Professional football Gwangju FC suspended the activities of Sandro (Brazilian) for driving without a license.
According to Gwangju FC on the 19th, it was confirmed that Sandro had violated the Road Traffic Act (driving without a license), and in accordance with the team management regulations and the professional soccer player contract, it was announced that they would take political action on business trips indefinitely until the punishment by the reward and punishment committee. The matter was also reported to the Korea Professional Football Federation.토토사이트
Sandro drove his rental car the previous day without an international driver’s license issued (obtaining a driver’s license in his country) and collided with the vehicle in front waiting for a traffic light.
Sandro has voluntarily reported to the Gwangju West Police Department for causing property damage while unlicensed.
Meanwhile, Sandro obtained a driver’s license in December of last year, but submitted a document to the club stating that the issuance of the driver’s license was being delayed due to the migration and update of the new driver’s license system in Para State, Brazil.