first_imgDundee United manager Mixu Paatelainen has been issued with a notice of complaint from the Scottish FA, following his conduct after his side equalised in Sunday’s derby.The head coach reacted to the travelling fans in the stand behind the dugout after Biilly McKay’s stoppage time goal levelled the game at 2-2.The notice of complaint regards the breach of SFA Rule 203, which suggests that “on or around the 91st minute you committed misconduct by shouting and gesticulating at away supporters”.A principal hearing date of Wednesday, April 13 has been set, where Paatelainen will be able to answer the charge. A judicial panel threw out the club’s complaint, meaning he will now miss the Scottish Premiership fixture with Ross County on April 2. St Mirren manager Alex Rae has also been issued with a notice of complaint from his side’s 2-1 Championship defeat to Raith Rovers on Tuesday.He allegedly breached Disciplinary Rule 203, stating “In that on or around the 64th minute you committed misconduct by using offensive, abusing or insulting language to the match referee.”Rae has been handed a one-match fixed suspension offer. His hearing will also take place on Wednesday, April 13.Meanwhile, Dundee goalkeeper Scott Bain has lost his appeal against his red card in the weekend’s derby match with Dundee United.last_img