Gardaí has identified suspects and plans to arrest after a possible attack by a judge in an amateur adult soccer game.
Midland Judge Daniel Sweeney was hospitalized with several facial injuries following a possible car park attack after Co Offaly's Sunday morning.
It is believed that three Mullingar Town players and a spectator have been attacked by a club accident disaster with the Horseleap Combined Football League (CCFL).
It is understood that gardaí follows a certain line of inquiry and has interviewed several eye witnesses in their investigation. The alleged attack site was tested yesterday.
Sainen became a further treatment and investigation into his injuries in the evening.
It is understood that he was taken from Tullamore Hospital to St James's Hospital and then to the Eye and Ear Clinic.
He suspected a broken jaw, his eye socket and his injury, and, after a possible attack, he had to take his stitches on his nose.
Paul O'Brien, President of the Society for the Society of Irish Soccer Societies (ISRS), said that he had contacted John Delaney, Executive Director of FAI on this issue.
"Of course, we are sitting with them. He promised me that he would sit after me, in my opinion, to be expected the next week, and we can discuss it," he said.
"Speaking of what we want from it, we do not want to see it again before, but we believe it necessary to provide a deterrent effect to ensure that it does not happen anymore. We need to look at the suspension of the players who does it.
"We want to review it and we want to be involved in discussions about how we overcome it. If I forced a judge to be at the minimum, could I possibly have a judge with my head and still have a year, so we have to do it, we have to check the attacks."
Mr. O & # 39; Brien said that the abuse of judges in relation to social media should be considered.
Sean Montgomery, chairman of the United Soccer League, said that the players will be banned from life and the club will receive a significant penalty.
He said: "There will be nothing to stop as we handle it.
"It's completely and totally unacceptable."
The latest incident is after the Dublin District Student League (DDSL) Alert for Violence in the Games.
And Leinster's senior league has also appealed for the respect of players and gaming officials for a number of recent incidents.