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The club need to go to the Arbitration Court for Sport...

...to look into the incident that has seen Bow get him banned for three games and fined £4k. He said he did not shout or swear and yet still gets a dreconian punishment. There are many injustices in the game and one club needs to set a precedent by my making the move of taking a matter the Arbitration Court for Sport over such a matter. Why can it not be Charlton?


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  • He accepted the punishment.

    He's still in the ground.


  • edited October 16
    He accepted the punishment.

    He's still in the ground.


    He also plead guilty to the charge......if that’s the right expression.
  • Somehow I just knew this thread was started by you! 
  • Snowflake
  • Somehow I just knew this thread was started by you! 
    Ha, that’s the first thought I just had!
  • Let’s have another drink and think about this.
  • ...to look into the incident that has seen Bow get him banned for three games and fined £4k. He said he did not shout or swear and yet still gets a dreconian punishment. There are many injustices in the game and one club needs to set a precedent by my making the move of taking a matter the Arbitration Court for Sport over such a matter. Why can it not be Charlton?


    Dreconian?
  • iainment said:
    ...to look into the incident that has seen Bow get him banned for three games and fined £4k. He said he did not shout or swear and yet still gets a dreconian punishment. There are many injustices in the game and one club needs to set a precedent by my making the move of taking a matter the Arbitration Court for Sport over such a matter. Why can it not be Charlton?


    Dreconian?
    Hmm.  Maybe one for the grammar police thread.  I would have expected you to realise the poster meant Draconian.  Which I believe is descriptive of excessively harsh treatment ascribed to a certain Draco; hence the capitalisation.  Or maybe you did and this was just a fishing exercise, in which case congratulations.
  • CatAddick said:
    iainment said:
    ...to look into the incident that has seen Bow get him banned for three games and fined £4k. He said he did not shout or swear and yet still gets a dreconian punishment. There are many injustices in the game and one club needs to set a precedent by my making the move of taking a matter the Arbitration Court for Sport over such a matter. Why can it not be Charlton?


    Dreconian?
    Hmm.  Maybe one for the grammar police thread.  I would have expected you to realise the poster meant Draconian.  Which I believe is descriptive of excessively harsh treatment ascribed to a certain Draco; hence the capitalisation.  Or maybe you did and this was just a fishing exercise, in which case congratulations.
    No. Just a stupid thread with stupid spelling to justify it's stupid self. 
    If anyone wants to use draconian in respect of this they deserve to be called out.
    I don't think anyone will be executed or put into slavery for this. Which is what the Draconian laws did.
  • Apologies for being rude about this. Drink and the internet don't mix well for me.

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