Other refs' must have been puzzled by some of Clutterfuck's decisions. Surely PGMOL must also had concerns about his performance. Perhaps other ref's yielding to outside pressures was so widespread, PGMOL just turned a blind eye (and issued a ban on any manager making accusations).
I occasionally bump into a rag fan when shopping in my local Tesco. A few weeks a go he was desperate to get Ole Gonna Failure sacked. Saw him again today, "Can't believe how much he's improved the team".
Roy Keane for me. not his United connection but to his moaning, whining and being kicked out of the Irish team in 2002. I wonder if Mick McCarthy was familiar with the memorable quote from King Edward 1...
"A man does good business, when he rids himself of a turd"
Mike, by ignoring Morgan you are missing out on the presenters self-perceived erudition.
He is the world's leading authority on everything, he has the solution to every problem and there's not a politician in Westminster as smart as him. We should declare a republic with "Gob Almighty" as leader.
They also produce a performance league table -
Gundogan (28) is City's top player and interestingly they have Rodri (137) above KdB (146)
I think the algorithm might need a tad adjusting.
In today's DM -
Michael Owen questions Sadio Mane for NOT diving to win Liverpool a penalty against Newcastle
I thought City's 100 points was unique. Half-wit commentator Ian Darke, commentating on the Southampton match, was keen to point out that -
"100 points this season is now impossible, it is difficult though, that's why isn't achieved very often"
Did you hear the commentator, Peter Dreary, announce that the most points we could win this season would be 98? He then made a complete tit of himself by saying "100 points is rather special, it doesn't happen VERY OFTEN!"