Further FA Inconsistencies (Lies)
After a brief chat with a Vital Arsenal colleague today, it was decided that it was time to stop trying to wind up other fans and concentrate on articles with Arsenal at their heart, but upon my arrival home from work this evening I saw the latest load of bullshit from the FA, and just had to comment.
A statement was issued saying none of the Chelsea players who involved in 'restraining' (yeah right) the Tottenham fan would not face any disciplinary action.
'We have looked at all the available video footage and there will be no formal disciplinary action against any players,'
Obviously not all the footage, because surely a player who kicks a member of public (no matter what he has done) should be held accountable for his actions.
The following clip is taken from the live broadcast on the BBC of the Tottenham vs Chelsea FA Cup quarter final.
With the aid of SkyPlus, not any fancy video technology, it's clear to see at least two Chelsea players putting the boot in on the so called fan.
I'm sorry to harp on about it, but after the Carling Cup final, Manu Adebayor was banned for four matches despite the FA not having any footage what so ever of the player committing the crimes they accused him of, and now, with footage readily available (so much so it's posted all over the internet) the FA tell blatant lies (once again) and the Chelsea players get off scott free.
The FA are killing our game with their inconsistencies.
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