Lion City Sailors coach Kim Do-hoon and Tampines Rovers assistant coach Mustafic Fahrudin have both been found guilty of violent conduct after their actions during the AIA Singapore Premier League match between both clubs on 24 July.
Both coaches clashed at different points of the match, which also featured rowdy behaviour from players from both teams.
Both clubs were also found guilty for the conduct of their players, who were seen shoving each other during the face-off.
Kim was accused of head butting Fahrudin close to the 87th minute of play with the scores tied at 1-1.
Then after the final whistle was blown, Fahrudin was photographed with his hands around Kim’s neck as he was restrained by Sailors reserve keeper Izwan Mahbud.
To be fair, Kim also had his hands around Fahrudin’s neck then.
A video shared with TMSG showed Fahrudin leaving his technical area to approach Kim after the match ended.
Of course, this was after the headbutt had caught Fahrudin earlier on.
Both coaches and clubs will know of their fate by 10 August and are expected to be suspended and fined, if the sentences of precedent cases are taken in consideration.
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