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Rooney punished yet Sky escape scot free!


Wayne Rooney may or may not deserve the two match ban handed down by the FA for his outburst to a Sky TV camera at West Ham on Saturday. That depends on a variety of biased opinions, but the point now has to be raised as to the responsibility Sky must equally carry for such incidents. It wasn’t the first and it won’t be the last because things are said and done in the heat of battle. It’s a situation which can very easily be avoided with a little bit of common sense.

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Clubs like United and Liverpool need a revolution


Evolution be damned. Clubs like Manchester United and Liverpool need a revolution. Truly Reds has never been radical or  politically driven, nor is it about to start preaching anarchy now. We believe however, that the time has come for football fans to take control of their clubs from the Gordon Gekko type greedy tycoons who are slowly destroying our great clubs and even the game itself. All shades of governments and self appointed football guardians like the FA, UEFA and FIFA are either unable or, more than likely unwilling, to stop OUR clubs from being financially driven out of existence by corporations who only see them as a means of making a quick, few million bucks. Football has sadly become all about the almighty  dollar.

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Mike Riley was happy, no more punishment for Manchester United


After Mike Riley positive report about his succeeded in controlling Chelsea v United game, Manchester United won’t receive extra penalty. Sir Alex Ferguson’s men already knew they would receive an automatic £25,000 fine from the FA after picking seven yellow cards during the draw with Chelsea last Sunday at Stamford Bridge.

However, there was a fear referee Mike Riley might suggest further incidents needed looking at, particularly Rio Ferdinand’s challenge on Didier Drogba at the end of the game and the aggressive attitude of some Reds players after the final whistle.

Those worries have now been allayed, with Riley confirming in his match report that he was happy with his handling of various incidents, meaning the Reds will avoid further scrutiny.

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