West Ham fans are angry with the FA after upholding Wilfried Zaha’s ban

West Ham fans have taken to Twitter in frustrated fashion, after hearing the news that the FA have upheld Wilfried Zaha’s one-game ban and £10,000 fine.

The Ivorian received a charge for improper conduct for clapping Andre Marriner’s decision to book him in Crystal Palace’s 1-1 draw with Southampton last month, which saw him almost immediately receive a second yellow and his marching orders.

Zaha will now miss the Eagles’ FA Cup fifth round tie against Doncaster on Sunday.

However, that has only happened as a result of an appeal towards the decision – the 26-year-old was meant to miss Palace’s game against the Hammers last week, but was allowed to play after the appeal whilst the decision was being reviewed.

The former Manchester United winger also managed to score in the game and earn Palace a point, leaving West Ham fans on Twitter feeling hard done by after they felt ‘robbed’ of two points thanks to the FA’s decision…

Article title: West Ham fans are angry with the FA after upholding Wilfried Zaha’s ban

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