The Football Federation Australia (FFA) independent Disciplinary & Ethics Committee comprising John Marshall SC (Chair), Lachlan Gyles SC and Robert Wheatley (the Committee) issued its decision in relation to an incident involving Adelaide United Head Coach Guillermo Amor (the Coach).
The incident took place in about the 68th minute of Adelaide United’s Round 7 Hyundai A-League Match against Perth Glory on Friday, 18 November 2016.
The Committee has determined that the Coach serve a further one (1) match suspension in addition to the Mandatory Match Suspension which he already served against Sydney FC on Saturday, 26 November 2016. The Committee also issued a suspended sanction of a further two (2) matches to be served in the event that the Coach is expelled from any future match up until the conclusion of the Hyundai A-League 2016/17 season.
The Coach has the right to appeal the determination of the Committee. If the Coach intends to do so, he must advise FFA within 7 days of receiving the written determination.
For the determination of the FFA independent Disciplinary & Ethics committee, please click here.