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TUESDAY 16th January 2007 will go down in history as the day the Football Association of Wales finally lost the plot.
Within the space of a few days, disciplinary panels have made baffling decisions about two of the clubs within the governing body's jurisdiction.
• On Saturday 11 November, fourth official Alan Sheffield needed seven stitches in a head wound and underwent minor surgery to repair a split artery after he was hit by a missile thrown by a Newport fan during the FA Cup tie with Swansea. The culprit was never identified. The Exiles were fined £2,000, of which £1,000 was suspended. No other sanction was applied.
• On Saturday 9 December, a spectator made a racist remark to an assistant referee during a Welsh Premier game at The Traeth. He was apprehended by other spectators, apologised immediately and was banned by the club from attending future games. Porthmadog were fined £13,200 (£12,200 suspended) and deducted three league points.
The massive disparity in the respective punishments says that, for a spectator to racially taunt a linesman is more than six times worse than severing a fourth official's artery with a coin.
It's akin to a high court judge sentencing a burglar to 13 years and then giving a murderer two years in the same court.
It proves that the FAW is totally incapable of extending its powers to what are basically criminal matters.
Spectators who can be caught, identified and found guilty of misdemeanours should be banned from watching football for an appropriate period and handed over to the Police and the Crown Prosecution Service for justice to be applied.
The FAW should stop running kangaroo courts and get back to administering the game in Wales.
18 January 2021
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