Brisbane Roar to cooperate with FFA in Ross Aloisi investigation

Brisbane Roar to cooperate with FFA in Ross Aloisi investigation


Brisbane Roar say they will cooperate with Football Federation Australia in its investigation into an alleged incident at full time of their 2-1 defeat against Adelaide United.

Fox Sports reports there was an altercation in the Coopers Stadium tunnel involving assistant coaches Ross Aloisi and Jacob Ramallo.

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Tempers spilled over in the dying moments of the game when Roar goalkeeper Michael Theo was dismissed for elbowing Reds defender Dylan McGowan in the face.

Brisbane say they will “fully cooperate” with FFA’s investigation into the issue.

“Brisbane Roar Football Club are aware of an investigation by FFA into an incident that occurred after full time in the club’s A-League match against Adelaide United at Coopers Stadium on Sunday,” a statement read.

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“BRFC intends to fully cooperate with the FFA.

“Brisbane Roar FC will not make further comment until speaking to those involved and a thorough investigation is concluded.”

Brisbane’s defeat leaves them three points adrift of third-placed Melbourne City with four games remaining in the home and away season.