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County and League Appeals – May 2022

If produced and published, written reasons can be found for Appeal Board hearings by clicking *here* and selecting “County Appeal” on the “Offence Type” dropdown list. Alternatively, use this URL: https://www.thefa.com/football-rules-governance/discipline/written-reasons.  

Fairford Town FC v UHL Hellenic League – 3 May 
Appellant: Club Step 5
Charge: failure to fulfil a fixture
Sanction: £250 fine
Result
Appeal dismissed

Patrick McManus v Hampshire FA – 4 May
Appellant: Coach
Charge: FA Rule E3 – Improper Conduct against a Match Official (including abusive language/behaviour)
Sanction: 2-match ground/venue suspension, £90 fine
Result
Appeal dismissed

Asfordby FC & Pierce Keogh v Leicestershire & Rutland FA – 4 May
Appellant: Club and Player (open age)
Charge: Player – E10 – Failed to comply with a decision of the Association; Club E12 Failed to comply with a decision of the Association
Sanction: Player – 1-match suspension, £15 fine, 5 Club penalty points; Club – £30 fine, 5 Club penalty points 
Result
Appeal dismissed

Mark Jones v Hampshire FA – 6 May
Appellant: Player (open age)
Charge: FA Rule E3 – Improper Conduct Against a Match Official (including threatening and/or abusive language/behaviour)
Sanction: 187-days suspension, an online education course, a £70 fine, 8 Club penalty points
Result
Appeal allowed; sanction varied

i. The suspension is reduced from 187-days to 182-days. 
ii. The remainder of the terms of suspension and additional aspects of the sanction remain as imposed by the original Disciplinary Commission, specifically the fine and Club disciplinary points. 

London Bees v The FA Women’s National League – 6 May
Appellant: Club 
Charge: League Rules 9E – failure to be represented at an SGM 
Sanction: £100 fine
Result
Appeal dismissed
Written Reasons: https://www.thefa.com/-/media/files/thefaportal/governance-docs/discipline-cases/2022/london-bees-fc-v-the-fa-womens-national-league-appeal-board-5-may-2022.ashx

Khaleel Morton v Bedfordshire FA – 6 May
Appellant: Player (open age)
Charge: FA Rule E3 – Improper Conduct – Assault or Attempted Assault on a Match Official (Charge 1); FA Rule E3 – Improper Conduct (including threatening and/or abusive language/behaviour) (Charge 2)
Sanction: 6-year suspension, £100 fine, attending a face-to-face education course, 7 Club penalty points (Charge 1); 6-match (ground/venue), £70 fine, 9 Club penalty points
Result
Appeal dismissed

Adam Trivett v Hampshire FA – 11 May
Appellant: U15s Coach
Charge: FA Rule E3 – Improper Conduct against a Match Official – (including threatening and/or abusive language/behaviour)
Sanction: 232-day suspension (ground/venue, coaching, Touchline); £60 fine; online education programme, 9 club penalty points
Result
Appeal dismissed

Studley Juniors v Birmingham FA – 12 May 
Appellant: Club (U16s)
Charge: FA Rule E20 – Failed to ensure Players and/or Officials and/or Spectators conducted themselves in an orderly fashion
Sanction: £50 fine, 5 Club penalty points, warned as to future conduct
Result
Appeal dismissed

Abel Okoghenu v Essex FA – 13 May
Appellant: Youth Coach 
Charge: FA Rule E3 – Improper Conduct (including threatening and/or abusive language/behaviour)
Sanction: 5-match ground/venue suspension, £50 fine, Safeguarding Workshop Course
Result
Appeal dismissed

Jordan Adams v WFA – 17 May 
Appellant: Player (open age)
Charge: E3.1 – foul and abusive; E3.2 – Aggravated by a protected Characteristic 
Sanction: 8-match suspension; online education course; 5 penalty points
Result
Appeal allowed; remitted for a rehearing. 

Richard Wilkins v Gloucestershire FA – 17 May 
Appellant: U17s Coach
Charge: FA Rule E3 – Improper Conduct against a Match Official – (including threatening and/or abusive language/behaviour)
Sanction: 176-day suspension (ground/venue, coaching, Touchline, Admin); online education course; £60 fine; 9 Club penalty points
Result
Appeal dismissed

Adam Pearce v Staffordshire FA – 18 May  
Appellant: Manager
Charge: E3.1 – foul and abusive; E3.2 – Aggravated by a protected Characteristic
Sanction: 8-match suspension (ground/venue); £75 fine, face-to-face education course 
Result
Appeal dismissed
Written reasons: https://www.thefa.com/-/media/files/thefaportal/governance-docs/discipline-cases/2022/adam-pearce-v-staffordshire-fa—appeal-board—18-may-2022.ashx

