Date: 10th February 2009 at 2:42pm
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The FA have now changed their minds after originally saying that Jermaine Beckford will face no further action for his elbow on Millwall keeper David Forde.

The FA originally came out this morning and said that Beckford could not face further action because the referee Alan Wiley had already dealt with the matter on the pitch by issuing Beckford with a yellow card.

They are now saying they are reviewing this after receiving fresh evidence in Wiley`s match report.

A FIFA ruling stipulates that no further action can be taken, so how can this suddenly change?

This does make you have to ask, Alan Wiley must only have changed his match report after seeing video evidence from the game? Surely this should not be allowed to happen now as it never as in the past?

Once again it seems that rules and laws don`t seem to count when it comes to punishing Leeds United!



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