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Red Card Player Ban Extended

Red Card Player Ban Extended

The red card issued on Saturday has been reviewed, and a decision has been taken to add an extra game to the initial three match ban.

I am of course talking about former Arsenal player Jermie Aliadiere for his petulant slap on Javier Mascherano, rather than the bone crunching Taylor for his foul on our very own Eduardo.

What's the world coming to?

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Writer:Rocky7
Date:Tuesday February 26 2008
Time: 5:25PM

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Scandalous, Crazy, Insane. Unfortunately Aliadiere is now not going to get to play in our game at the Emirates, something his good form since leaving you surely deserved.
Boro 01
26/02/2008 17:29:00
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seriously? Based on what exactly? Thot the FA were not able to react once the ref had dealt with it? S, based on what is Taylors own not extended?
TeamSpirit
26/02/2008 17:35:00
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I've just read quotes that the chief executive of the PFA has written to Taylor expressing sympathy for him, and to tell him that's he's not vindictive or nasty.......oh, on a side note, he wrote to Eduardo too.
Rocky7
26/02/2008 17:40:00
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Leave it out, poor old Tiny's had enough to deal with over the last few days.
AFC85Lew
26/02/2008 17:41:00
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Its because boro didnt agree with it and The FA like to call it 'frivolous' when a club apeals to a refs decision. You know so clubs dont harras them too much. They dont like too much work ,you know?
Paulo Gun
26/02/2008 17:46:00
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The sky write : "Although Eduardo's injury in last Saturday's 2-2 draw attracted all of the media attention, Blues did not finish the match unscathed with Kapo and Liam Ridgewell both collecting knocks." I dont know why it just boils my blood.is it because the way it sounds like blues have been hard done by not anough media coverige?
Paulo Gun
26/02/2008 17:52:00
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maybe Im emotionly drained just reading this shi*t every day.
Paulo Gun
26/02/2008 17:58:00
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It's really getting to me too.I think I might have to avoid reading anything football related for the next week or so.
Rocky7
26/02/2008 17:59:00
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LMAO this is getting more and more outrageous by the hour. I was reading the Guardian of all papers and when the quotes about Wenger talking about the negative mentality other teams deploy when facing Arsenal the writer then went on to list Arsenals disciplinary record this season, why ??? Just like the above, why mention that Brum players picked up a knock in the same breath as Eduardo's injury ? This has really opened my eyes to the football media here in England and the protect their own attitude...shocking
hazzagooner
26/02/2008 18:00:00
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I just hope 'Tiny's' wife didn't cry as much as Andrea da Silva did. That would be a real shame. I hope PFA have written to ms Taylor as well .
Paulo Gun
26/02/2008 18:43:00
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