Gary Edgley v Lincolnshire FA – 19 May 
Appellant: Manager
Charge: FA Rule E3 – Improper Conduct against a Match Official (including abusive language/behaviour)
Sanction: 6-match (ground/venue) suspension, face-to-face education course, £110 fine, 9 club disciplinary points
Result
Appeal dismissed

Emad Kaddar v Middlesex FA – 19 May 
Appellant: Player (open age)
Charge: FA Rule E3 – Improper Conduct against a Match Official – (including threatening and/or abusive language/behaviour)
Sanction: 56-day suspension, £50 fine, online education course and 6 club disciplinary points
Result
Appeal dismissed

Richard Wilson v Somerset FA – 23 May 
Appellant: Match Official
Charge: Rule E1 – Failed to comply with the Rules and regulations of The Association; Rule E3 – Failure to Act in the best interests of the game. 
Sanction: 42-day suspension, £250 fine.
Result
Appeal dismissed
Written Reasons: https://www.thefa.com/-/media/files/thefaportal/governance-docs/discipline-cases/2022/richard-wilson-v-somerset-fa—appeal-board—23-may-2022.ashx

Newton Aycliffe Iron Horse v Durham FA – 24 May 
Appellant: Club
Charge: FA Rule E20 – Failed to ensure Players and/or Officials and/or Spectators conducted themselves in an orderly fashion
Sanction: £50 fine 
Result
Appeal allowed, remitted back for a rehearing. 
Written Reasons: https://www.thefa.com/-/media/files/thefaportal/governance-docs/discipline-cases/2022/newton-aycliffe-iron-horse-v-durham-fa—appeal—24-may-2022.ashx

Daniel Connor Marshe v Surrey FA – 24 May 
Appellant: Youth Manager
Charge: FA Rule E3 – Improper Conduct against a Match Official (including abusive language/behaviour)
Sanction: 6-match (ground/venue, coaching) suspension, £70 fine, ordered to renew Safeguarding Children Workshop
Result
Appeal dismissed

Rodcia Radu v Lincolnshire FA – 24 May 
Appellant: Player (open age) 
Charge: FA Rule E3 – Improper Conduct – Assault or Attempted Assault on a Match Official
Sanction: 2007-days suspension until 10/08/27, £100 fine, face-to-face education programme 
Result
Appeal dismissed

Brunel Futsal Pro Club v LNFS England – 24 May 
Appellant: Futsal club (open age)
Charge: Club Protest against an Opposition Club rejected
Sanction: N/A
Result
Appeal dismissed
Written Reasons: https://www.thefa.com/-/media/files/thefaportal/governance-docs/discipline-cases/2022/brunel-futsal-pro-club-v-lnfs-england—appeal-board–24-may-2022.ashx

Langley FC v Berks & Bucks FA – 25 May 
Appellant: Club
Charge: E20 – Failed to ensure Players and/or Officials and/or Spectators Conducted themselves in an orderly fashion. 
Sanction: £200 fine, 9 Club disciplinary points, warned as to future conduct. 
Result
Appeal allowed, remitted for rehearing

Ryan Oliva v Essex FA – 26 May
Appellant: Youth Manager
Charge: FA Rule E3 – Improper Conduct – Assault or Attempted Assault on a Match Official
Sanction: 1826-days (coaching/ground/venue/touchline/administration) suspension, face-to-face education course, 10 Club penalty points
Result
Appeal dismissed
Written Reasons: [TBC]

Shamajul Motin v London FA – 26 May
Appellant: Coach 
Charge: FA Rule E3 – Improper Conduct against a Match Official (including abusive language/behaviour) (“Charge 1”); E3.1/E3.2 – foul and abusive language – Aggravated by reference to a protected characteristic (“Charge 2)
Sanction: 112-day suspension, a £75 fine and 6 Club penalty points (“Charge 1”); 6-match suspension, a £75 fine and 6 club penalty points (“Charge 2”)
Result
Appeal dismissed

Charlie Kasler v London FA – 27 May 
Appellant: Player (open age)
Charge: E3.1 – Improper Conduct (including foul and abusive language); E3.2 – Aggravated by reference to a protected characteristic
Sanction: 6-match suspension, £50 fine, attendance at an online education programme, 6 Club penalty points
Result
Appeal dismissed

If produced and published, written reasons can be found for Appeal Board hearings by clicking *here* and selecting “County Appeal” on the “Offence Type” dropdown list. Alternatively, use this URL: https://www.thefa.com/football-rules-governance/discipline/written-reasons.  

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