Andy Keogh has apologised for his indiscretion in Adelaide earlier this week. He faced the media today and made a short statement.
"First of all, I’d like to apologise for my indiscretion and poor behaviour at the weekend in Adelaide.
My actions have unfortunately embarrassed myself, my teammates- especially Josh Risdon who was caught up in this drama.
I am also sorry for the embarrassment it has brought onto the club, our fans, our corporate partners and sponsors, but above all, I am deeply regretful and remorseful for the hurt and pain it has caused my wife and family.
I accept full responsibility for my actions, and I also accept the sanctions Perth Glory Football Club has imposed on me.
As for the police charge, it would be inappropriate for me to comment on the matter as it is now in the hands of the courts.
We have been top of the league for the past 14 weeks and hopefully our strong run will continue against Melbourne City this weekend.
From here on, I would ask you all, to respect my privacy and allow me to get on with my life so I can do my bit to help Perth Glory win an historic FIRST championship.
Thank you "