04/10/2016 17h18 - Updated 4/10/2016 17h18

Fifa fine CBF by cries of 'fag' in a match against Colombia Selection in the Amazon Arena

It is the first time that the confederation is fined by the entity.
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The Brazilian Football Confederation (CBF) It was fined on Tuesday (4) in 20 thousand Swiss francs (about R $ 66,3 one thousand) by FIFA due to homophobic attitudes of their fans during the match Brazil against Colombia in qualifying the Cup 2018. It is the first time that the confederation is fined by the entity.

no day 6 of September, good part of the people present in the Amazon Arena, In Manaus, They shouted "fagot" while goalkeeper David Ospina opponent charged the goal kicks.

FIFA also imposed sanctions for discriminatory and unsportsmanlike conduct of fans to other countries: Chile (65 thousand Swiss francs - R $ 215.637,50), Honduras (65 thousand Swiss francs - R $ 215.637,50), Albania (50 thousand Swiss francs - R $ 165.875), The Savior (45 thousand Swiss francs - R $ 149.287,50), Italy (30 thousand Swiss francs - R $ 99.525), Mexico (30 thousand Swiss francs - R $ 99.525), Peru (30 thousand Swiss francs - R $ 99.525), Paraguay (25 thousand Swiss francs - R $ 82.937,50), Argentina (25 thousand Swiss francs - R $ 82.937,50) and Canada (20 thousand Swiss francs - R $ 66.350). Conversions were made considering the data of the Central Bank of the second (3).

Since the beginning of the year, FIFA has fined several federations due to homophobic shouts. Recently, the entity had fined Argentina (R$ 75 one thousand), Chile (R$ 20 one thousand), Peru (R$ 20 one thousand) and Uruguay and warned by the entity by the cry of "pissed off" by their fans when the rival goalkeeper collecting the goal kick. Or Mexico, in Concacaf (Confederation of North and Central America), He had also been punished for that reason: R$ 75 one thousand.

Source: Folhapress

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