Thu. Oct 6th, 2022
ABERDEEN boss Jim Goodwin has been hit with a notice of complaint after his comments in the wake of the Dons’ 3-1 defeat to Hibs.

The Dons boss was involved in a remarkable war of words with Hibs defender Ryan Porteous in the wake of the match, as he accused the Scotland star of CHEATING.

Andrew Barr

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And now he’s been hit with a breach of disciplinary rules 73 and 77 in the SFA code – which talks about bringing the game into disrepute and acting in the best interests of the game.

A hearing has been set for Thursday October 6.

Goodwin said at the time: “We showed our players a number of instances when Porteous has won penalties like that in the past. 

“People will say he’s good at it and he’s clever.

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“But it’s blatant cheating as far as I’m concerned and it’s cost my team points. 

“I told him to his face after the game what I thought of him. I don’t care what he reads in the paper on Sunday and Monday.

“He knows. He’s laughing about it.

“He celebrates winning penalty-kicks like he’s scored a goal.”

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