The AFA suspended Arnaldo González for ten matches for his antisemitic gestures

Arnaldo González
Arnaldo González 
Nueva Chicago player Arnaldo González received ten matches suspension from the Argentine Football Association (AFA) due to antisemitic gestures made towards the partiality of the Atlanta club, last Sunday, in a game of the First National.

With this sanction, the former player from Quilmes and Aldosivi from Mar del Plata, among others, misses the rest of the regular season of the second division tournament, which has his team in last place in Zone A.

González, 30, made obscene and discriminatory gestures to Atlanta fans when he left the field of play after being sent off by referee Ariel Gastón Suárez.

That same day, the Football Safety Committee made a judicial complaint and a contravention against him for his reprehensible attitude, which at the same time was condemned by INADI, the AFA and his own club, among others.

The footballer appeared this Wednesday at the West Fiscal Unit of the City of Buenos Aires and did not give a statement to its owner, Gustavo Galante.