Club Directors Accused of Ordering Assault on Own Player After Penalty Miss

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The family of Union Fuerza Minera's Martin Dall’Orso has accused club officials of ordering a savage attack on the player after he missed a penalty in a Peruvian Cup match.

Dall’Orso missed a vital spot kick in a 4-3 penalty shoot-out defeat to Saetas de Oro.

Dall’Orso appeared on Peruvian TV in the video above to display his injuries while his father told local radio, as reported by 101 Great Goals, that club officials ordered the attack.

We lost the match and several fans boarded the bus. My son was held at gunpoint and they smashed his head with the butt of the gun. My wife has bruises on her arms and legs.

The president, Serapio Sucasaire, Omar and Ramiro Sucasaire were the perpetrators of the attack. He commanded them to beat us.

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