Sheffield United (H) - Post-Match Thread

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  1. Thomas Hearns

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    Fuck we miss Leroy. Nobody in our team can beat a man or even tries to. Mahrez attacked his man against Leicester like his life depended on it but today he reverted to type. We’re so fucking predictable at the moment.
     
  2. Thomas Hearns

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    Fat toasty’s obviously a sad cvnt who was looking out for a chance to have a go at other blues. He should get a fucking life
     
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  3. manimanc

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    Only 28 pages in post match thread.

    Where are all the pretend city fans?
     
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  4. mrtwiceaseason

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    Saw sane after the match still got quite a limp on him.
     
  5. Thomas Hearns

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    Shit I was hoping he’d be back in a few weeks.
     
  6. mrtwiceaseason

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    He very well maybe but to the untrained eye I would say longer :+(
     
  7. Thomas Hearns

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    Maybe he’s just under instructions to fool prying Bayern eyes ...
     
  8. Uncle Wally One Ball

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    An ACL takes a full calendar 12 months to recover from in a fit to play condition
     
  9. WestGorton

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    Mahrez was fantastic. KDB was fantastic. Second half the team was fantastic. Gundogan closed it off. Watch the game.
     
  10. PrezIke

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    Hilarious seeing all of the arguments that our 1st goal shouldn't have stood and was "ridiculous".

    The Sheffield United player touched the ball, not the ref. Not sure why that's "ridiculous"

    Compare that to VAR's claim of a "handball" on Laporte early in the season that "led" to Jesus scoring and was taken back against Spurs was wrong as well, or no VAR needed to take away Sane's goal against Liverpool in CL or VAR then to take Raz' away against Spurs in CL as well.

    Which is more "ridiculous" again?

    Also read the ref "obstructed" the goal...what?

    Obstruction? The ref? The ref can't "obstruct" anything as far as I understand. That can only be an opponent. The ref tried to get out of the way and he did as he didn't hit the ball. The ref is part of the pitch otherwise. It's annoying, I know and somewhat unfortunate, but hardly a devine tragedy compared to other decisions I see every week.

    The ball hit the Sheff United player's boot and then bounced away to City as the player reached for it. If the ball hit the ref then you have an argument. Otherwise I'm a bit lost.

    I realise if the ball hit the ref then the goal would have been taken away, but it didn't as he tried and did move out of the way. So, he should just stand there and allow the ball to hit him? He made a genuine effort to move. It's just bad luck.
     

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