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Re: What if ...

By Gareth Coates (beano)28/4/2015 09:52Tue Apr 28 09:52:13 2015In response to Re: What if ...

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As I've said, because Middlesex FA does not have access to the disciplinary cases managed by The FA, it was not aware of the issue. Had Middlesex FA been made aware of the problem in January, then it would have been addressed then.

Because the problem has come to light now, it needs to be dealt with in a manner appropriate to the Cup Rules because any inconsistency in their application could be used as a precedent by clubs to try to circumvent the rules in any of the other 23 Cups run by Middlesex FA.

All MFA can do now is wait for The FA to sort the issue out and then act accordingly.

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