BARNSLEY FC and their injured star Iain Hume were last night waiting for the Football Association to stop dragging their heels and make their decision over the Chris Morgan elbow saga. 
The Reds want Morgan’s yellow card upgraded to a red, and the player charged with violent conduct.

They submitted their dossier of detailed evidence to the FA by the requested time of 4pm on Monday. However, despite being initially told that the football authorities might make their decision known on Wednesday – the day after fractured skull victim Hume was released from hospital and allowed home – Oakwell owner Patrick Cryne told the Chronicle on Thursday lunchtime that the club were still waiting for an answer.
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