Wellington Phoenix has moved to put the controversy over defender Ben Sigmund's red card behind it.
General manager David Dome says the A-League club "respectfully accepted" the decision made by FFA's Match Review Panel on Sigmund's dismissal during Wellington's 3-1 A-League defeat to Adelaide United on Saturday.
Dome says the correct process was followed.
"So far as the club is concerned, the matter has been laid to rest," he said in a statement on Tuesday.
"The club is now focused on the Phoenix's next match against Melbourne Victory on Monday."
A club spokesman said there would be no further comment on the issue.
Dome's statement contrasts with the strong views that coach Ricki Herbert and skipper Andrew Durante earlier expressed over the incident, in which Sigmund was adjudged to have brought down striker Jeronimo Neumann.
TV replays showed plenty of space between the players, prompting speculation Neumann might face disciplinary action for diving.
Durante clearly thought so, labelling the Argentine a cheat in a post-match interview.
However, the A-League's match review committee decided on Monday that referee Jarred Gillett made no error in sending off Sigmund, whose mandatory one-match suspension means he will sit out the match against Melbourne Victory.
The decision also meant the committee didn't have to consider allegations that Neumann had dived, an offence which could have resulted in a two-match ban.
Herbert was scathing of the decision.
"Unfortunately the referee in our game with Adelaide did not deal with the situation competently and we are paying the penalty rather than the player, who was guilty of simulation," Herbert said.
Durante and Herbert still face the prospect of being sanctioned for breaching the A-League player code of conduct.
The club will be issued a "please explain" letter in the coming days and will be given time to respond before an assessment is made.
But FFA has confirmed no suspensions will be issued over the comments.
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