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"Florent Malouda is facing a possible three-game ban after referee Lee Probert decided to review his clash with Phil Neville."

It's pathetic... For everybody else the refs refuse to review an action, but when it's about Chelsea they are agree to do so (yeah i exaggerate a bit, but this is not untrue)...

Okay, then he must review the Cahill's foul on Cech, the Coleman's foul on Cole , and Baines' handball (I am not sure if it is him) in the box...

But after his pitiful arbitration, he better to shut his mouth...

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"Florent Malouda is facing a possible three-game ban after referee Lee Probert decided to review his clash with Phil Neville."

It's pathetic... For everybody else the refs refuse to review an action, but when it's about Chelsea they are agree to do so (yeah i exaggerate a bit, but this is not untrue)...

Okay, then he must review the Cahill's foul on Cech, the Coleman's foul on Cole , and Baines' handball (I am not sure if it is him) in the box...

But after his pitiful arbitration, he better to shut his mouth...

Thing it, technically the FA can't do anything about it because the decision was made to give a free-kick for the incident. It's just like the Gerrard smash of the forearm, to the back of the head, last season. If he can get away with that, surely they have no case for Malouda.

Then again, we are not blessed with such luck :\

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I didn't know this..

December 31 is the date in the year that more than any other signifies an end. When it comes to English football's disciplinary system it represents a finish too. It is the last date on which a player with five yellow cards to his name will have to serve a suspension this season.

From 1 January onwards, a player will need 10 yellow cards before he is handed a suspension (five yellows will lead to a warning as to his future conduct rather than a ban).

Whereas the suspension for five yellows before 31 December is one game in length, suspension for 10 yellows is two matches although that only applies until the second Sunday in April.

After that date he will need 15 yellows for a suspension with the length of the ban then extended to three games. Ten yellows after the second Sunday in April now brings about a conduct warning only.

Twenty yellows will mean an appearance in front of a committee with unspecified punishment available to be handed out.

These regulations changed for last season. Previously a player had to survive until the last day in February rather than the last day in December without five yellows to avoid a ban. Also the old seven-day wait from the last booking for a suspension to start has gone as well. They now begin immediately.

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I really cannot get my head around that rule sheet thing LDN Blue posted haha

Haha basically, from now till 2nd April, if player get 10yellow cards, then they face a 2match ban. 5 yellow cards simply comes with a waning. Case & points, Charlie Adams received his 10th yellow card this weekend so he misses our game.

From 2nd April, players will need 15yellows to face a ban, which will be increased to 3 matches.

Hope that clears it up? :lol:

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Haha basically, from now till 2nd April, if player get 10yellow cards, then they face a 2match ban. 5 yellow cards simply comes with a waning. Case & points, Charlie Adams received his 10th yellow card this weekend so he misses our game.

From 2nd April, players will need 15yellows to face a ban, which will be increased to 3 matches.

Hope that clears it up? :lol:

ahh right is that 5 yellows for a ban thing ditched for good or will it be back for the 1st half of next season?

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Haha basically, from now till 2nd April, if player get 10yellow cards, then they face a 2match ban. 5 yellow cards simply comes with a waning. Case & points, Charlie Adams received his 10th yellow card this weekend so he misses our game.

From 2nd April, players will need 15yellows to face a ban,

which will be increased to 3 matches.

Hope that clears it up? :lol:

oh I didn't know that, thanks!

So practically there's 1 match ban for 5 card, isn't?

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