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Barton's Appeal Turned Down!

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The FA have dismissed Barton's appeal against the red card issued by referee Swarbrick on Monday against Norwich.

This means that our captain misses this weekend's FA Cup 3rd tie at MK Dons, together with the away league game at Newcastle Sunday week and the home league game against Wigan on Saturday 21st January 2012.

Whilst I am sure that no-one expected any other outcome, it does seem to reinforce the antiquated system by which our national sport is run - and the antiquarians at the FA who run it! At least - that is what I think!!

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Writer: sandydl Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Wednesday January 4 2012

Time: 3:50PM

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The FA really have to look at themselves. Are people like Trevor Brooking involved in this pathetic little hitler brigade.
gertchaqpr
ha ha ha - serves Barton right, idiot - and Wartnob calling us cheats... I expect he'll still be saying QPR were cheated when you lot get relegated, and that it was all Norwich's fault... grow up you lot, you were beaten by the better team on the day, FACT
Beast of Bondleigh
To be fair Barton was sent of for violent conduct. Although there was no headbutt his conduct was still violent. It doesn't matter that the Norwich lad play acted - but he only cheated as much as Barton did earlier in the year. Its time to stop moaning about how football is run or the cheat from Norwich and get on with it.
LeeCookFan
 

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