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Gaming commission authority and FA to launch research into eating Sutton-keeper

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Gaming commission authority and FA to launch research into eating Sutton-keeper

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The gaming commission authority of the English government and the English football association FA Tuesday launched an investigation into Sutton United goalkeeper Wayne Shaw, because he Monday during the FA Cup match against Arsenal a patty at.

The almost 150 pounds heavy reservekeeper knew that a betting office a rating of 8 to 1 had been or he a patty would eat the match at Gander Green Lane.

Richard Watson, director of the gaming commission authority, stressed that the matter very seriously investigated. “Integrity in sport is not a joke and so we are investigating what exactly happened. We look at whether there are irregularities on the betting market and investigate whether the bookies all requirements have been met and integer has acted.”

The FA will investigate whether or not Shaw the rules of the association in the field of gambling has violated, leave a spokesperson to the BBC.

Shaw told Monday after the 0-2 lost duel against Arsenal all that he knew that a bet could be on a pie during the contest. “I heard it from a number of guys. My answer was that I have the whole day still nothing had eaten and that later in the day, maybe still do.”

The goalkeeper denies the fact that he or one of his teammates is doing something wrong has done. They have no bets placed. “That we may not. I think a few friends and a few fans that have done so.”

Goalkeeper Sutton to eat pie waiting on the bench

Reservedoelman Wayne Shaw of Sutton United has been possible, the rules around betting broken when he Monday during the FA Cup match against Arsenal a patty at.
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The almost 150 pounds heavy keeper did that is because a betting office there odds of 8 to 1 on.
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Sutton had three times changed when Shaw the sandwich at.
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The 45-year-old Shaw, nicknamed the Roly-Poly Goalie, had the patty in the rest ready. He waited with food to Sutton, which plays at the fifth level, three times had changed and he could no more raids.

His trainer Paul Doswell was nevertheless not pleased with the stunt. “It shows us not at our best,” says Doswell, that pride was on his reseredoelman because he is partly due to its size a “global superstar” has become.

By the 0-2 defeat against Arsenal came in the eighth-finals put an end to the FA Cup adventure of the semiprofs of Sutton United. The ‘Gunners’ take it in the quarter-finals against Lincoln City and also which club comes out on the fifth level.

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