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thing is though this thing with west ham is all sour grapes. they all come out of the woodwork now west ham are safe. if they got relegated nothing would be done.

 

anything for attention these people will do.

 

 

Ocourse they wouldnt have done anything if they had gone down, thats the whole point. They wanted them RELEGATED, so if it woul have happened naturally then there would have been nothing to do.

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He probably can't stand Dave Whelan for another season.

Gets on my tits Whelan , bet he dosen't take action against Wesh Ham now Wigan are safe. Tit.

 

Then you would lose your bet. All four of them are still sounding a united front, and now they've apparently gotten Boro's backing for their cause too.

 

http://soccernet.espn.go.com/news/story?id...113&cc=5901

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Someone correct me if I'm wrong,

 

Teves - Illegal signing, as in he shouldnt have played for the club as he was inelagable. How can Liverpool have sorted out the whole Masherano thing and yet because West Ham are involved in the dog fight then the bottom clubs decide to have a bitch cos its unfair, its unfair your team played shit! Get over it. I loved the fact that it was Tevez waging war on the premiership with his one man band, goal scoring machanics!!

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The FA must have realised that the Mascherano deal was dodgy as it took them ages to sort out, so surely they should have suspected the Tevez and dealt with it there and then.

 

Teams have been deducted points for fielding ineligible players, West Ham also admitted it, so I think a mere 5.5 million fine is a cop out. The teams relegated are losing a hell of a lot of money, is it 30 million? So West Ham have actually got 25 million although they fielded an ineligible player. Now look at other teams who have done that, AFC Wimbledon were deducted 12 points, although it was eventually 3 and also Bury were thrown out of the FA cup for similiar wrong doings. Now how can that be fair? It seems one rule for the Premiership and another for the other leagues. Also don't forget one of the main reasons we stayed up a couple of years was because 'Boro were deducted points for not playing a game when, apparently, all the players were sick or injured. Think it's a complete joke to be honest that West Ham have got off to lightly as I don't see much happening with them now.

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I heard somewhere that when Liverpool took Mascherano they also bought out the third party that owned him at the same time. IF that's true (and it could be shite, but I don't know), then they wouldn't have been breaking any rules by playing him.

 

AFC Wimbledon was originally deducted 18 points, BTW, a penalty that the FA said publicly was excessive when they reduced it to 3. However, Altrincham was also deducted 18 points for the same infraction last season (fielding an ineligible player) and the sanction against them was upheld on appeal, even though it would have left them relegated from the conference had outside circumstances not saved them. Just another example of politics and BS trumping fairness. West Ham and Wimbledon have political clout at their respective competition levels, Altrincham doesn't.

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Didnt Boro get docked points a few years ago and went down. ?? Thats probs why they are backing the other clubs.

 

 

It was for a different reason, they failed to field a team because they had lots of injuries and and flu so got docked points

 

They were warned not to do it

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:offtopic:

 

That was the season ravenelli scored 30 odd goals and they bought juninio and they lost the FA cup final as well, im not suprised they only get small attendances, most of them probably hung themselves after that season

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We'll be wanting the 3 points from when they beat us 1-0, which will take us up to 5th :P

 

Thats pretty much my point. I mean If all the clubs involved in the relagation battle are gona get layers involved, everyone whose lost agianst them, or ingact drawn with them should be awarded the points, meaning they may as well not be in the league. I still stand by my point of "its happened get over it", then again If this was a Sheff United forum I think we'd be kicking off!!!!

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The standard they used in the Altrincham case was that the player was used in 15 matches while he was ineligible and scored in six of them, so they were docked 3 points for each of the six matches where he scored, for a total of 18 points. No other adjustments were made, though; their opponents for those six matches were not given points back if they lost or anything. If they applied that standard to West Ham with Tevez then they could lose anywhere from 18 points to zero points depending on the exact date they got his contract straightened out and made it "legal" for him to be there. Because he also scored in six different games, but didn't score his first goal for them (in any competition) until March 4 against Tottenham, after the problems with his contract had already come to light.

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