Bernardo penalty debate - no case to answer.

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  1. blue b4 the moon

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    Can't see a thread but led by talkragshite the FA are looking at it later today.

    90% of players spoken to and that includes talkragshite patsies agree it was a pen.

    The agenda will raise its head if he gets banned, his foot was under the keepers knee but apparently he fell too well.
     
  2. es1

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    they review every penalty decision automatically, they'l review this one and conclude that it wasn't a dive, simple
     
  3. karen7

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    Pure deflection away from the rag result,it was a pen, the end
     
  4. Rammyblues

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    If even Phil the rag on MOTD said technically a penalty but exagerated then it was a penalty irrespective of the has been refs etc who are obviously still employed by the rag PR dept. Fuck off the lot of them.
     
  5. SWP's back

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    Yeah they look at all penalties fella. I wouldn’t worry too much. Everyone on match of the day said penalty as well.
     
  6. SergioSilva

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    His ankle was trapped.

    If he exaggerated the fall it was only to draw attention to it.
     
  7. stonerblue

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    Will they be 'looking at' Kane's dive yesterday, or Ali's or the 3 or 4 others i saw in various games??
     
  8. laserblue

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    Kane and Alli are the most blatant and frequent divers in the Premier League. Along with Herrera.
     
  9. MCFC1993

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    Plus Phil Neville and Jenas said it was a penalty on MOTD. Plenty more have also said it was a penalty.

    Pope rushes out makes contact and forces Bernardo's ankle into eversion/pronation, we're lucky he's not injured. At worst he exaggerates his fall but it was still a penalty and we've seen what happens if you're honest and try to stay on your feet; Sterling pen not given vs Spurs last season, Jay Rodriguez not given a pen vs Arsenal the other week etc...
     
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  10. MillionMilesAway

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    Is the correct answer.

    It's the same as the "UEFA are looking at City's FFP" a month or so ago, following Chelsea being named for something. Automatic process, not an event.
     

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