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United - Moyes and Round Charged!

United - Moyes and Round Charged!

It doesn`t really come as a surprise to learn that charges have been brought against David Moyes.

After throwing a right old tantrum after Martin Atkinson decided that sufficient added time had been played after Everton had grabbed those two remarkable late goals, his intrusion onto the pitch and subsequent rant have seen him fall foul of the Football Association.

Furthermore, the actions of his number two, Steve Round, according to the Football Association, fell into the same category and he too has been charged, we suggest that (tongue in cheek here) they try and control their emotions better because you`d never see anyone from our club doing something similar would you?

Interestingly, despite charging Moyes and Round, those in charge of allocating the officials for the games this weekend, have seen fit to demote Atkinson to being the fourth official in the Sunderland v Arsenal fixture this weekend!

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Writer:Red Boy
Date:Tuesday September 14 2010
Time: 4:23PM

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You would've thought he would be happy coming back from 2 goals down to draw 3-3. In my opinion if someone has got a solid case for moaning at the ref they shouldn't be banned.
TheFamousNo7
15/09/2010 19:32:00
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