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News Article - 01-03-2013 13:12
Salisbury Deducted One Point
 
 

Salisbury City Football Club was recently charged by the Football Conference for fielding an ineligible (unregistered) player in its match against AFC Hornchurch on 12th January.

The documents renewing the loan of Elliot Frear were not received by the Competition Office prior to the player being fielded in the above match.

The club requested, and received a Personal Hearing, and upon the club’s own admission Salisbury City FC was found guilty of a breach of rule 6.9, fined £100.00 and had one point deducted from its league table score.

The club has confirmed it received a fair and equitable hearing and will not be appealing the Board’s decision. 

One point will, therefore, immediately be deducted from the club’s score.

 

 
 
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