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Re: What if ...

By Gareth Coates (beano)27/4/2015 21:16Mon Apr 27 21:16:17 2015In response to Re: What if ...

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No, the Middlesex FA weren't made aware of the situation at the time. Discipline for First Teams at Steps 1-4 is managed by The FA alone, without reference to County FAs. However, The FA only accepts discipline reports for one Senior Cup per County FA, which in Middlesex is the Senior Challenge Cup.

Therefore, the first time Middlesex FA became aware of the situation was when The FA found Enfield Town guilty of playing a player under suspension. Once it became apparent that the alleged offence took place in early January, Middlesex FA opened an investigation, which cannot proceed until the existing processes have been completed.

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