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FA Charge Tranmere boss Ronnie Moore with betting offences

 

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Tranmere boss Ronnie Moore has been charged by the FA in relation to betting on matches

Moore aged 61, who was suspended by Tranmere on the 17th February and assistant John McMahon was placed in temporary charge by the club.

Since McMahon took over Tranmere have won two, drawn two and lost four matches which leaves them above the League One relegation zone on goal difference.

Moore's breach of betting rules relates to Rule E8(b) of the FA's regulations.

The Rules state that any participant in football "shall not bet, either directly or indirectly, or instruct, permit, cause or enable any person to bet on the result, progress or conduct of a match or competition in which the participant is participating, or has participated in that season; or in which the participant has any influence, either direct or indirect."

Moore became Tranmere manager in 2012 for the second time after taking over from Les Parry in 2012, following stints at Rotherham, Southport and Oldham.

Moore has until 8th April to respond to the FA's charge.

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