The behaviour of the Falkirk lovers who threw rubber eyeballs directly to the pitch all over Tuesday’s derby in opposition to Dunfermline has been integrated within the reliable file handed to the SPFL, writes Iain Collin.
It’s understood the league frame’s fit delegate Gregor McKenzie has discussed the incident that focused Pars participant Dean Shiels, who had a watch got rid of in an operation in 2006.
SPFL rulesdefine “disorderly behavior” as “the use of threatening, abusive or insulting phrases or behavior” and “behavior that stirs up hatred or sick will” according to gender, color, race, nationality, faith, sexual orientation or incapacity, the final of which “method bodily or psychological impairment of any sort”.
Any failure by means of a membership to forestall “gamers, officers or supporters” from attractive in unacceptable behavior constitutes a breach.
It’s as much as the membership to turn out “it used to be now not relatively practicable to do extra”.
Falkirk issued a observation condemning and apologising unreservedly for the “abhorrent behaviour of a small choice of folks”.
It’s understood Falkirk chairman Margaret Lang contacted the Dunfermline hierarchy on Tuesday evening and promised to factor banning orders if the perpetrators might be recognized.
Dunfermline’s protection workforce and group of workers will pore over CCTV recordings lately and can liaise with police, stewards and the SPFL.