Maxwell Keana’s hearing postponed

Former Solomon Islands U-17 midfielder Maxwell Keana’s hearing scheduled to take place today (Friday 29 November) in Honiara was postponed by the Oceania Football Confederation (OFC) Disciplinary/Ethics Committee as a result of a quorum to hear the player’s testimony.

SIFF legal representative Don Marahare was waiting to proceed with the hearing but at the eleventh hour, the OFC Disciplinary/Ethics Committee communicated the notice to the SIFF Secretariat of the postponed.

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Therefore, OFC Disciplinary/Ethics Committee will set a new date for the hearing.

Formal charges have been laid against SIFF and Maxwell Keana by the OFC DC/Ethics Committee after the Committee had received a written complaint supported by information that the player who played for the Solomon Island’s team at the OFC U16 Championship 2018, was born in 1998.

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The hearing will be convened by the OFC Disciplinary/Ethics Committee via telephone conference on a new date yet to be confirmed at the SIFF conference room.