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|WHAT THEY'RE SAYING
"I'm devastated, the chairman is devastated. I have spoken to Wayne and the guy is in tears, crying down the phone. It is a very sad situation."
-- Sutton United manager Paul
Doswell after backup goalie Wayne Shaw quit under pressure after he ate a pie while on the bench during Monday's FA Cup match against Arsenal. The move is under investigation by the
Football Association and the Gambling Commission for potentially breaching betting rules. (Daily Telegraph)