Clubs fined for Team Misconduct

Football Federation Australia advises that a number of teams and players were found guilty of Team Misconduct offences from the weekend's matches.

Football Federation Australia advises that the following teams and players were found guilty of Team Misconduct offences:   * Gold Coast United and Central Coast Mariners for Team Misconduct following the Round 24, 69th minute melee. * Central Coast - the Club is guilty of Team Misconduct as outlined in clause 8.2(d) of the A-League Disciplinary Regulations. The penalty imposed on the Club for the offence is $3,000. * Gold Coast - the Club is guilty of Team Misconduct as outlined in clause 8.2(d) of the A-League Disciplinary Regulations. The penalty imposed on the Club for the offence is $5,000. * Perth Glory and Wellington Phoenix for Team Misconduct following the Round 24, 69th minute melee. * Perth Glory - the Club is guilty of Team Misconduct as outlined in clause 8.2(d) of the A-League Disciplinary Regulations. The penalty imposed on the Club for the offence is $3,000. * Wellington Phoenix - the Club is guilty of Team Misconduct as outlined in clause 8.2(d) of the A-League Disciplinary Regulations. The penalty imposed on the Club for the offence is $3,000.   * Adelaide United - As seven (7) of its players received yellow cards, the Club is guilty of Team Misconduct in accordance with clause 8.2(a) of the A-League Disciplinary Regulations. The penalty to be imposed on the Club for the breach is $1,000 (suspended).