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The unusual fine that they applied to a player in Mexico for going to a party

In the midst of the coronavirus pandemic, the player attended an event and was fined, both by his club and by his teammates

Jonathan Rodríguez
Jonathan Rodríguez

For a year, life changed for everyone. The coronavirus pandemic caused situations that perhaps at another time were common to be considered prohibited since they put health at risk. And the one who seemed to not understand it was the Uruguayan player Jonathan Rodríguez. Is that in recent days a video of the man from Cruz Azul breaking all kinds of sanitary protocol came to light by attending a so-called clandestine party, which is why La Maquina Cementera and the rest of his colleagues applied severe fines to him.

In the pre-match between Cruz Azul and Puebla for the second day of Guard1anes 2021 of Liga MX, Rodríguez left the concentration of the team led by Juan Reynoso and went to party. Unfortunately for him, the video of the meeting in the middle of the pandemic leaked on social networks and was punished taking into account the context of the pandemic that is being seen in Mexico and the world.

The Uruguayan soccer player received a sports sanction, losing the game against Pachuca on the following date, and also had to pay a financial fine imposed by the institution of La Noria. But, weeks later, the fans of the celestial team found out that those were not the only challenges. According to the information provided by Mac Reséndiz, Cabecita was forced to comply with an internal regulation of the professional staff of La Maquina. What does he mean? That the captain of the capital team was in charge of charging the South American in a curious and positive way for the rest of the teammates.

"I found out that his teammates also applied a 'fine' to that slip. It turns out that among them they do it for some lack of the team, or the club, either due to indiscipline of any kind, for being late for training, etc. The person in charge of applying the fines is José de Jesús Corona", the journalist reported on her Twitter account. And he declared: "Jonathan Rodríguez had to 'discuss'  (pay) with a feast that included meat and seafood. It should be noted that not only at the managerial level, but also at the campus level, the second video that circulated on social networks no longer brought him a sanction, it was an old video".

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