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Discussion in 'General football forum' started by tolmie's hairdoo, 24 Jan 2017.
If you look outside the game though you end up with an fa that knows nothing about it.
you don't really need that for good governance as long as the executive possess it
Fair point, but that still leaves the refs.
Oh I'm sure you could get any number who have no ties to clubs but are clued up on the workings of football in general ..
Don't the BBC just love rag istree....
On this day...
In 2013, Manchester United announced chief executive David Gill was to stand down at the end of the season.
Surely the League Cup game today needs investigating for corruption.
Gill's shadow is cast long over this fucking result. It stinks. And it isn't a one off and the results of the decisions they get for them don't even themselves out. 8 offside goals for United and 9 onside goals against them disallowed. Ridiculous and in any other sector that would be investigated.
It's biased simple as that.
Gill has far too much influence, he's a bent vile, corrupt twat who has far too much influence on the game.
Is that this season? And if so, they must have had some go against them. If not - that is astounding