The Week People
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The Washington Times - Soccer
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International Business Times - Sports
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The 45-year-old goalkeeper may have breached FA betting regulations.
BBC News 24
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A bookmaker had offered odds on shore eating a pie during their FA Cup tie against Arsenal last night. He was then seen on television in the second half eating a pasty. Manchester City face Monaco in the first leg of their last 16 Champions League tie. Pep Guardiola has never finished.
Daily Mail - Home
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Shaw was said to be in tears as the news was broken to him on the day the government's Gambling Commission and the Football Association opened investigations.
International Business Times - Sports
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The 45-year-old goalkeeper may have breached FA betting regulations.
Daily Express - Sports
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The Guardian - Sport
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Evening Standard - Sport
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Sky News
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If there is a suggestion they put up this 8-1 bet and Coe clueded with Wayne Shaw in him eating the pie, they could be in breach of that. All of that is to be discovered. To some it might seem a owe faced response to what at first sight a light hearted moment.
Sky News
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The FA need to look at whether eating a pie counts as a matter relating to football. The most serious issue is the Gambling Commission. It will look into the conduct of Sun Bets. They sponsored Sutton United, the club and the team itself, as a one-off for this game, probably because of the huge publicity and live BBC One broadcasting the game.
Sky News
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The FA is investigating whether his conduct as an individual participant in football breached those rules. If you are involved in football in anyway you are not allowed to bet on any matter relating to football. As you mentioned, the bookmaker offered 8-1 on him being pictured eating a pie during the game.
Daily Star - Football
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WAYNE SHAW has resigned following his Arsenal pie row.
Evening Standard - Sport
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Sky News - UK
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Wayne Shaw agrees to leave Sutton Utd after investigations are opened into his pie eating during the club's game against Arsenal.
BBC News 24
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So, you know, I no way put anyone in jeopardy of that. This is not the case here. This is just, you know, a bit of fun and me being hungry and like I say, if it was a pie then whoever it was, it was a pasty that I was eating.
Sky News
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Why did he do it? Is he that? As he normally eat a pie at half-time? What was going on? I think Wayne has been swept along with what has happened in the last three or four weeks. Since the camera got him at the Leeds United game, it has obviously gone into another world in terms of what he has been used to.
BBC News 24
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It is time for some more sport. Here is JJ. The FA and the Gambling Commission have opened investigations into an incident involving Sutton United reserve keeper. Wayne Shaw was seen on camera eating what was then thought to be "a pie" in the dugout during their loss to Arsenal in the FA Cup last night. However, it has been reported that it was part of publicity stunt for a betting company.
Sky News
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At altitude is where you will see the best skiing conditions. The Gambling Commission has opened an investigation into Sutton United's reserve goalkeeper eating a pie during the FA Cup tie against Arsenal last night. It's emerged that a newspaper's betting company which sponsored Sutton for the game had 8-1 odds that Wayne Shaw would eat a meat pie during the match.
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BBC News 24
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4 billion pound surplus in last month, the biggest January surplus for seventeen years. And in sport the FA is investigating a possible breach of their betting regulations after a bookmaker offered odds on the reserve keeper for Sutton United eating a pie in the FA Cup tie against Arsenal last night.
Evening Standard - Sport
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The Week People
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BBC News 24
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And in sport the FA are investigating a possible breach in their betting regulations after a bookmaker offered odds on the reserve keeper for Sutton United eating a pie against Arsenal last night.