UPDATE: Hammers found to have broken even MORE FA rules?
By Harry Amber-Mitchell
Saturday 27 Sep 2008 08:00:00
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West Ham could be in even more bother with the FA after the independent panel that decided Sheffield United were owed money from Tevez-gate may have found fresh evidence of rule breaking.

The Telegraph reports the role of Scott Duxbury has once again come into the spotlight over the whole affair... and that's never good.

“We consider that West Ham’s conduct immediately after the commission’s decision of April 27, 2007, and its non-disclosure of such conduct to the Premier League, amounted to further breaches of the obligation under Rule B13 to behave with the utmost good faith towards the Premier League,” said the tribunal.


It appears that during the time when West Ham were supposed to gain complete control and ownership of Tevez's registration, Duxbury secretly pledged to honour the original terms of the agreement with Kia Joorabchian.

The tribunal said: “the object of those discussions was to reassure the rights owners that, irrespective of the formal position which West Ham had had to adopt, everything which the private agreement required would be realised in practice”.

Erk. Not MORE money. Surely it's time something was done at the top to stop this whole thing spiralling out of control.

I'm not even going to write anything here.

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