A reader writes…
In a response to your Icelantic Banking crisis, Doc H Ball asks why West Ham have not pushed the Kabba affair. I have the same question.
We are alledged to have had a clause (unused) that could have been enforced by a third party. This did not happen, and we were fined £5.5m. In the eyes of the arbitration committee, this lead to a three point advantage.
In the Steve Kabba affair, it was supposedly on the SUFC website and also in the Watford programme notes that the clubs had agreed he would not play. This is not potential third party influence, but actual influence. Yet, no action is taken. Surely, this is worth more than a 3 point deduction.The result was a win for Sheffield United, so if the points are removed, then this would negate the so called arbitration result.
So the question! Why are we not pushing this and using it to mitigrate the current action?
Any enlightenment would be gratefully received.
Indeed it would.