Concacaf has announced disciplinary action in the aftermath of the wild Concacaf Champions League semifinal bout between LAFC and Club America on Saturday, with now-former Club America coach Miguel Herrera and LAFC assistant Ante Razov each getting hit with multi-game suspensions.
Herrera and Razov were each suspended four games for the halftime dispute between the two that turned physical after words were exchanged between members of both sidelines regarding a red card that was issued to LAFC midfielder Eduard Atuesta.
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On top of that, Herrera was suspended an additional game for continuing to communicate with his team following his ejection. Herrera was seen on a walkie-talkie multiple times throughout the second half of the match, which LAFC would eventually go on to win 3-1.
Razov cannot be on the sidelines for any Concacaf-sanctioned match until he completes the suspension.
LAFC are preparing for Tuesday's final against Liga MX side Tigres UANL, which they officially learned on Monday will have to be played without Atuesta, after Concacaf announced they would not consider an appeal to overturn the midfielder's red card.
Herrera was dismissed by Club America on Monday, so his suspension would carry over to any new team that hires him that is participating in a Concacaf event.