Lozano: seven times red in two years

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Hirving Lozano has opted for PSV in Eindhoven to become acquainted with the laws of the European football. One of the most important lessons in this course: dealing with the arbitration. In this regard, the Mexican international is still not the best boy of the class.

Because the red card against SC Heerenveen (2-2) took the lead in the Eredivisie is not just two points. Lozano is likely to be the next duels with Feyenoord and FC Utrecht to miss. Only a sepot or acquittal by the disciplinary committee – if PSV do not agree with a settlement proposal – we can still save, but that seems to be a utopia. The red card is Lozano automatically suspended for the Team-so an action does not mean that he would be in action in The Cockpit.

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Provided, Chucky is not a textbook example of a vicious football player. His temperament, too often the breeding ground for his good offensive game, however, sometimes get in the way. Lozano is often at loggerheads with referees, that the many attacks on his limbs not always perceive. But a player who for the last two years a total of seven red cards received (six of which are direct) and in his last season for the Mexican Pachuca just as often, scored as yellow cards cashed (ten) must also himself looking in the mirror.

PSV stands behind his player, whose action is rather as awkward than in common recruited. Hence, the club internally also has not taken any measures, which would be so if Lozano is a notorious repeat offender would turn out to be.

The Locals will be today at a disappointing announcement from Zeist probably not agree with a strafvoorstel and Lozano then next Thursday night to try to argue.

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