First PFL Disciplinary Committee Decisions Published - Philippines Football League
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First PFL Disciplinary Committee Decisions Published

The Philippines Football League (LFI) Disciplinary Committee made decisions on several cases in their first Disciplinary Committee meeting held last 7 November 2017.

Player Adam Tull from Kaya FC-Makati was handed out a nine match suspension for three offenses over two matches in violation of Articles 48, 49, and 57 of the PFF Disciplinary Code. Tull is also ordered to pay a fine of P50,000.

Player Paolo Pavone from Ilocos United FC was handed out a six match suspension for three offenses over two matches in violation of Articles 49 & 57 of the PFF Disciplinary Code and Article 8 of the PFL Tournament Regulations.

Davao Aguilas FC Assistant Coach Melchor Anzures was given a four match suspension for misconduct against match officials in violation of Article 49 of the PFF Disciplinary Code.

Kaya FC Makati was also fined a total of P175,000 for the behavior of its fans in their home match against Global Cebu FC on 2 July 2017 and for its away match against FC Meralco Manila on 5 August 2017 pursuant to Article 65 and 67 of the Disciplinary Code.

Players Sean Kane, Masaki Yanagawa, and Takashi Odawara from JPV Marikina FC were also fined P25,000 each for exhibiting unsporting behavior towards the Match Commissioner for a violation of Article 19.3 of the PFL Tournament Regulations and Article 57 of the Disciplinary Code.

For the rest of the decisions, please see here.