Michael Oliver to ref Liverpool v City - City lodge complaint

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  1. MillionMilesAway

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    Fair point.
     
  2. Dave Ewing's Back 'eader

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  3. BringBackSwales

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    Diverpool at palace this weekend? I assume with mane and zaha playing Tom Daley will be the ref
     

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  4. Thomas Hearns

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    Kyle should’ve been sent off in the SF
     
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  6. Thomas Hearns

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    If what you say is the law then why was Jesus’ goal v spurs ruled out as Laporte didn’t control the ball ?
     
  7. mat

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    Referee: Kevin Friend. Assistants: Matthew Wilkes, Adrian Holmes. Fourth official: Oliver Langford. VAR: Chris Kavanagh. Assistant VAR: Sian Massey-Ellis.


    VAR is a fucking Dipper!
     
  8. Dave Ewing's Back 'eader

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    Self defence! I saw it from behind the goal and thought Oh dear, he's going, and then when I saw the replay later it was retaliation for what the Brighton player had done, and I think the ref saw that it was both to go or none to go he chose the latter!
     
  9. hello

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    Because the pigmo twats added a bit not written down anywhere saying that the accidental strike of the arm going to a team mate counts as control, whereas in the dipper case they couldn't count it going from Bernardo to Arnolds hand as being under city control, so had to go for good old plan b , I saw it & it was a natural shape play on I am not giving those twunts in blue fuck all approach.
     
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  10. MillionMilesAway

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    It's a selective interpretation which is not what IFAB have specifically stated is the actual interpretation.

    The selective interpretation suggests that the ball hitting an arm and falling to a teammate would be allowed - clearly that was never the point of the law.
     

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