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"Where there is clear and overwhelming evidence to suggest a match official has been deceived by an act of simulation, and as a direct result, the offending player's team has been awarded a penalty and/or an opposing player has been dismissed, The FA will be able to act retrospectively under its Fast Track system.
Preparedness plans dated 11 Apr 2012 prepared by GHQ Medical Directorate were evaluated retrospectively for planned sequence of implementation.
Former referee Mark Halsey has suggested the "only one real solution" is to have an independent panel review such decisions retrospectively.
However, with the precedent of a two-match suspension handed out to Blackpool winger Tom Ince when he retrospectively charged in relation to a gesture towards a match official in a Capital One Cup tie against Preston earlier this season, it is understood Arsenal have submitted mitigating circumstances to the governing body, arguing the length of the punishment is excessive.
Despite the precedent of a two-match ban handed out to Blackpool's Tom Ince - when he was retrospectively charged in relation to a gesture towards a match official in a Capital One Cup tie - Arsenal have submitted mitigating circumstances to the governing body.
For example, if the referee did not see the action then he can still punish the guilty player retrospectively after the match.
He said that while moves to allow eurozone rescue funds to directly recapitalize a member nation's banks were 'encouraging', it was not clear whether they would act retrospectively.
DESPITE resistance of telecom companies, the Department of Telecommunications ( DoT) has notified one- time spectrum fee for current players for all excess 2G airwaves both prospectively and retrospectively, which would cost private firms around ` 13,170 crore.
The Football Association brought the charge retrospectively after reviewing footage of Everton's 1-1 draw with Stoke in the Premier League on Saturday.
The scheme is part of the wider Be Fair - Pay on Time campaign launched by Oldham and Saddleworth MP Debbie Abrahams, which asks all firms to pay their suppliers as quickly as possible under the agreed terms and conditions set out at the start of the contract and without retrospectively changing payment times.
"What if" analyses can be used to teach students what statistical significance tests really do and in applied research either prospectively to estimate what sample size might be needed in a study, or retrospectively in interpreting research results.
The larger-than-expected hit comes after the High Court last month decided new rules on the mis-selling of PPI could be applied retrospectively.