Begaluru FC and Mumbai FC coaches fined for misconduct

Bengaluru FC and Mumbai FC fined for misconduct
AIFF Disciplinary Committee met on 16th April 2015 and announced fines on Bengaluru FC and Mumbai FC coaches for misconduct
The All India Football Federation(AIFF) Desciplinary committee sat on a meeting on 16th April 2015 to voice their opinion on the agenda of several cases of misconduct which took place during the Hero i-League clash between Bengaluru FC and Mumbai FC. The disciplinary committee was chaired by Mr. N.A. Khan.

Below are the individuals who were accused of misconduct during and/or after the match:

Pradhyum Reddy - Assistant Coach of Bengaluru FC
Ashley Westwood - Head Coach of Bengaluru FC
Khalid Jamil - Head Coach of Mumbai FC
Amoes Do - Player of Mumbai FC

AIFF fines Bengaluru FC and Mumbai FC for misconduct
Bengaluru FC head coach Ashley Westwood fined Rs. 2 Lacs for
entering the play area to protest referee's decision
Below were the decisions taken by the committee:

Bengaluru FC fined Rs. 2 lac and were warned to improve the organizational facilities.

Pradhyum Reddy - charged under Section 58 of AIFF Disciplinary code for using abusive language and suspended for four matches.

Ashley Westwood - He was fined Rs. 2 lac as per Section 12 of I-League regulations as he was reported to enter into the playing pitch to protest the decision of the referee as well as misconduct in the field.

Khalid Jamil - Suspended for Four Matches as per the Article 58 of the AIFF disciplinary code, for using offensive behaviour. The Mumbai FC coach tendered unconditional apology and undertook to behave decently in future as per the AIFF rules and regulations.

Mr. Amoes Do - Fined Rs. 50,000. Found guilty of breaching I-League Regulations under Section 12 as the player has indulged in offensive behaviour after the match. Amoes was also warned to abide by the AIFF rules and regulations.
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