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Carr Has No Regrets From Last Season's Derby

Stephen Carr says he has absolutely no regrets for making that hand gesture at Villa fans after last season`s derby game at Villa Park.

Carr was summoned to the Football Association after the incident and banned for one game.

Roger Johnson also got into hot water for criticising match officials after they awarded Villa a over controversial penalty, he picked up a 5,000 fine.

Carr said: 'I'll be behaving myself this time. I'm not going through that again sitting in front of five men (FA disciplinary commission) talking to me like a child again.

'I'll be keeping my hands to myself. Do I regret now what I did? No, that's life. Do you know what I mean?

'At that time I was quite emotional. You shouldn't regret it, that's life. It's not good but you can't regret it. I went in front of the five men for the first time and hopefully it will be the last as well. I had to apologise basically. I didn't want to but there's not a lot you can do is there?'



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Writer: Foxxy Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Saturday October 30 2010

Time: 5:49PM

Your Comments

I'm sure he'll get a good reception tomorrow. The w****r.
Stephen Jay Hawkings
Bet he'll be reeeeeeeaaaaaaaly bothered inbred
SOTV2010
Oh you surprised me there. I wasn't expecting any replies, didn't know you knuckledraggers could type. But you know what they say, leave a Bluenose in front of a typewriter for infinity and they will almost surely type out how many trophies there little club has won.
Stephen Jay Hawkings
and give a dick like you a computer and he'll still try it on with his sister/mother
SOTV2010
Well done, that put that tool well and truely in his place but he asked for it
Big Trev
 

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