American footballer Matko Milijevic had his contract with Major League Soccer workforce CF Montreal ripped up after he performed in an newbie league beneath a false identify and punched an opponent.
Milijevic, who had grown pissed off along with his lack of sport time for the Canadian facet, determined to play within the Ligue Quebecoise de Soccero Calcetto (QCSL).
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Per MLS guidelines, it’s a direct breach of contract to play in one other league whereas contracted to a workforce and gave CF Montreal a straightforward determination to terminate Milijevic’s deal after an investigation.
Montreal confirmed Milijevic’s departure from the membership for “partaking in conduct detrimental to the league and violating his normal Player Agreement.”
According to a report from Quebec sports activities publication Dans Les Coulisses, Milijevic was satisfied to play within the newbie league by a buddy.
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The 22-year-old scored six objectives and notched two assists within the three video games he performed, though six of his eight purpose contributions came about in a single sport.
But his time within the QCSL took a bitter flip when he was concerned in a bodily altercation with an opponent the place he allegedly spat and hit his rival, which resulted in Milijevic being banned for all times from the newbie league.
Milijevic’s actual background as an expert footballer was quickly uncovered by QCSL officers, he was requested to play beneath his actual identify if he wished to maintain taking part in within the league.
The attacking midfielder joined the Canadian facet in August 2021 from Argentinian membership Argentinos Juniors and scored two objectives and had two assists throughout 35 common season appearances for Montreal.