Mumbai, Jan 5 (IANS) Indian Super League’s (ISL) Regulatory Commission has called upon the FC Goa management for a preliminary hearing here on Wednesday for breaching regulations and bringing disrepute to the game.

Following their 2-3 loss in the final to Chennaiyin FC on December 20, FC Goa boycotted the medals ceremony, alleging the game was fixed.

 

“FC Goa have been charged under the ISL Regulations for ‘boycotting match and league ceremony’, ‘public criticism and threatening match officials’, ‘allegation of match fixing’, and ‘non-adherence of league rules’,” said an ISL release on Tuesday. The commission includes advocate Vidushpat Singhania and former cricketer Kiran More.

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