Port FC on Monday won their appeal against the Football Association of Thailand’s (FAT) decision which handed the Thai League 1 club a 2-0 forfeit following a power outage ahead of a match at their PAT Stadium earlier this month.
The Oct 4 game between Port and SCG Muang Thong United was called off after a power transformer blew up 30 minutes before the scheduled 6pm start of the game.
The FAT disciplinary committee, led by Amnuay Nimmano, punished Port with a 2-0 loss for the incident.
Port chairwoman Nualphan Lamsam then lodged an appeal, saying the decision was unfair.
Port chairwoman Nualphan Lamsam.
At a meeting on Monday, FAT disciplinary committee members unanimously agreed to reverse their initial decision.
The match will now be rescheduled for a new date yet to be determined.
The panel said Port were not at fault for the incident which took place as a…