Manchester United Fans ask FA to ban this Tottenham star man

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Manchester United fans watched their team slump to a 2-0 defeat to Tottenham on Wednesday night and are perhaps more aggrieved that some incidents that occurred during the game.

They have called for the FA to retrospectively ban Jan Vertoghen after he allegedly grabbed Ander Herrera’s throat in an off the ball incident which the referee failed to spot during the game.

Ashley Young was handed a retrospective ban earlier this season for an elbow on Southampton’s Dusan Tadic and United fans believe the same should be done to Vertonghen.

The fans took to twitter to made their opinions known

Mark MUFC @markhawkins123

Replying to @EtonSpurs @Ziggy_UNITED

Yes, we know we were bad in defence, played the wrong formation etc but the fa need to be consistent and look at the vertonghen incident…this was much worse than what AY did so 4-5 match ban atleast

Kyle Turner @ItsKyleTurner

@fa ban vertonghen

Cofveve Mr MUFC @MrWiener86

If the #FA doesn’t do anything about the Vertonghen/Herrera incident then we can all wrap our hands around someones neck…#MUFC

Ben. @BenGrace_

Any retrospective action for Vertonghen’s throat grab? Probably not, as it wasn’t shown 75 times after the game like Young’s elbow.

UNITED WE STAND @PatrickCiccu1

Honestly BT spotted the Ashley Young elbow what about Vertonghen on Hereara double standards

Georgi Nenov @GeorgiNenov

Replying to @BrianMcClair13

Have you seen what Vertonghen did to Herrera off the ball and off the cam? Youngey got 3 games ban for less.

Should Vertonghen get a retrospective ban? Let’s hear from you in the comment section below.

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