Discussion in 'Pure Football' started by Trimdon East Durham, May 6, 2010.
Some ones balls should be on a platter for this,how hard can it be to count 10ffs.
they were safe, but not any more
Was typing with help from my 18 month old.
Once again it stinks of one rule for one club and a different one for others. How can west ham escape a points deduction for playing ineligible players yer smaller clubs get the book thrown at them, the fa are a joke, and i know that the football league plays a part but that should'nt mean different punishments foe the same crime, we all play in the same national league after all
Nail on head
as much as it is one rule for trevor brooking one rule for the rest, hatlepool shouldn't have played an ineligable player. thier fault.
In fairness Hartlepool broke the rules. They could be relegated on Saturday, tough game down at Brentford.
same bloody rule should apply to all football clubs.
What are the other fixtures involving hartlepool in the relegation deciders
Come on poolies...
West Ham's punishment was handed to them by the premier league. Not the football league.
Wasn't there some ambiguity as to the player being ineligible though? I didn't really understand how, but apparently the booking didn't appear in reviews in the papers etc. How didn't even the player know he was suspended?
No we don't.
stockport v tranmere
southampton v southend
wycombe v gillingham
our rules any different? i thought you still had to kick a ball into a net to score a goal?
and exeter ????
Exeter are away to Huddersfield which is probably Pools best chance of a result going there way. Huddersfield still have an outside chance of finishing 2nd
Thats the monkeyhingers down then. Jeff Stelling's face will be a picture.
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