Let’s make the outcomes equal – if Clattenburg is found to have made racist remarks his career should end, if Mikel has been found to have no case should his career not end also?

In the upside down world of petulant millionaires who think that no matter what they do they’ll get away with murder shouldn’t punishments¬† be equal?

The laws were changed to prevent the professional foul and now defenders get sent off far too easily. However feigning a foul is only punishable by a yellow card. This means that a cheating piece of crap like Suarez, Torres or any other forward gets two chances to dive and get a defender sent off before they depart. That is unfair.

Now Mikel has accused a referee of racist comments. If the ref has been found to have done so then he should be fired; but if the case is not proven what then?

Surely in the interests of balance and fairness, Mikel should never play again. These are serious accusations and unlike Terry and Suarez Clattenburg has to be cleaner than clean; so by going after Clattenburg if Mikel is shown to have no case he should be banned for life from playing football ever again.

To do otherwise is to deny natural justice.

About harebell

Live in Alberta Fiscally conservative and socially more "live and let live" though I draw the line at folk who abuse their authority. Never bored
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