Norwich City Manager Glenn Roeder and his Assistant Lee Clark have been fined £1000 and £500 because of an incident on the touchline at the end of a match last year.
Just to fill you in on what the incident was, in the 94th minute of the match (a match which the referee had said there should only by three minutes of extra time - do the maths !), he awarded Bristol City a free kick for a handball. It was obvious to everyone in the ground that the handball was actually committed by a Bristol City player. The radio commentators (that I heard) saw it, the crowd saw it, even the fourth official who confirmed to the Norwich management team that it was the Bristol player who hand balled it saw it. From this freekick Bristol City scored.
At the end of the game (2 seconds later) the Norwich management team went to ask the referee why he had made the decision he did, why he did not check with his officials and why he played extra time on top of extra time in order to allow Bristol City to score. And for this they have been fined.
Forget that Norwich were denied the true result, forget that the referee made a terrible decision. You have to ask if the FA have any sense of natural justice.