Tuesday, April 21, 2015   

(Football) Foul-mouthed Pardew avoids punishment
(01-14 11:01)

Newcastle United manager Alan Pardew was spared disciplinary action by the Football Association on Monday following his expletive-laden touchline rant during Sunday's 2-0 defeat by English Premier League leaders Manchester City.
However, the governing body said Magpies boss Pardew had been “reminded of his responsibilities.’’
Pardew, angered by a decision to rule out a Newcastle 'goal' by Cheick Tiote for offside, let fly at St James' Park with a stream of invective directed at City's Chilean manager Manuel Pellegrini.
But the FA decided against any disciplinary action, a spokesman saying: “We have been in contact with Alan Pardew and reminded him of his responsibilities.’’--AFP

   
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