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Hazard Back Soon

One decent piece of news that broke yesterday related to Eden Hazard.

Around tea-time (UK time), the news broke that the independent panel, brought in by the Football Association, had decided that Eden`s three-match ban, was sufficient for kicking that wally of a ball boy down at Swansea.

No doubt, those sitting within the very comfy confines of the FA HQ were gnashing their teeth and spitting venom at the fact Chelsea Football Club had, in their eyes, gotten away with it!




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The Journalist

Writer: Merlin Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Friday February 1 2013

Time: 9:12AM

Your Comments

Eh? They decided that 3 was enough and then gnashed their teeth, doesn't make sense Merlin, they are the ones that decide whether he 'gets away with it' or not.
Bluedub
No" the FA refer the case to an independent panel who then give their judgement!
merlin
egg on your face FA...they must be feeling very silly now having released the initial statement saying that the red card and 3 game ban given to hazard was "clearly insufficient"....jokers! Common sense prevails for once...
JohnnyOz
AAAAARRRRRRRRGGGGGGGHHHHHHHHH HE DIDNT KICK HIM! HE SHOULDNT EVEN HAVE HAD A 3 GAME BAN, SHAME ON CHELSEA FOR NOT APPEALING THAT RED CARD. DIRTY LIL WELSH PRICK
SMOKIEJACK
The only pleasing news I've heard in what has been a week to forget.
Elbowz
I'm sure that Martin Samuel piece gave em a kick In the rear.
nelyvanile
i hope this the turing point in haz career at chelsea...hope he come out more improved and more strong...
shlok27
Well said Smokie!
SpanishBlue
At least this will be one player Rafa can't use the tired old 'tired' excuse with, he'll have to think of something else sharpish, perhaps the psychological trauma of the whole event!
SpanishBlue
Yes nely! That write up sure helped the to see justice prevail. They were really caught on the neck with that. 'Standard punishment insufficient' indeed. Really bunch of t.w.i.t.s!!
Ohans
@Spanishblue Lmao!Psychological Trauma?? Am cracking up with that. That man really got bags of excuses. He may even say Hazard now lacks match fitness as a result of sitting out the bans...lols!
Ohans
*typo* the 'ban' no 'bans'... Am still laughing hard from that.
Ohans
*typo* the 'ban' no 'bans'... Am still laughing had from that.
Ohans
Atlast we ve gotten one over those bunch of *****s,surely the witch-hunt aint stoppin here...i believe eden will return a better and stronger player
Ken4CFC
I wrote to the FA with an official complaint about Hazards treatment and they actually wrote back as follows. Dear xxxx xxx, Thank you for contacting the Football Association. Following a hearing, an independent regulatory commission was of the opinion the existing three match sanction for this offence was sufficient. The FA will be reminding all clubs of their responsibilities in ensuring ball boys and other personnel around the pitch act in an appropriate manner at all times. Thank you again for taking the time to write. Please rest assured that your comments have been noted. Best wishes, Tracey Bates
unclezillion
nice one unclezillion....thats what i call leading by example! two thumbs up!!
JohnnyOz
finally chelsea got 1 favorable outcome from the panel even though FA tried to move against us. i m happy when some one bully FA becuase they are nothing but **** who dosent know anything other than to penalise players for no reasons and giving advantages to their favorite teams and players even after giving required evidence against them.
arun.superstar18
I thought they'll scream crucify him!! Crucify him!!! Imagine the jealous manure fans and city fans saying it should be extended bcos he spurned there advances, bunch of fools
Desmondadonis
Just one game and counting since they never ave him additional suspension
Kendemsblue
 

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