Two Papua New Guinea football officials have been banned from the sport for two years for breaching ethics codes.
The Oceania Football Confederation Ethics Committee has sanctioned the President of Lae Football Association, Roy Kamen, and Vice President Stanley Khanna, and banned them from taking part in any football-related activities at national, regional and international level
The paid were found guilty of breaching Articles 13 and 15 of the OFC Code of Ethics, relating to
general rules of conduct and loyalty.
The ruling follows a complaint filed by the Papua New Guinea Football Association, who declined to comment.
The ban expires on 18 June 2018.