So we appealed Copoue’s red card vs Man City first thing Monday. The Regulatory Commission panel upholds the refs decision but only on Tuesday just to help mess up team selection for the Tuesday night game. Duxbury issues a statement saying we are unhappy with the ruling “which nearly everyone considers to be an error” and WFC are going to Arbitration by the only means possible to challenge the decision under Rule K of the Football Association Rules. (Presumably on the grounds of ‘irrationality’ in subsection 1(d) )! Apparently Arbitration isn’t often (ever?) used in cases of ‘unjust’ or ‘unfair’ red cards against the mighty FA. Anyone with any itk knowledge on progress or background on this process? The clock is ticking and soon we will have played 3 games and Arbitration will be irrelevant. (The FA backstop plan)!