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Discussion in 'Bluemoon forum' started by FantasyIreland, 17 Aug 2019.
‘Citeh Hooligans force 10yr old Spurs fan to drink alcohol ‘
They could have got the same wealth but those very same clubs voted not to allow it, mate. MCFC voted against ffp and were therefore in favour of the increased competition such spending would bring.
Good posts otherwise.
Should have poured it over his head.
I agree that both those incidents were refd wrongly...it should have been a penalty and God knows how it wasn't a foul on Silva but reading comments like the one I was referring to is like listening to scousers........everyone is against us...blah fucking blah.
There are always errors by refs in matches...at what every level. There will always be disagreements at what constitutes a foul or not....different human perceptions. All of this is highly likely......could there be corruption...yes there could but which is more likely....?
There is also a difference between corruption and bias ( which is a possibility). Corruption suggests that it is institutionalised whereas bias could be individual.....I've heard(read) accusations of both
Well clearly from my understanding then "their" is used in the singular possessive meaning only the player who handled it and not any other member of the team
In that case should have stood
I agree that there are always errors by referees and some you can justify i.e. view impeded by players, speed of the game etc. However the Silva freekick or lack of is hard to logically explain. What did Oliver see that nobody in the crowd saw that justified a free kick to Spurs. Silva was sandwiched in between two players and Rose also went through the back of him. The penalty can be easily explained as Oliver wasn't actually looking in that direction so should have referred to VAR as that is what it is there for!
Walked back to car after the match and Spurs fan asked to tag along with me, missus and two kids obviously worried for his own safety.
The lad came to the match with a coach load of Blues and was meeting up near the Townley, he said this was the reason he stopped going away matches with the agro going on.
He seemed a decent lad and said it was as much Spurs causing the shit as much as City.
Not all Spurs fans were dickheads like most City aren't
That's what I was posting, "NOT one pundit said it SHOULDN'T be given"
Be a terrible waste of booze.
And that VAR deemed that not to be a penalty is even worse and just proves the argument. Even technology that is designed to make scenarios like that right, is being and can be manipulated.
How that wasnt a penalty after review is absolutely staggering and this is why people scream agenda. Decisions exactly like that one prove the theory.
Oliver had a clear view of the Bernado incident. The cuñt was looking right at it.
I dont believe we are paranoid. I dont believe we have a self entitled opinion of ourselves like like the scouse twats do.
The decisions. The results. They are there for everyone to see. It's not a secret.