Friday, 10 December 2010

Even the FFA scared of Muscat

Kevin Muscat delierately strikes an official from an opposing team in the stomach and gets a "slap on the wrist."

Fantastic role-modeling by Super Kev, Super FFA. So you can strike one and just get a wee monetary fine.

I say: Six weeks minimum.

What do you get in the local league for striking someone. This guy is a former Socceroo Captain, voice of the A-League oh and has a Derby coming up!

Melbourne Victory defender Kevin Muscat was effectively given a "slap on the wrist" at a disciplinary hearing for his part in a post-match incident following the game against Brisbane Roar at AAMI Park last week.

Muscat was found guilty and handed a suspended $1500 fine and given a reprimand, making him eligible to play in the derby against Heart on Saturday.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

What sort of example is this to the juniors that were watching? - mine were - and I told them at the time that this was not on. Now I have to explain why FFA will not do more than what they have done. Go figure...