Professional soccer’s K League 1 club FC Seoul has decided not to appeal the 7 million won ($6.7 million) sanction handed down to goalkeeper Baek Jong-beom by the Korea Professional Football Association (KPFA) for the “water bottle throwing” incident by Incheon fans during a match against Incheon United.

“We have decided not to request a review of the disciplinary action taken against Baek Jong-beom by the Korean Professional Football Association’s punishment committee,” the Seoul club said on its official social networking service (SNS) on Wednesday.

“It is true that we have been considering whether or not to request a retrial because we believe that it is not fair that Baek Jong-beom was fined 7 million won for ‘anti-sporting behavior,’” the club said. “However, we have confirmed that Baek Jong-beom is burdened by the current situation and wants to devote himself more to the game. 안전놀이터 추천 Rather than requesting a retrial, we decided that it is the club’s role to actively protect the player and support him for a better performance.”

After the whistle blew at the end of the match between Seoul and Incheon at the Incheon Football Stadium (Seoul won 2-1), goalkeeper Baek Jong-beom pumped his fist and roared at the Incheon supporters’ section.

Incheon fans responded by throwing dozens of water bottles onto the ground, hitting Seoul midfielder Ki Sung-yueng with one.

The KFA held a punishment committee on the 16th and handed Incheon a severe punishment of 20 million won ($20,000) in fines and a five-game home stadium ban.

It also fined Baek Jong-beom 7 million won for “unsportsmanlike behavior toward spectators.

The club decided that the punishment was too severe and prepared to appeal the decision, and Seoul fans started raising money for the sanction.

However, after much deliberation, the federation decided not to pursue the appeal.

“We would like to express our sincere gratitude to the supporters and many fans for their generous support for Baek Jong-beom in various ways, 온라인 슬롯 including donations and one-on-one protests,” the Seoul club said. “In return, the club and the players know that it is our job to do our best to deliver good results. We will do everything we can to repay the love you have given us.”

“We will do our best to repay the love that has been shown to us,” he added, “and we will make sure that the donations are used in a meaningful and meaningful way in consultation with our patron deity.