Couldn't what Samuels said and what's come out of the Daily Mirror, lip reading as such, influence the hearing ? So if they have opinions or supposed evidence, shouldn't this be brought up afterwards. To be objective I suppose Collymore's 10 match ban statement as well.
Yes you're right, tbh I havent read the article so I dont know whats in it. Im hoping the panel that review the incident will look at things at face value and not be swayed by headlines? I find it all a bit bizarre as I dont even recall Holgate or Frimino being near one another until they clash for the ball so whatever is alleged to have been said must've been pretty loud so youd hope they should be able to get good evidence either way?