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One match ban for Waroi

Former Hekari United striker has shown two yellow cards after he removed his shirt when he scored against Hekari in Vila and against Auckland City in New Zealand last month.
In the Laws of the game of football in Law 12, state clear that a player must be cautioned if he removes his shirt or covers his head with his shirt after he scored a goal.
It is now confirmed that the Reds striker Joachim Waroi will be suspended for just one O-League match for accumulation of yellow cards.
The player will miss Saturday 18 February match against Hekari United at the PMRL stadium in Papua New Guinea.
But Waroi will be available for the following O-League match, against Koloale FC at Lawson Tama Stadium in Solomon Islands on the 3rd Match 2012.
Amicale coaching staffs are still looking for a replacement of Waroi and the eyes are now on their new striker Jean Nako Napropol.
Amicale play Hekari United on the 18th February 2012 at PMRL stadium in Papua New Guinea.
O-League group B standing
Auckland City 9
Amicale 4
Hekari 4
Koloale 0

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