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August 22, 2017, 04:54:12 PM
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So he misses the Chelsea match then, let's hope Koeman doesn't start with Besic !

Not a chance of that. Unless Gana, Davies or Klaassen pick up a knock on Thursday.
Even then he'd probably not risk him.

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August 22, 2017, 04:55:41 PM
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Mixed views on this, whether it was an actual foul , or a great tackle, but you can appeal, new rules if proved the player dived ( Augero holding the wrong leg)which resulted in the opposition player being punished by mistake.

don't think we will appeal it though...

August 22, 2017, 04:57:41 PM
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Not a chance of that. Unless Gana, Davies or Klaassen pick up a knock on Thursday.
Even then he'd probably not risk him.

Could well pick up a few injuries on Thursday, ref unlikely to give us much protection in that atmosphere.


August 22, 2017, 05:59:46 PM
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There is a fine line I suppose between a great tackle and a needless one . That is even finer when you are on a yellow . For me Aguero should have been yellowed when he threw himself over near the end to try and get a pen off Holgate . To balance it though Calvert - Lewin was cute enough to show how needless it was to step into him .

August 22, 2017, 06:17:18 PM
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Should never have left the floor twice, Morgan. Can't argue with either yellow. Walker's second yellow was the most dubious of the lot, imo.
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August 22, 2017, 06:47:08 PM
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It wasnt a booking in my opinion. It's a good tackle he won the ball well. That said when you are on a yellow diving in like that is very risky especially when the home crowd would be looking to put pressure on the ref to even it up.

On a side note, the whole rule around not being able to appeal a red if it comes from 2 yellows is ridiculous. Why alter it to just include review if it comes from a dive? What makes that worse than if they looked back and thought actually Schneiderlin got the ball in a fair challenge so it shouldnt have been a yellow.

Should be able to appeal red cards whether it is straight red or two yellows.


August 22, 2017, 07:17:42 PM
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I suppose when you get sent off for two bookings you've not actually been sent off for either offence.

Therefore you are reviewing a yellow card so why is that any different from a single yellow?

There'd be a lot of reviews.

August 22, 2017, 07:31:07 PM
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Marky Mark and the funky


As I said defo not a yellow but from what I remember morgans right foot makes contact with aguerros foot fractionally before the ball, I think u could only see it from behind

After reading this I re-watched a few mins on EvertonTV expecting to agree with somebody. I still can't tell if he clipped Kunti or the ball first, do agree it was never a yellow card even if it was a foul. Alright catching the other player is not acceptable anymore but it was hardly a dangerous tackle in any sense, dickhead has made a meal of it as per.

Before I found the right spot in the game I saw argy-bargy literally throw himself into Baines looking for a penalty, pleading look in his eyes as he's on the ground :wanker:

p.s. might be the same part Rodenplav has said it was Holgate, or just as likely the sly feck tried it twice!
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August 22, 2017, 07:37:27 PM
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JordanianEmbassy


I suppose when you get sent off for two bookings you've not actually been sent off for either offence.

Therefore you are reviewing a yellow card so why is that any different from a single yellow?

There'd be a lot of reviews.

Good point.... but you could say yellow cards can only be reviewed if the player got 2 in the same game, that would solve it ;)

August 22, 2017, 07:43:34 PM
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Marky Mark and the funky


Considering the money floating around in the league nowadays I certainly don't see the hassle in reviewing any circumstances that led to a sending off, and more importantly players missing matches.

I have to wonder sometimes if the show-runners realise controversy and debate is part of what makes football fans suckers, they don't want to create a 'fair' game, but just to appear as though they are doing their bit to keep referees from overtly influencing outcomes.

Isn't that chump Mike Riley the professional-match-officals-gang-thing overseer :eh:

August 22, 2017, 07:50:26 PM
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I suppose when you get sent off for two bookings you've not actually been sent off for either offence.

Therefore you are reviewing a yellow card so why is that any different from a single yellow?

There'd be a lot of reviews.



Stating the obvious I know. You don't get sent off for one yellow. Being able to challenge the second offence, which is a sending off, would be an improvement in the current rule as it stands. IMO. :)
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August 22, 2017, 07:53:31 PM
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The FA still stuck in the old days run by blokes in their 80s

Yeah I hate old people too

August 22, 2017, 09:52:51 PM
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If he hadn't sent Walker off I think the odds of us losing that game would have been a lot higher so we need to take the rough with the smooth on this one.

Exactly. When I first watched the incident leading to Walker's red, it felt nailed on, but when I watched the replays, it did seem that DCL made a meal of it. Aguero's was little different from DCL's, from what I recall, and, as Lxxx, pointed out, we got to play with one extra man for a good stretch.

August 23, 2017, 06:16:33 AM
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Not looking forward to watching us at Chelsea without him.

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August 23, 2017, 07:54:58 AM
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