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Notice of Complaint - Rob Kiernan (updated)

Friday, 30 December 2016


The Compliance Officer has issued the following Notice of Complaint:

Alleged Party in Breach: Robert Kiernan (Rangers FC)

Match: St Johnstone v Rangers (Scottish Premiership) – Wednesday, 28th December 2016

Disciplinary rule allegedly breached:

Rule 200 - In that on or around the 42nd minute of the above match you committed an offence listed in the Schedule of Offences contained in Annex C to the Judicial Panel Protocol, namely A2, Violent Conduct. That you committed this offence by striking an opponent, namely Steven Anderson of St Johnstone Football Club, upon the body. That by committing this offence you breached Disciplinary Rule 200 of the Scottish FA’s Disciplinary Rules.   

Fixed suspension offered: Yes - two matches to be served immediately, irrespective of competition (rejected)

Principal hearing date (updated): Thursday, 12th January 2017


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