Media Thread 2019-20

Discussion in 'Bluemoon forum' started by Chris in London, 14 Jun 2019.

  1. jamiecav

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    Dont think we can have a pop at anyone celebrating that free kick today. It was a right beauty.

    On that note, we do have a lot of worldies against us it seems
     
  2. chesterbells

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    Haven’t seen any of the action yet today, so looking forward to seeing MOTD2 tonight. Yeah, I know what you mean about worldies - I was also heartened to see Palace winning away at united yesterday after their win vs us last year.
     
  3. paulchapo

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    Palace have a couple of those away performances in them every season. Last year we copped it, let's hope this year it is the rags, dippers and spur's.
     
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  4. CelesteItis

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    It won't be long until the wankers from the @BBC and the assorted MUrdock media lackey cvnts start a campaign against City scoring unfair tactical goals and the gormless masses of red lemmings signing the expected petitions.
     
  5. Jacob Smith

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    5 goal in as many matches
     
  6. 55yr old teenager

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    What have they done or said?
     
  7. The perfect fumble

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  8. @BluePhil8

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    BBC MOTD made no mention of the VAR pen but said Walker should have gone. Utter ****s.
     
  9. Plain Speaking

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    All the pundits said it should have been a penalty against Spurs for the Rodri challenge last week. it was nailed on to be the same with the challenge on Silva, today. It's hard for any reasonable person to argue otherwise.

    However Shearer is the official VAR spokesman, they couldn't expose another VAR cop out, so they ignored discussing it post match.

    It was ok discussing the less clear cut Newcastle challenge on Kane because the pundits disagreed, and that apparently showed what a difficult job VAR has! The reason why Walker's 2 fouls were mentioned was presumably to highlight decisions that might be perceived as going in our favour?

    It's all in the interests of showing VAR in the most favourable light possible. So that it's failure to do it's job, is not exposed.
     
  10. Centurions

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    Well Dermot Gallagher thinks it was a penalty for us:-

    https://www.skysports.com/football/...analyses-a-weekend-of-tight-penalty-decisions
     

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