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'Violent' SWP Will Line Up Against Middlesbrough

'Violent' SWP Will Line Up Against Middlesbrough

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SWP's bullying of Stoke's Rory Delap could yet go unpunished by the pisspoor Football Association

Manchester City are tonight dusting off the FA's own watertight rule books as they prepare a case for the regularly clattered but get's straight back up again winger's innocence.

Turns out the bungling 'Big Four' favouring FA might have cocked up by charging SWP with violent conduct outside of their own post match 48 hour rule.

The player's hearing will be heard next monday at 11am.

You couldn't make it up. Again.

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Writer:Johnny Baguette
Date:Thursday February 5 2009
Time: 7:12PM

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SWP was former Chelsea player, May this thing will help him in the case !!
city 81
05/02/2009 19:31:00
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Nice angle of thought, city81! lol
Johnny Baguette
05/02/2009 19:32:00
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They're good those FA lot! Can we get them to review the penalty on Micah that wasn't given and have a point from the match too?
fifthcolumnblue
05/02/2009 19:35:00
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SWP didnt bully Rory Delap, matter of fact he does not deserve a red card, when you get kicked that hard it’s justified to kick him back, it’s an automatic reaction of self defence! I'm angry and upset about this as well and I agree with you guys the FA are out of order! But for this occasion please let it slip because not only will it affect my dying wish of SWP coming to attend my event it will make me feel down & upset! I have already had my hopes dashed by the Portsmouth re-arranged game putting doubts of the possibility of him coming!
mcfcthriller
05/02/2009 20:08:00
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JB :)), Really dont know what I say, FA said there is nothing against Bosengwa , But for this short boy No he had make a VIOLENT CONDUCT !! I think even Delap dont know about this beating only from the video after game finish :)))
city 81
05/02/2009 21:14:00
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It would be delicious if they have cocked it up ....couldn't happen to a nicer bunch of people
Doody
06/02/2009 08:24:00
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they let Boswinga off with a blatent....deliberate kick in the back.......then charge someone like SWP....who "never" fouls anyone......and who gets fouled regularly and up to this one time has never retaliated......yet again the top four get "let off"......and in keeping with the current trend...."lets get at City"....!!
lincolnblue
06/02/2009 09:21:00
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SWP should have an ASBO, be curfewed and forced to play with his socks rolled down so everyone can see his electronic tag. When he's released from custody.
kennyclementstache
06/02/2009 15:34:00
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This was a minor reaction by SWP to a deliberate attempt to intimidate by Delap. Not only did the stoke bloke cut Shaun down from behind, but then deliberately kicked the ball against him whilst he was on the ground. This was "self defence" from shaun, not "violent conduct." These two reactions are fundamentaly different and this case shows how flawed the rules are. It is I believe libellous for the FA to act in this way. They are actually making a "violent" reaction against a football professional and should be ashamed of themselves. Maybe the FA should be more accountable to the law than they apparently are?
Sindbad
07/02/2009 17:45:00
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