Mar 11, 2017 04:26:33
The Mexican top flight's games have been suspended for the weekend, with the match officials refusing to work after poor treatment from players.
Liga MX has suspended play for Round 10 matches after referees for the matches decided to strike.
Liga MX president Enrique Bonilla annouced the decision to suspend at a news conference.
Comunicado de Prensa Enrique Bonilla Presidente de la LIGA Bancomer MX
Posted by LIGA Bancomer MX on Friday, 10 March 2017
“I want to announce to you that the Mexican Football Federation and the Liga MX informs that Round 10 of the 2017 Clausura tournament has been suspended because the referees designated for the said round have denied to loan their services," he said. "This decision was taken unilaterally. The matches will be rescheduled and we will inform you at a later date the date in which they will be played,”