Ħamrun Spartans coach Giovanni Tedesco had his ten-match suspension reduced to six games after his appeal infront of the Appeals Board this week.
The Italian mentor had been handed a harsh ten match ban by the MFA Disciplinary Commissioner after he was reported by referee Glen Tonna following his team's FA Trophy defeat to Birkirkara last month.
Tedesco was cited by the referee for making disparaging comments at the end of a hard-fought match that was full of controversial incidents.
The Appeals Board decided to bring down his suspension to six matches which means that Tedesco can now return to the Ħamrun bench in a months' time when the Spartans take on Qormi on March 29.
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