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janu
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What a cheat - hope he's out against us!

 

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An appeal has been lodged with the FA over Arjen Robben’s red card at West Bromwich Albion on Saturday.

 

The case will be heard by an FA Disciplinary Commission tomorrow (Tuesday).

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lol great video. Someone should post that on the Chelsea board.

 

What goes around ... hope they double his punishment, for previous unsporting behaviour.

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:)

 

Is it me or does he have a rather bad disciplinary record this season?  :nufc:

 

Don't see the point in appealling, it was a stupid challenge, thankfully it didn't injure Greening.

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                  Apps As sub Goals Yellow Red

Total (Club) 32      (6)        7        5        2

Remember the Reina-thing? :clapping:

Hope Chelsea get crushed tonight at the Camp Nou...

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hope they double his punishment, for previous unsporting behaviour.

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They should increase the ban for having the audacity to challenge the decision IMO.

 

They should introduce some sort of punishment increase for losing appeals in a similar way to how they do in F1. Would stop a hell of a lot of time wasting that's for sure.

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Robben claim rejected - Tuesday, 07 March 2006.

 

At a Disciplinary Commission hearing today, Chelsea's Arjen Robben has had a claim for wrongful dismissal rejected.

 

He was sent off for serious foul play against West Bromwich Albion on Saturday 4 March.

 

Robben will now serve a four-match suspension with immediate effect as it was his second sending-off of the season.

thefa.com

 

Get in!

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