The football Association of England (FA) has suspended head coach seventh tier of the country, “Frome town” nickname Banyard for a bet, which he did betting against his own team.

The FA Commission found that from September 2014 to April 2016 Banyard made 45 bets against “Frome Town” and his former team “Poulton Rovers”, reports Sky Sports.

Under current rules, any member of a football match, including coach, has no right to make the bets anywhere in the world. Banyard has violated this rule.

In addition to suspension from any football activities until July 1, 2019, the specialist is also obliged to pay a fine in the amount of three thousand pounds.



In England football coach betting against his own team 10.11.2016

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