Former Tranmere boss Ronnie Moore admits charge

Thursday 22 May 2014
Ronnie Moore admitted FA charge last month

Ronnie Moore has been given a suspended one-month ban from football and fined £2,000 for misconduct in relation to betting.

The former Tranmere Rovers manager admitted an FA charge last month regarding multiple breaches of Rule E8(b). Following an Independent Regulatory Commission hearing on Thursday, the order was that Moore be suspended from all football activity for a period of one month with this ban suspended for two years.

The suspension will be invoked in the event of a proven breach of the FA betting rules during that period.  In addition, Moore was fined £2,000, which includes any profit made from the bets and he has been warned as to his future conduct. He has the right to appeal.

Watch a short video of Graeme Le Saux explaining The FA’s Betting and Integrity Rules.

Rulebook Analysis - Betting and Integrity


By FA Staff