City ask for hearing with PGMOL over 9 tackles

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  1. mancunial

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    Only one way to deal with Riley horses head in his bed, he’s gutless Ferguson,s puppet, got to let him know who the new governors are, if he doesn’t comply then their will be consequences, like a cement bathing suit
     
  2. Vic

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    It's why any tackle from behind used to be automatic straight red. That seemed to give a free pass for bad fouls from the front or side so they changed it. Now English refs are very lenient about late tackles from behind.
     
  3. JCB001

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    Saw that ,and was he fucking embarrassed .The litle shit was squirming in his chair knowing what he had said previously,Head down couldnt even look at the camera
     
  4. M18CTID

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    And the following morning on Goals On Sunday, Moyes claimed there was fuck all wrong with it and said it was a "great tackle". I bet if one of his players had been on the receiving end of it, he'd have had an altogether different opinion.
     
  5. M18CTID

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    While we're at it, someone at the club should tell Mike Riley to watch this and ask him for his observations:

     
  6. mat

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    UEFA has told referees to protect players better by clamping down on serious foul play in European club competitions.

    With the Champions League and Europa League set to resume this week, UEFA's chief refereeing officer Pierluigi Collina has asked officials to take firm action against players who commit reckless challenges.

    The guidance comes less than a fortnight after Manchester City manager Pep Guardiola asked English referees to look after the game's "artists" by dealing with dangerous tackles more harshly.

    In a statement, Collina said: "We need to have players playing, so they must be protected on the field.

    "We do not want situations where a player's future is put in doubt because of serious injury caused by a challenge, whether it is intentional, or is unintentional and the player making the challenge is taking a risk of causing injury.
     
  7. BlueTG

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    Now he was a class referee.
     
  8. Kinkys Left Foot

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    Perhaps Mike Riley and his goons should pay attention to what a proper referee would do in the face of such deliberate foul play.
     
  9. blue b4 the moon

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    Apart from getting involved in Fiat and being turfed in his last season...
     
  10. Gray

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    Well if that buffoon is in charge of the PL referees we have no chance of getting a fair deal.

    The commentators were not even very critical of his appalling decisions, shows how the dice are loaded.
     

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