Police Allegedly Forced To Intervene In A-League Assistant Coaches Scuffle

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Police Allegedly Forced To Intervene In A-League Assistant Coaches Scuffle

The Adelaide United v Brisbane Roar A-League match at Hindmarsh Stadium ended in farce today, with police apparently having to step in to calm an incident involving two assistant coaches.

The game itself ended in controversy, with Brisbane goalkeeper Michael Theo conceding a penalty and being sent off for elbowing Reds defender Dylan McGowan.

Segrio Cirio scored the resulting penalty to win the match 2-1 for Adelaide, and shortly after the final whistle there was a allegedly a scuffle believed to involve Brisbane assistant Ross Aloisi (brother of John) and Adelaide number two Jacobo Ramallo.

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Pictures show a man on the ground near the entrance to the dressing rooms as Brisbane manager John Aloisi looks on:

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The FFA are investigating the incident.

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