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AccyMad 22-01-2019 18:05

Re: Charlton Thread.
 
Maxted's red card has been rescinded but Sam has been charged with violent conduct

Twenty Eight 22-01-2019 18:11

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He’ll not got away with that.
3 match ban on its way.

cashman 22-01-2019 18:12

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Originally Posted by AccyMad (Post 1223207)
Maxted's red card has been rescinded but Sam has been charged with violent conduct

Aye thats good but still deprived us of our penalty specialist.:(

cashman 22-01-2019 18:13

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Quote:

Originally Posted by Twenty Eight (Post 1223208)
He’ll not got away with that.
3 match ban on its way.

They are after MORE than 3 matches it says on fishy,

AccyMad 22-01-2019 18:29

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Lyle Taylor's red card has been upheld - footage must've shown he was the instigator

cashman 22-01-2019 18:33

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Originally Posted by AccyMad (Post 1223212)
Lyle Taylor's red card has been upheld - footage must've shown he was the instigator

Then to me the grinning shows he got what he wanted.

Exile on Spencer St 22-01-2019 19:04

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Still can’t believe, especially in this day and age of feigned injury, that a player who had has his head stamped on or raked with a studded boot would get up without rubbing his head, and walk away laughing. This is a guy playing football, not rugby.
Taylor’s behaviour suggests that Finlay, if he tried, didn’t connect, either that or Taylor’s head is made of wood, which I doubt.
So, if it was attempted violent conduct, would that carry a similar sanction to actual violent conduct?
And if attempted violent conduct is punishable, why isn’t Charlton’s No.4 being ‘cited’ for the ‘challenge’ on Billy Kee caught by Kippax’s camera?

cashman 22-01-2019 19:26

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Originally Posted by Exile on Spencer St (Post 1223215)
Still can’t believe, especially in this day and age of feigned injury, that a player who had has his head stamped on or raked with a studded boot would get up without rubbing his head, and walk away laughing. This is a guy playing football, not rugby.
Taylor’s behaviour suggests that Finlay, if he tried, didn’t connect, either that or Taylor’s head is made of wood, which I doubt.
So, if it was attempted violent conduct, would that carry a similar sanction to actual violent conduct?
And if attempted violent conduct is punishable, why isn’t Charlton’s No.4 being ‘cited’ for the ‘challenge’ on Billy Kee caught by Kippax’s camera?

Probably because its only Accrington Stanley?

Lord Didsbury 22-01-2019 20:00

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Sam quite rightly charged. Hopefully he will see the error of his ways and behave better in future.
Hopefully Andy H makes his views on good conduct known to the players and management team as he alluded to on Twitter and that those of our fans who are still in denial reflect at some point that it’s ok to admit you are wrong now and again.

Simpson 22-01-2019 20:10

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Only a matter of time before some of the legal minds exhibited on this thread are “called to the bar”, I’m just not sure whether it will be The Crown or the Hare and Hounds !

Exile on Spencer St 22-01-2019 20:19

Re: Charlton Thread.
 
In answer to my own question, it appears that ”striking or attempting to strike an opponent” is one and the same offence.

AccyMad 22-01-2019 20:27

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Quote:

Originally Posted by Lord Didsbury (Post 1223220)
Sam quite rightly charged. Hopefully he will see the error of his ways and behave better in future.
Hopefully Andy H makes his views on good conduct known to the players and management team as he alluded to on Twitter and that those of our fans who are still in denial reflect at some point that it’s ok to admit you are wrong now and again.

That's a very patronising remark Lord D, I don't think any of us were 'in denial' - just waiting to see if there was some clear evidence of the alleged incident.

Twenty Eight 22-01-2019 21:18

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Quote:

Originally Posted by AccyMad (Post 1223212)
Lyle Taylor's red card has been upheld - footage must've shown he was the instigator

Doesn’t matter where Sam is concerned.
Retaliation is as bad as instigation.
He’s in bother.

Lord Stiffupperlip 23-01-2019 10:13

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From the Fishy site;
'It is alleged the standard punishment of three matches that would otherwise apply is clearly insufficient'
Bother indeed!
Only goes to show there is no hiding place for any player in today's game.
I'm sure the jury will scrutinise the video in forensic detail before any verdict.
Sam is a talented young player but, if this case is proven, a moment of petulance may result in a lengthy ban & will cost us dearly.
No doubt he will have plenty of time to reflect on how his actions have let the club down.
We've always prided ourselves on playing the game without malice.
When a national newspaper is running a video that infers the opposite, that reputation is destroyed.
Fingers crossed for a lenient judge. :o

cashman 23-01-2019 10:34

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Sad but if proved then hope he gets whats deserved. no argument from me if thats the case.


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