The board of the Brisbane Roar A-League football club has made a decision on the future of coach Frank Farina, but is remaining tight-lipped about its decision.
The club suspended Farina after he was caught drink-driving on Saturday morning on his way to training.
It is his second drink-driving charge in the past two-and-a-half years.
A Roar spokesman says the seven-man board has reached a decision, but will not be announcing it until today.
Yesterday Farina pleaded his case to remain in charge of the A-League club, as it launched an investigation into his drink-driving charge.