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Were you at Sunderland?

Were you at Sunderland?

Sky and the Football Supporters' Federation are both looking for a Pompey fan that was apparently ejected at Sunderland when the equaliser was scored. here.

If this guy was wrongly ejected then the FSF would like to know.

We have an ongoing argument with Niall Quinn over his banning of fans who were arrested in August but have not been charged to this day, let alone convicted of anything. here.

If you saw the incident or can put us in contact with anyone that can, please email me on ken.malley@fsf.org.uk.


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Writer:Ken
Date:Monday December 14 2009
Time: 2:44PM

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So are Sky looking for him for the same reason a you Ken ?.. At least you have commented that you are looking to see if he was wrongly evicted .. Sky haven't said why they would like to speak to him.. It could put somebody off coming forward ..
Chix
14/12/2009 15:16:00
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It wasn't me by the way !
Chix
14/12/2009 15:17:00
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From the way Sky word it, they appear to think that he was harshly treated. I've spoken to a couple of Sunderland fans who saw it from a greater distance - they're convinced the stewards went over the top.
Ken Malley
14/12/2009 17:13:00
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The guy's probably a bit nervous about showing his face. Ok, you could argue that coming forward would clear up the reason he was ejected. On the other hand it could put his face out there where he doesn't want it.
cornypomp
14/12/2009 18:24:00
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Does this mean that we may lose the point? No eh?
Pompey Malta
14/12/2009 19:40:00
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