Motherwell manager Stuart McCall avoids ban after SFA hearing

McCall was unhappy at a decision in the lead-up to Aberdeen's opening goal
McCall was unhappy at a decision in the lead-up to Aberdeen's opening goal

Motherwell manager Stuart McCall has been found not guilty of breaching the Scottish FA's rule 203 and will not serve a touchline ban.

The rule covers offensive, insulting or abusive language and calling into question an official's integrity and aggressive behaviour towards officials.

McCall was sent to the stand during the 2-1 Scottish Cup defeat by Aberdeen and was later charged.

He appealed and the hearing found in his favour on Thursday.

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