Marcelo Montoya is known as Warriors winger, who recently received four games suspension for using homophobic comments to Kyle Feldt.
Marcelo Montoya is a skilled player, who plays for the New Zealand Warriors in the NRL. Also, he plays for the Fiji International event.
Marcelo played for the Canterbury Bulldogs for three years, He was signed by the Bulldogs in 2017 and progressed throughout the season with the team. He played in 54 games and scored 76 points.
The Warriors star Marcelo received a four-matches suspension from the NRL Judiciary for using a derogatory comment in round 5 of the 2022 NRL season against North Queensland, reported NZ Herald.
The Warrior Team reportedly won the game that night, which got him so excited
The words Marcelo yelled that got him suspended was “Get up Kyle, you Fa***t, during the Warriors’ 25-24 win on Friday.
Marcelo is known to be 26 years, and he is no longer available in four matches for nearly four weeks. Whatsoever, he pleaded guilty after the NFL judiciary decision of suspension.
Marcelo Montoya used the offending slur ‘f****t’ after winning the game against Queensland Boys to Kyle on Friday night. The player Kyle is a renowned Australian rugby player.
Marcelo telephoned coach Nathan Brown and confessed he used the term on Saturday before the Warriors released a statement after the watch.
On Tuesday night, the NRL judiciary announced the news of suspension news since the use of derogatory terms is unacceptable.
Marcelo Montoya apologized and said he was not a homophobe. He pleaded guilty and said sorry to Kyle Feldt and the gay community.
Marcelo assured the fans that this kind of hatred won’t ever happen again at last. In a nutshell, Marcelo will return for sure after four weeks and will continue his game.