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Discussion in 'General football forum' started by Chi-town blues, 17 Apr 2019.
The referee of PSG Lyon (in the first picture) is born in the region of Lyon.
After seeing Taylor's match winning performance at the bridge the other night, you wonder when other fans will click what's going on.
Or are we just bitter?
We know exactly what's going on.
So do Sheffield United
But would our shit corrupt biased wankers be less likely to be so obvious in another country away from the vested powers of pigmol PL red scum etc? In such an environment shouldn't they be inspired to do the best job they can and enhanced their own career prospects for chumnps league and international selection.
I think shit but impartial would be a huge upgrade personally.
The whole VAR situation stinks..!
Great idea, run appallingly in favour of cash cow clubs..
What I'd do is import European referees and independent VAR officials to oversee the Premier League games..
These people you would think would have next to no affiliation with the teams involved and would be neutral in their decision making..
Get rid of Mike Riley and disperse our so called referees throughout the European Leagues..
They would shit themselves.. Imagine Taylor reffing Athlectco Madrid like he reffed the other night at Stamford Bridge..
He'd be lynched..!
If we don't shake it up, it will only get worse..!
Just watching premier league years, 2013/14 and Sunderland have just beat Chelsea and mourinho having his post match interview congratulates Mike Riley for making the league interesting all season......who was top at that time? Liverpool.
Who won the league the year before? Utd..
Throw in scudamore saying they have a plan where a different team wins it every other year and bingo, jim'll fix it time.
And the new chairman of the prem or might have been scudamore again saying utd and Liverpool at the top is good for revenue around the world and it's another red flag.
Fixed as fuck, VAR just deflects the corruption at the FA and the premier league.
I think he is as far away doing this as he was when he got his first whistle. He had a European game last season, forget who it was, but yer could see that he would have been happy to blow after an hour for FT. He had made a complete bollocks of it, both teams seemed to be seething with the way he was arbitrating some of the decisions. It's a toss up who is more clueless - Taylor or Mason.
He's in England's top 2 Euro refs, and has done 4 CL matches so far this season (in six game weeks), including Juve-AM, and PSG-Real. He's clearly quite in favour at UEFA, and is at Sporting the EL this week.
Being in the top two doesn't really attach any quality to a person if all those beneath yer are made of the same threadbare cloth! He's no better than any of the others who stand behind the yellow card if anyone questions their competence. I finished giving him the benefit of the doubt after the City v CFC game where two of ours were red carded for similar offences to which CFC guys were delivered a yellow!