HIBERNIAN supervisor Lee Johnson insists the Scottish FA additionally must study classes from the Rocky Bushiri suspension saga.
The Leith aspect had been responsible of an embarrassing administration blunder after it turned out that the defender shouldn’t have performed in Wednesday’s Premier Sports activities Cup penalties defeat to Morton.
Cup organisers the SPFL awarded a 3-0 end result to Ton however ultimately that consequence had no bearing over Hibs’ failure to achieve the final 16 of the competitors.
To make issues worse the SFA then issued Bushiri with a discover of grievance over an alleged breach of rule 208.
Whereas Johnson concedes that the membership must kind out their very own home, the ex-Sunderland supervisor additionally believes the SFA ought to have an computerized flagging system – one thing that’s in place south of the border – with regards to participant suspensions.
Elgin Metropolis and Stranraer have additionally been penalised by the SPFL for fielding suspended gamers within the group sections.
Johnson, who watched his group beat Norwich Metropolis 1-0 yesterday of their remaining warm-up sport after Elias Melkersen discovered the web, stated: “I believe the Scottish FA have lots to take a look at themselves at to be trustworthy with you.
“I’ve come up from England and I’m taking a look at no fourth official in a sport like at the moment.
“They need to have a flagging system, it wasn’t simply us that have gotten achieved by that, it was three or 4 golf equipment.
“In England there’s an additional internet system that if there’s a suspension pending there’s a flag that comes up and all people inside the soccer membership will get notified.
“It’s not troublesome to do this, it’s simply admin.
“On the similar time we’ve received to take accountability, first on a soccer degree then on an administration degree.
“This can be a prime league in a prime nation and we have to sharpen up a little bit bit.”
Hibs went into the Canaries conflict with out ten gamers as a result of damage and work allow points and Johnson then misplaced Aiden McGeady after 19 minutes as a result of a knee challenge.
He added: “He felt his knee, he tried to cut inside and the man caught him a little bit bit on the ankle and he felt the joint open up.
“That occurs – typically you’ll be able to run it off and typically it takes 4 or 5 days. He felt a pointy ache however hopefully it received’t hold him out.”