Wellington's Manny Muscat has been suspended for two matches by the MRP for his offence on Roy O'Donovan from the Central Coast Mariners on the weekend.
"The Player was cited by the MRP in accordance with the Hyundai A-League Disciplinary Regulations (Regulations)," the FFA said in a statement.
"In reviewing the Citation Incident during this afternoon’s meeting, the MRP took into consideration all of the available evidence, including the submissions lodged by Wellington Phoenix on behalf of the Player.
"The MRP determined that the Player committed the offence of R2 – Assault on a Player (e.g. violent conduct when not challenging for the ball) against Roy O’Donovan (Central Coast Mariners). The MRP proposed a sanction of the Mandatory Match suspension plus one (1) additional Hyundai A-League match, being the minimum sanction for the offence under the Regulations. This equates to two (2) Hyundai A-League matches."