The MLS Disciplinary Committee has issued suspensions and fines to two players following Weeks 15 and 16 of the 2018 MLS regular season. Additionally, one coach has been fined by MLS Commissioner Don Garber.
Boli violent conduct
The Disciplinary Committee has suspended Colorado Rapids forward Yannick Boli an additional game (two games total) for his violent conduct during first-half stoppage time of Colorado's match against the Houston Dynamo on June 9. Boli has also been issued an additional fine of an undisclosed amount. Boli, who originally received a red card for the play, served his first suspension on June 13 during the Rapids' match against the Chicago Fire. He will serve the second game of his suspension on June 23 during Colorado's match against Minnesota United FC.
Medunjanin language and aggressive behavior
The Disciplinary Committee has suspended Philadelphia Union midfielder Haris Medunjanin an additional two games (three games total) for using insulting and abusive language and exhibiting aggressive behavior toward a match official during the 19th minute of Philadelphia's match against Atlanta United on June 2. Medunjanin has also been issued an additional fine of an undisclosed amount. Medunjanin, who originally received a red card for his actions, served the first game of his suspension during Philadelphia's match against Toronto FC on June 8. He will serve the additional two games of his suspension during Philadelphia's matches against the Vancouver Whitecaps on June 23 and LAFC on June 30.
Curtin public criticism of officials
Philadelphia Union head coach Jim Curtin has been fined an undisclosed amount by MLS Commissioner Don Garber for his public criticisms of officials following the Union's match against Atlanta United on June 2.