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The Asian Football Confederation said Friday that three Jeju United players have been suspended and fined over a post-match brawl that marred the South Korean club’s Asian Champions League round-of-16, second-leg match against Urawa Reds last month.

The AFC’s disciplinary committee ordered Cho Yong-hyung to serve a six-month match suspension and pay a fine of $20,000. The match suspension covers all domestic, continental, and international matches, whether friendly or official matches, the AFC said.

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