Posted: Mon 27th Apr 2015

Nine match ban for Wingmakers boss Andy Preece

News and Info from Deeside, Flintshire, North Wales
This article is old - Published: Monday, Apr 27th, 2015

The Football Association of Wales have suspended Airbus UK Broughton manager Andy Preece for nine matches.

Preece has been charged on three separate incidents arising from the Welsh Cup semi-final against TNS at Latham Park on April 5 after protesting over the referee’s refusal to allow Andy Jones to return to the pitch following an injury.

Airbus UK boss Andy Preece was charged on three separate incidents outlined below:

  • Charged under Disciplinary Offence as set out under Rule 38.1.9 for his alleged use of offensive or insulting or abusive language during the second half of the Welsh Cup match, Airbus v TNS on 5th April 2015. He received a 3 match touchline suspension for this.
  • Charged under Disciplinary Offence as set out under Rule 38.1.9 for his alleged use of offensive or insulting or abusive language at the end of the Welsh Cup match, Airbus v TNS on 5th April 2015. He received a 3 match touchline suspension for this.
  • Charged under Disciplinary Offence as set out under Rule 38.1.9 for his alleged use of offensive or insulting or abusive language whilst approaching the changing room area following the conclusion of the Welsh Cup match, Airbus v TNS on 5th April 2015. He received a 3 match touchline suspension for this.

As he received 3 lots of 3 match suspensions, he has to serve a 9 match touchline suspension which will take effect from the Friday 8th May 2015.

Craig Harrison TNS

The New Saints boss Craig Harrison was charged on one incident outlined below:
  • Charged with the Disciplinary Offence as set out under FAW Rule 38.1.9, for his alleged use of offensive or insulting or abusive language during the Welsh Premier League match, TNS v Newtown played on 27th March 2015. Craig Harrison accepted a Reduced Penalty offer and must now serve a 2 match touchline suspension as and from 21st April 2015.

TNS boss Harrison served the first of his matches in the clubs final league game of the season on Sunday where his side drew 1-1. Harrison will finish his suspension after the FAW Welsh Cup Final on Saturday 2nd May with the Saints aiming for a treble if they are beat Newtown AFC.

 

Andy Preece image: Airbus FC

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