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Disciplinary Outcome | Mark McGhee

Thursday, 08 December 2016


A Disciplinary Tribunal convened today in accordance with the Judicial Panel Protocol to consider the following case:

 

Alleged Party in Breach: Mark McGhee (Manager, Motherwell FC)

Match: Dundee vs. Motherwell (SPFL Premiership) - Sunday 5th November 2016

 

Disciplinary Rule allegedly breached:

 

In that at the conclusion of the above match you did commit misconduct, and that:

 

i) You adopted aggressive behaviour towards a match official; and/or 

 

ii) You adopted aggressive behaviour towards a steward; and/or 

 

iii) You used offensive, abusing, and/or insulting language towards a steward; and/or

 

iv) You used offensive, abusing, and/or insulting language towards a match official.

 

That accordingly you committed misconduct and breached Disciplinary Rule 203 of the Scottish FA’s Disciplinary Rules.

 

Outcome: Breach amended to remove points (i) and (ii) from original charge. Amended breach admitted.

 

Sanction: Three-match suspension (two matches to be served immediately; one match to take effect in the event of further breach of disciplinary rule 203, suspended until end of season 2016/17).

 


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