FOOTBALL: WOKING FC manager Anthony
Limbrick faces a potential fine and rap over the knuckles for comments he made after last Saturday’s Vanarama National League showdown against Wrexham.
The Tasmania-born UEFA Pro-Licence coach blasted the leading match official Richard Hulme after he waved away what many believed to be a stonewall penalty in stoppage time.
Limbrick could now face a potential misconduct charge from The FA if it is found that he has stepped over the line.
For the full report, see the 22 March edition