FA plead with FIFA Over Alli

mawspurs

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The Football Association submitted their defence on Wednesday after Alli was charged by FIFA following his one-finger salute

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Japhet

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I'd rather he learned his lesson at England's expense than ours. Having said that, the probability of him learning a lesson are rather low from previous experience.
 

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If he'd broken an opponent's leg and ended that player's season, he would, presumably, have received a red and it would have been forgotten about by now, other than his automatic suspension.
 

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I'd rather he learned his lesson at England's expense than ours. Having said that, the probability of him learning a lesson are rather low from previous experience.
I agree I'm afraid, that punch, the kick, the tantrum and shove, the CL ban and now this.
There will be more incidents of his immaturity and petulance but we can only hope that his final contributions far outweigh his transgressions.
 

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Much ado about nothing. Bribes and corruption at all levels amongst the FIFA bureaucracy are chastised with minor punishments whilst a footballer gets banned for several games for giving the bird to a friend……what a genuinely screwed up world we live in
 

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Much ado about nothing. Bribes and corruption at all levels amongst the FIFA bureaucracy are chastised with minor punishments whilst a footballer gets banned for several games for giving the bird to a friend……what a genuinely screwed up world we live in
Bit like giving murderers and rapists petty sentences but 15 years prison for money laundering and tax evasion.
 
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