Concacaf Monday slapped Los Angeles Football Club assistant coach Ante Razov and former Club America head coach Miguel Herrera with four-game suspensions for unsporting conducting.

The Concacaf disciplinary committee sanctioned both men for their “unacceptable” conduct in LAFC’s 3-1 win over the Mexican side in the Concacaf Champions League semifinals in Orlando, Fla. Saturday night.

Herrera, who was fired by Club America Monday, was awarded a further one-match suspension for continuing to communicate with the team after being ejected from the game.

The committee said these sanctions were applicable in all confederation club competitions with immediate effect.

LAFC meets Tigres UANL in the CCL final Tuesday night (FS2, 10 p.m.).

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