With the loss in round 16 against Mazatlán, Bravos de Juárez secured the last place in the quotient table, after being left with 0.9901 units, being surpassed by Tijuana, Querétaro, and Toluca.
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Juárez FC secured its second consecutive fine in Liga MX, after being one of the teams at the bottom of the quotient table in the 2021 season.
With the current fine to which the Bravos are now entitled, as they are in last place in the quotient table, the Border Management will have to pay a total of 80 million pesos.
During the owners' meeting prior to the start of the Clausura 2022 Tournament, it was agreed that the teams that occupy the last three places in the quotient table will receive a 33 percent reduction in the fines to which they are entitled.
Despite the reduction of the fine, they will pay more than 100 million pesos
Thus, at the end of the Clausura 2021 Tournament, Juárez FC finished in sixteenth place in the table and secured a fine of 50 million pesos, after surpassing Atlas and Atlético de San Luis, who were in seventeenth and eighteenth place.
With the 50 million pesos fine from last season, added to the 80 million pesos fine that the Bravos incurred during the current season, the board of directors of the border team will pay a total of 130 million pesos.
What other teams will pay a fine?
At the bottom of the quotient table, just six points above Juárez, is Tijuana, which will have to pay 47 million pesos, while the second to last place team, Gallos Blancos, will have to pay 33 million pesos.