Fremantle forward Michael Frederick will miss Saturday’s round 13 clash against Hawthorn after not adhering to team standards.
Frederick consumed alcohol following the Brisbane game, which fell short of team standards being a six-day break leading into the round 13 game against the Hawks.
In consultation with the leadership group, the club has imposed a one-match ban on Frederick making him unavailable for both AFL and WAFL selection this weekend.
Executive General Manager of Football Peter Bell was disappointed that the 22-year-old made an error in judgement following an impressive team performance over Brisbane. 
“Michael is remorseful and makes no excuses for his actions,” Bell said.
“The Club is proud of the culture it has built in recent years and that is mainly due to the strong commitment to the trademark that the players and staff adhere to every day. 
“The Club will continue to support Michael so he is equipped to make better decisions in the future.”

“Michael is an outstanding young man who has made an error, but we are really confident that he will learn from this experience. We look forward to a demonstration of his commitment to our trademark moving forwards.”