http://www.soccernet.com/england/news/2002/0904/20020904mufckeane.html An FA statement said: 'The first charge is as a result of the challenge itself on Haaland, which is alleged to have been improperly motivated, with an apparent element of revenge. 'The second charge relates to Roy Keane allegedly publishing for financial profit or reward, an account of his autobiography, in which he speaks of a desire to exact revenge on Haaland, therefore bringing the game into disrepute.' The second charge I think is a gray area and could be overturned in a court. Afterall, the charge states "relates to Roy Keane ALLEGEDLY prublishing for financial profit...". I dont think someone should be suspended for allegedly doing something. Either they did it or not.