By Anthony Caruso III | Publisher
He will have to undergo an assessment from Major League Soccer’s Substance Abuse and Behavioral Health Program. It’s pursuant to the SABH policy.
At this time, while in the program, he will not be able to take part in any team activities. Once the assessment is completed, he’ll be able to participate once again.
MLS would also have to complete their investigation, as well, before he could play. They are in close contact with Orlando City SC, the local law enforcement, and the MLS Players Union, according to the press release.
“Orlando City SC takes great pride in the way it presents the Orlando community and expects all players, coaches and front office staff to uphold that standard at all times, both on and off the field,” the team said. “The club is very disappointed in Cyle Larin’s actions that resulted in this charge and does not take this situation lightly. We are working with local authorities, Major League Soccer and Cyle to take appropriate action in line with league protocol.
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