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Moyes innocent

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All charges have been dropped against David Moyes for his comments following the derby earlier this season. Does this mean:

  • The FA think he was right?
  • That Clattenberg was wrong?
  • That Clattenberg will now be charged with bringing the game into disrepute?
  • That the RS will be charged with corruption?
  • That the game will be replayed?
  • We will win and be 9 points ahead of the RS?
Bugger... just woke up and realised it will be swept under the carpet and the FA think it will be forgotten. Not by us guys - not by us!
Steve Ashton, Dunstable, Beds     Posted 02/02/2008 at 09:59:50

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Ryan Jones
1   Posted 02/02/2008 at 10:14:55

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I see that the FA have backed down in the Twattenberg row and cleared Moyes of any wrongdoing regarding his post-match comments. Excellent news for Davie and just shows what can happen when you stand up to these wankers at Soho Square. COYB!
Gerry Quinn
2   Posted 02/02/2008 at 14:39:03

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How the hell can you take so long to bring charges against someone (remember it was after Fergusons rant against Clattenberg weeks on from the derby match) and then drop them quietly them weeks further on - what gives here? Just proves how incredibly spineless and out of touch the FA are. It will be interesting to see where and when this clown re-appears at whatever level they think he can do the least damage to his or their cause. Obviously he shouldn’t/can’t referee an Everton match ever again - but what are everyone else’s thoughts on him refereeing any EPL match - or Asian Leagues for that matter?
Keith Glazzard
3   Posted 02/02/2008 at 14:47:30

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Its only a moral victory unfortunately - the "ref" and the sweet FA owe us three points or at least an apology. ’Under the carpet’ is quite right. At least the the twat in the black knows he has no defence - and that’s according to his bosses.
Gerry Quinn
4   Posted 02/02/2008 at 14:53:51

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Apologies, after the rant, just checked and noted that the dick is "officiating" Spurs/United today - back to Fergie to have another go at him......!
Gerry Quinn
5   Posted 02/02/2008 at 15:09:31

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Local rag update link - it isn’t over yet....
http://icliverpool.icnetwork.co.uk/0400evertonfc/0100news/tm_headline=fa-forced-to-drop-charge-against-david-moyes%26method=full%26objectid=20428458%26siteid=50061-name_page.html
Ste Moorcroft
6   Posted 02/02/2008 at 19:01:44

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Clattenburg has slowly but surely been getting bigger Premiership games after initially only doing sides outside of the top four following the derby debacle.

Noticed he was at White Hart Lane today and managed to book 7 United players out of a total of 10 !!

Welcome back to the big time, Mark. Hope to see you at Goodison in the near future...
Brian Garside
7   Posted 06/02/2008 at 01:32:41

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I´m dissapointed that DM has been deprived of a chance to defend himself and make the FA to face up to what they really are.
Spinless cretins is one term which comes to mind.

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