Portsmouth pair face FA inquiry after penalty row
Portsmouth’s prolonged protest over the late Authentic Prada Handbags Online penalty that triggered their 3-1 defeat at Tottenham on Monday has left two of their players facing an FA charge. The FA decided yesterday to write to Black Prada Chain Black Prada Bag With Gold Bag Gary O’Neil and Lomana Lua Lua, demanding an explanation for their comments.
Both players are alleged to have accused the referee Uriah Rennie of being influenced into awarding Tottenham a decisive penalty five minutes from time and the comments of each player are said to have brought the integrity of a referee into question. The pair have been given seven days to respond.
The FA is focusing on individuals rather than bringing collective action against Portsmouth. Charges of improper conduct could result, leaving the duo facing the prospect of heavy fines.
O’Neil conceded the Agatha Ruiz Dela Prada Clothing Uk penalty when struck on the arm by Andy Reid’s free-kick. It seemed debatable but the FA referees chief Keith Hackett believes Rennie was entitled to give it, stressing that Bicester Village London Prada players do not have to deliberately handle for a penalty to be signalled.
Newcastle’s chairman Freddy Shepherd has told his Portsmouth counterpart Milan Mandaric to put up the money Black Leather Prada Milano Purse if he wants Agatha Ruiz Dela Prada to re-sign the Senegal international midfielder Amdy Faye, who arrived on About Prada Products Tyneside from Fratton Park last January.
« If Portsmouth, or anyone else for that matter, want any of our players in January, then singapore they will have to put their money on the table, » Shepherd said.
Southampton’s chairman Rupert Lowe has denied reports suggesting that Saints’ 33-year-old Finland international goalkeeper Antti Niemi could be poised to join Charlton in the January transfer window. Lowe said: « I have not heard Black Prada Doctor Bag anything from Charlton, not a word. And they would have to agree a fee before they could speak to Antti, so there is absolutely nothing in it. »
Bournemouth’s Dean Court stadium has been sold to a property company on a lease-back deal in an attempt to reduce the club’s debts. The ground was sold for £3.5m and will now be leased back Bicester Village Prada Opening by the club for around £300,000 each year. Debts of around £7m forced Bournemouth chairman Peter Phillips to strike the deal, which he says will allow the Cherries to « begin to plan ahead ».