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FFA probe golf buggy incident involving Wellington Phoenix players - Australian A-League News
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ESPN - 2020/03/25
FFA CEO James Johnson says border closures forced the A-League to postpone the season. Steven Ugarkovic scores the winner late as Newcastle win 2-1 over Melbourne City. Western Sydney Wanderers score a late equaliser to snatch a point from runaway A-League leaders Sydney FC. Scott McDonald scores again as Brisbane Roar continue hot streak with a 1-0 win over Newcastle Jets. Melbourne City overcome an early deficit vs. the Mariners with the help of three goals from Jamie Maclaren. Wellington player Tim Payne has issued a tearful apology for a joyriding incident during the team's A-League quarantine period in Sydney which will have legal ramifications. Football Federation Australia and Phoenix management are investigating the alcohol-related incident in which Payne and teammate Oliver Sail drove a golf buggy beyond the team's remote Sydney facility, where they were undergoing 14 days of self-isolation. All Whites international defender Payne admitted he and Sail broke the... - Read more at here