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Bruce Set for FA Charge

Bruce Set for FA Charge


Wigan Athletic boss Steve Bruce is set to face the wrath of the FA over his outburst at referee Alan Wiley in last weekends game against Liverpool following Antonio Valencia`s sending off and 'other` questionable decisions.

Bruce claimed that Wiley had shown a lack of 'respect` and not given the Latics a fair rub of the green with his decision making.

Wiley gave Bruce a touch-line telling off during the game and at the end of the match Wiley asked for police intervention when Bruce tried to talk to him in the tunnel.

Bruce is set to fight the case but could end up facing a touch line ban as well as a fine, at least he`s passionate and Wiley did have a rubbish match, nothing changes

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Writer:Barry Worthington
Date:Monday October 27 2008
Time: 10:22AM

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Sometimes its better to bite your lip but it must be hard
worbo
27/10/2008 10:25:00
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We call Mike Riley 'Scouse' at Villa park after his refereeing in the Liverpool game at Villa last season...nuff sed.
jonah
27/10/2008 10:31:00
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Wiley and his dickhead linesman Glenn Turner are the two biggest *****s still involved in football. Total SKY4 bias it's beyond a joke.
EvertonMike
27/10/2008 10:58:00
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Good on ya Brucey! Nice to see we have empathy from opposition fans as well!
paul41
27/10/2008 11:53:00
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he'll cop for a fine nothing else!
merlin
27/10/2008 21:31:00
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