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Discussion in 'Bluemoon forum' started by domalino, 11 Jan 2017.
That made me laugh :-)
Now has he simply read the Guardian?
Wondered when that slime bag would emerge
I'd be interested in his reply if you get one
Does anybody actually know what it is we have specifically failed to do - allegedly?
all media are quoting a 3 strikes rule before charge, all media are wrong... we have only failed to fill in the form correctly once
lets be honest, we cant be that incompetent can we?
Admin oversight. Slap on wrist. Pay the fine. Carry on. 29 pages on this? FFS, anyone would think it was a big deal...like a player getting 9 mos for missing a drugs test!!
I suspect we've fallen foul of this regulation, the three strikes thing may be inaccurate reporting or misunderstanding of the regulations?
7. Verification of whereabouts information
7.1. On occasion, The FA may send officials to training venues in order to verify in any respect
the accuracy of the whereabouts information submitted by a Club or Player. Such
verification may be conducted separately to or in conjunction with drug testing. Clubs must
provide FA staff attending for this purpose with all necessary assistance to complete this
task satisfactorily. Any inaccuracy of the whereabouts information submitted by a Club or
Player that is discovered in this manner may be treated as a breach of Regulation 14 and/or
Regulation 15, as appropriate.
1. The Association may act against a Participant in respect of any “Misconduct”, which is
defined as being a breach of the following:
(a) the Laws of the Game;
(b) the Rules and Regulations of The Association and in particular Rules E3 to 28 below;
(c) the Statutes and Regulations of UEFA;
(d) the Statutes and Regulations of FIFA;
(e) the rules or regulations of an Affiliated Association or Competition;
(f) an order, requirement, direction or instruction of The Association
29 pages is nothing, whatever you do avoid the 347 pages debating whether Martin Keown is the new David Blaine in the FA Cup draw thread