DELE ALLI is still waiting to hear if he will be banned for Project Restart — THREE MONTHS after being charged by the FA.
Spurs star Dele faces a potential three-match suspension for misconduct, having posted a video on Snapchat mocking an Asian man and joking about coronavirus.
He was given a March 5 deadline to submit his response — but an FA disciplinary panel is yet to rule on the case.
Tottenham are also waiting to find out if Eric Dier will be banned for the resumption of the season in just two weeks.
Midfielder Dier was charged with improper and/or threatening conduct after jumping into the crowd to confront a fan following the club’s FA Cup exit to Norwich on March 4.
The FA hit him with a charge in late April.
A suspension is also the likely penalty should an independent panel find against the 26-year-old, although police decided he committed no offence.
But it is the delay in dealing with Dele’s case which is most puzzling.
SunSport understands the disciplinary panel is able to meet by video.
The independent, three-person panel must rule on whether the midfielder, 24, broke anti-discrimination regulations with his post, which he removed and apologised for.
Speaking at the time of the incident, Jose Mourinho said: "The player understands the gravity of the situation.
“The player is a good guy, the player even in the dressing room has a big Asian friend that he loves.
“So there was no intention at all. He immediately regrets, immediately makes a public apology. I feel it is unnecessary but I am nobody.
“I think he learned the lesson immediately with the embarrassment and he didn’t need much time to realise again the childish or naivety of the situation.
“I feel unnecessary. I don’t feel we need more than that.”