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Two wrongs don't make a right! Man U and the like should also have been punished. The rules are clearly defined by the FA'The League's E20 rule stipulates that clubs must field a full-strength side in all top-flight games' Like everything else you should use common sense in interpreting that rule. McCarthy's decision was blatantly at odds with that ruling! The FA I suspect have been embarrassed by their turning of a blind eye to Man U & other Top 4 clubs in the past doing the same as Wolves. I guess they felt they couldn't punish Wolves anymore than they did! They are simply weak willed and should have made a stand apologising for letting other clubs get away with it in the past and stating clearly it would no longer be tolerated now or in the future!

Posted By: turfmanphil

Date/Time: 24/02/2010 11:26:00


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