MLS Announces Discipline for Joseph, Percovich
March 25, 2011 - Major League Soccer (MLS) News Release
NEW YORK (Friday, March 25, 2011) - Major League Soccer today announced discipline for New England Revolution midfielder Shalrie Joseph and Chicago Fire assistant coach Leo Percovich.
MLS Commissioner Don Garber has fined Joseph $1,000 for his actions at the team's hotel on Feb. 20.
Commissioner Garber fined Percovich $1,000 for inappropriate sideline behavior during the Carolina Challenge Cup in Charleston, S.C., March 5-12.
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