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FA Leap Into Action ONLY Four Months After McManaman’s Assault On Haidara

8 years ago
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In an astonishing fast acting display, the FA have left fans breathless with their response to the farce surrounding the non-punishment of Wigan’s Callum McManaman against Newcastle United.

ONLY 4 months later the FA have acted decisively to try and stop this happening again, probably.

Massadio Haidara is said to be ecstatic with only four months passing fro something to be done after McManaman unsuccessfully tried to end the French left-back’s career.

The Daily Mirror claim that the various bodies (Premier League, PFA, Football League, Referees) have reached agreement with the FA that the exceptional circumstances caveat should be allowed to include on the ball tackles.

The English FA is once again the envy of the world as Callum McManaman lights yet another cigar whilst polishing his FA Cup winners medal, proving once again that thuggish behaviour does pay.

Like me, I bet you have little doubt that now this change in stance is coming about, we all know which Premier League club will be the first to have a player brought to book thanks to the new ruling, instead of getting away with it like Wigan and McManaman.

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