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November 23, 2017, 12:11:58 AM
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Django


Danny Murphy looked really ill last time he was on tele.

Every cloud.

Nothing trivial I hope.


November 23, 2017, 12:19:36 AM
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Toffee1


Nothing trivial I hope.

He's missing the fact that he can't wax lyrical as much about his god, Steven Gerrard. now that slippy is no longer playing.

November 23, 2017, 12:20:13 AM
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I'm afraid, with retrospective action and if this incident is the benchmark? The cheats Ali, Sanchez, and Mane et-al are going to be dropping like flies. "Literally". This incident is nowhere near as clearcut as some I've seen this season. I'm really looking forward to this weekend if Wenger finds one of his players on the receiving end there'll be fucking murder. Mourinho doesn't even bear thinking about
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November 23, 2017, 12:25:28 AM
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KoemansNumberTens


Is every dive that wins a free kick now a 2 match ban? You could lose players for 6 or 8 games over a single match. Though lets be honest here they've "caught" 1 player in 120 games so there won't be many more in reality

November 23, 2017, 12:28:40 AM
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Jimmywhack

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Danny Murphy looked really ill last time he was on tele.

Every cloud.
He's looked Ill for twenty years
Remember seeing him and berger (one big bastard) in loaf in Chester and thinking  Murphy looked ill


Simply simply lovely

November 23, 2017, 12:28:42 AM
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Macca77


I'm afraid, with retrospective action and if this incident is the benchmark? The cheats Ali, Sanchez, and Mane et-al are going to be dropping like flies. "Literally". This incident is nowhere near as clearcut as some I've seen this season. I'm really looking forward to this weekend if Wenger finds one of his players on the receiving end there'll be fucking murder. Mourinho doesn't even bear thinking about

Correct, the FA will bottle it


November 23, 2017, 12:28:49 AM
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Is every dive that wins a free kick now a 2 match ban? You could lose players for 6 or 8 games over a single match. Though lets be honest here they've "caught" 1 player in 120 games so there won't be many more in reality

That's the point. The application of this diving eradication is sporadic and cherry picked.

How if the point of all this if the point is to eradicate diving that Sanchez's free kick for the first goal versus Spurs wasn't a retroactive ban? I know the rules don't allow it, but that's the point the rules are so narrow as to be absurd. Why should players like Dele Alli escape a 2 game ban for (blatant) diving even if they got a yellow in the game? He should be banned too, or is the yellow deemed sufficient to put players off diving? In which case why isn't Niasse given a retrospective yellow card?

It makes no sense. At all.

November 23, 2017, 12:39:10 AM
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Everton said they were "disappointed" with the ruling but have accepted the verdict and will review the FA's written reasons, which are set to be published on Thursday.   so they just reject our appeal and we don't get to see the reason until a day after-- another joke---

Oumar actually come across as a nice bloke-honest humble bloke, from the games i have witnessed, even when he has fouled an opposition player, he goes over and see'e if the are ok-----unlike a lot of those other dirty fuckers----


also like to add once this was getting looked into he had no chance to begin with-   commentry on the game- explayers- pundits- motd- gillette-Soccer-) Talksport & Co all condemned him----not one said their was contact and therefore he was entitled to go down-

so these so called panel on the FA will have already made up their mind-  you could not get away from the incident all weekend-   there was never going to be any impartiallity , he was guiltY before they looked at it.

for me as stated above the blatant dive no contact act,  is what should be erradicated from the game,  and is more trying to con the ref-  than when actual contact is made and you go down easily.

RANT OVER...


 
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November 23, 2017, 12:56:36 AM
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Major Clanger


Do you think Dann did anything that could be construed as a foul there? I do think Niasse when down on purpose, but I think he thought he'd be fouled (and the chance was disappearing) so he was asking the question as players know they don't get anything for a foul by staying on their feet.

As a defender, I'd hate to see those given as a foul. I however agree with you that it's wrong that you don't get a penalty even if you're stabbed in the face, unless you fall over. That refereeing practice is one of the main reasons of overacting on contact and must stop.
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November 23, 2017, 01:00:18 AM
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Major Clanger


I actually donít think itís a dive to be honest. Heís gone down easily but there was clear contact and Dan made no attempt for the ball. Itís a grey area at best and certainly not a retrospectively punishable offence

Fair enough, I think he clearly throws himself to the ground as soon as he senses contact, and for me that's a dive. (But at the same time you can get a legitimate penalty without a contact, at least according to the rules you should be able to.)
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November 23, 2017, 01:03:27 AM
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Django


He's missing the fact that he can't wax lyrical as much about his god, Steven Gerrard. now that slippy is no longer playing.

Slippy la, never seen anyone as bereft of personality be on the tele as much as he is.

Another little cockroach under the fridge that is the country's media

November 23, 2017, 01:05:11 AM
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Django


Fair enough, I think he clearly throws himself to the ground as soon as he senses contact, and for me that's a dive. (But at the same time you can get a legitimate penalty without a contact, at least according to the rules you should be able to.)

Just think the entire situation is infuriating. Trust the Ev to end up being the scapegoat for the first retrospective diving ban.

November 23, 2017, 01:05:11 AM
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So if Jags steps across Eden Hazard ,Ally,Sanchez this year and they dive ...what happens aside a Jags red card and pen?.

Fucking nothing ...guaranteed.

November 23, 2017, 01:39:41 AM
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Is it me or does this comment from Unsworth make no sense? Surely this ruling is saying contact is OK as in this case there was contact and it was ruled not a foul.

"I think it's a great rule but it doesn't change my stance on if there's contact anywhere on the pitch - slight or not, contact is contact," said Unsworth.

"We don't want contact taken out the game. Slowly but surely it has started."

November 23, 2017, 01:48:06 AM
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chang


Can't make my mind up if this puts more or less pressure on the match officials.

For live games they could save a few quid, not bother with officials and just let the pundits ref the game from their hutch.