Wednesday, 14 December 2016

Pathetic in all Senses

England and Scotland will avoid a points deduction for wearing armbands featuring poppies in their World Cup qualifier on Armistice Day but have both been found guilty of breaking Fifarules and will be fined and reprimanded, The Independent understands.

The fine faced by England and Scotland will not be made public until next Monday at the earliest. The world football governing body usually releases details of punishments the day after a disciplinary committee sits. But with the wording of the judgement being worked on in fine detail, it will be made public at least ten days after the decision was made.

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