The FFA released a statement saying: â€˜Aurelio Vidmar was found guilty by FFA of breaching the Code for his conduct at the post-match press conference following the game between Melbourne Victory and Adelaide United last Saturday.
â€˜The sanction is a fine of $2,000 which is wholly suspended until and including Round 9 of the 2009-2010 Hyundai A-League Season.
â€˜If Vidmar breaches the Code during this period the fine will become payable.
â€˜The basis for the suspension of the fine is Vidmar's previously exemplary behaviour, his genuine contrition, and the steps he has taken to apologise for his conduct.
â€˜Cassio was found guilty by FFA of breaching the National Code of Conduct for his gesture when leaving the field after being dismissed after a second yellow card offence in the same match.
â€˜The sanction is a fine of $500.â€™