Singapore, 10 August 2022 – The Disciplinary Commission (DC) of the Football Association of Singapore (FAS) ruled earlier tonight in a case involving Singapore Premier League (SPL) clubs Lion City Sailors FC (LCSFC) and Tampines Rovers FC (TRFC) Did.
DC convened on Thursday 4 August 2022 to indict LCSFC and TRFC in connection with various incidents that occurred in the technical area of Jalan Besar Stadium during and after the SPL match on 24 July 2022 .
All evidence was reviewed and investigated by DC prior to determining subsequent sanctions against corresponding charges.
|1.||Kim Do Hoon – LCSFC Head Coach||act of violence||Fine of S$2,000.00 and 3 match suspension|
|2.||Mustafic Fahrudin – TRFC Assistant Coach||act of violence||Fine of S$3,000.00 and 3 match suspension|
|3.||Lion City Sailors FC||team behavior||Fine of S$5,000.00|
|Four.||Tampines Rovers FC||team behavior||Fine of S$5,000.00|
Here is the full text of the decision communicated to clubs and players:
- Lion City Sailors FC has been fined $5,000.00.
- Lion City Sailors FC forward Kim Do-hoon was fined $2,000.00 and suspended for three games. The suspension, which bans him from entering the team’s dressing room and the team’s bench for his next three matches in the Singapore Premier League with Lion City Sailors FC, is effective immediately. increase.
- Tampines Rovers FC have been fined $5,000.00.
- Tampines Rovers FC’s Mustafik Fardin has been fined $3,000.00 and suspended for three games. This suspension will immediately ban him from the team’s dressing room and the team’s bench for his next three games in the Singapore Premier League with Tampines Rovers FC.
Discussing the various judgments, DC Chairman K Bala Chandran said: On the issue of the fines imposed on the two clubs for the conduct, DC pointed out that the match was not abandoned because the situation did not escalate into a brawl and decency prevailed in the end. It concluded that the conduct of the head coach and TRFC’s assistant coaches was an act of violence and fell short of expectations as officers who are expected to maintain professionalism and sportsmanship in such circumstances. Video footage confirmed that the assistant coach moved towards the LCSFC head coach on three separate occasions. In this regard, DC agreed that his actions deserved a higher fine. ”
Official decision notices will be issued to both clubs tomorrow.
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