QPR’s Barton gets 12-match ban for violent conduct and fined 75000 Pounds

Posted on May 31, 2012 
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“Queens Park Rangers” “Joey Barton” “Joey Barton (Football Player)” “Queens Park Rangers FC (Football Team)” “Breaking news” “FA Cup” “FACUP” EPL title Soccer Chelsea Arsenal Highlights Football “English Premier League” “la liga” “Liga España” Goals goal live streaming, sopcast, veetle, online, tv, Real Madrid, Mallorca, Spanish Primera Division, Spain La Liga BBVA, 2011/2012, Highlight, video goal, goal highlight LONDON — Queens Park Rangers captain Joey Barton was banned for 12 matches by the English Football Association on Wednesday after being found guilty of repeated violent conduct in the last match of the Premier League season at Manchester City. The hot-headed midfielder was sent off for elbowing City’s Carlos Tevez, and he was charged with violent conduct for then kicking Sergio Aguero and trying to head-butt Vincent Kompany before being escorted off the pitch by his teammates. Barton received an automatic four-match ban because the foul on Tevez earned him a second red card of the season. The FA regulatory panel then gave him four-match suspensions for each of his violent actions after the dismissal. City won the game 3-2 after a last-minute comeback to clinch the league title, while QPR narrowly avoided relegation. Barton was also fined 75000 pounds (8000). “There are rules of conduct that should be adhered to, and such behavior tarnishes the image of football in this country, particularly as this match was the pinnacle of the domestic season and watched by


2 Responses to “QPR’s Barton gets 12-match ban for violent conduct and fined 75000 Pounds”

  1. ArmchairBros on May 31st, 2012 8:00 am

    I would love Joey Barton to foul me so i could fuck him up. who does he think he is? stupid? cunt.

  2. OnVentUK on May 31st, 2012 8:00 am

    wow £75k and 12 matches, good job FA? for failing the game yet again.

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