Everton said they were "disappointed" with the ruling but have accepted the verdict and will review the FA's written reasons, which are set to be published on Thursday. so they just reject our appeal and we don't get to see the reason until a day after-- another joke---
Oumar actually come across as a nice bloke-honest humble bloke, from the games i have witnessed, even when he has fouled an opposition player, he goes over and see'e if the are ok-----unlike a lot of those other dirty fuckers----
also like to add once this was getting looked into he had no chance to begin with- commentry on the game- explayers- pundits- motd- gillette-Soccer-) Talksport & Co all condemned him----not one said their was contact and therefore he was entitled to go down-
so these so called panel on the FA will have already made up their mind- you could not get away from the incident all weekend- there was never going to be any impartiallity , he was guiltY before they looked at it.
for me as stated above the blatant dive no contact act, is what should be erradicated from the game, and is more trying to con the ref- than when actual contact is made and you go down easily.