It was interesting to see yesterday that those in charge of control of our game decided that Yaya Toure wouldn`t be charged following his apparent stamp on the Norwich player, Van Wolfswinkel.
Presumably the Football Association either thought that no crime had been committed or that it wasn`t of a serious enough nature to haul Yaya Toure before them.
The decision has angered Jose Mourinho who, it would seem, believes that Manchester City have been given a favourable deal and has ranted,
"If he`s not suspended, the message is clear - the players can do what they want if the referee doesn`t see. The message is normally that, if the FA defends football, he`d have to be suspended."
Harsh words but very probably true.
Elsewhere, Craig Bellamy has been charged for his indiscretion in Cardiff`s weekend fixture, suggesting its one law for those at the top and quite another for those at the bottom!