Swans pair found guilty
By David Levene
Last Updated: 01/01/70 1:00am
Alan Tate and Lee Trundle have been found guilty of misconduct.
Swansea have been fined £2000 after Lee Trundle and Alan Tate were both found guilty of misconduct during the Football League Trophy Final against Carlisle.
The Disciplinary Panel of the Football Association of Wales found the Swans pair guilty and acted by suspending them for one game and fining them a week's wages each.
The pair were investigated after wearing abusive t-shirts aimed at rivals Cardiff City, actions which led to police cautions.
A statement from the FAW read: "After carefully considering the written, verbal and video evidence submitted, the Panel decided that all charges were found proven and that both Alan Tate and Lee Trundle should be suspended for one match. Each has and from the start of the 2006/7 season, be fined one week's wages and be severely warned as to their future conduct."
"The club were fined £2000 and warned as to their future conduct," the statement concluded.
All three parties have 10 days from Tuesday to submit appeals against the decisions.