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Muscat cited for post-match comments

NZ Newswire logoNZ Newswire 25/10/2016

Melbourne Victory coach Kevin Muscat faces a possible suspension after being cited for comments he made following the 2-0 loss to Melbourne City in the FFA Cup semi-final.

Muscat was furious that the opening goal to City's Luke Brattan was allowed to stand, despite Tim Cahill being in an offside position and being forced to duck out of the way of the shot.

Muscat also said City's players were guilty of "lots of rolling around and lots of diving" and slowing the restart of play.

He claimed referees were using "two sets of rules" and exclaimed that "at least the FFA gets the result they want" as he exited the room.

Muscat will be required to provide a submission by 1700 (AEDT) on Thursday.

If found guilty of breaching the FFA's code of conduct he could be suspended, reprimanded or fined.

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