his left forearm in the direction of
Mina's head, was not seen by the referee at the time.
Dunseth, whose two-game suspension was not appealed by the MLS Players
Union, will serve the second game of the suspension on Saturday,
September 24 when RSL hosts the Columbus Crew after sitting out RSL's
midweek game at Colorado.