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Double Charge For Johnson

Double Charge For Johnson

Roger Johnson picked up two charges of misconduct following the defeat to Aston Villa last month.

Johnson lost his rag after the referee gave Villa an undeserved penalty after the player had made a perfectly fair tackle on Gabriel Agbonlahor.

James Milner converted the spot-kick and the home side went on to win.

Blues released a statement that read: 'The FA have charged Johnson relating to media comments made after our fixture against Aston Villa at Villa Park.

'Johnson has been charged on two counts, relating to his comments about the match referee and for his comments about the FA Respect programme.'

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Date:Wednesday May 5 2010
Time: 10:21PM


Hilarious. The occasion was simply to big for him, like most of the Blouse team. I bet Peter Peanut and Sammy Woo are chuffed about more bills to pay!
06/05/2010 08:26:00
:) what a muppet blouse eh?
06/05/2010 13:44:00
Do you hear any mention of a fine in there? If there's a fine it'll be paid by the player. Your not the smartest are you?
Mark Thomas
06/05/2010 15:43:00
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