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Rio Banned For Four Games

Rio Banned For Four Games

Rio Ferdinand has been banned for four games after the disciplinary body found his appeal against a three-match suspension 'frivolous'. That means he will miss the games at Arsenal, against Portsmouth, at Aston Villa and at Everton.

In hindsight, it would have been a wiser move if he had pleaded guilty: that way he would have been given an automatic three-match ban, starting with yesterday's showdown with City and he would be available for potentially hazardous games at Villa and at Everton.

But I don't blame him for wanting to play against Citeh and who knows how it would have turned out if we had played Brown instead of him (presuming Vidic hasn't been ready to start just yet). And at least he'll be available for the Carling Cup final against Villa.



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Writer:Zae
Date:Thursday January 28 2010
Time: 3:04PM

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THUG
Klutch
28/01/2010 16:40:00
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Yeah, we all know what a thug Rio is. Someone with his disciplinary record should locked up. Idiot.
tuscan3000
28/01/2010 17:21:00
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Hes no more of a thug then BellENDamy is
niteworlok
28/01/2010 17:53:00
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please please play neville on sunday :D
luckys_10
28/01/2010 18:23:00
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slowing up now obv. trying to slow down the opposition anyway he can Tut tut Frivolous indeed Captain Mainwaring is calling you
taggarts nose
28/01/2010 21:33:00
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Amusing that City fans still moaning about last nite!
niteworlok
28/01/2010 22:21:00
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Well thats what we want I guess,isn't it Nite?
Antriksh (abmtd)
29/01/2010 06:12:00
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What a thug.. They should've been more harsh, IMO.
JT_daniel
29/01/2010 06:33:00
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Rio will be back in the team before we all know it hehehe
niteworlok
29/01/2010 07:10:00
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Thats right. Rio was the first person to do something like that ever in the history of football. I can give names of at least 2 incidents this season where the same thing has happened and no punishment given out. We know what the FA stands for and it sure as hell aint Football Association.
NotoriousRedDevil
29/01/2010 13:00:00
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