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Author Topic: Goodison for Gomes?  (Read 190664 times)

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November 06, 2019, 01:10:26 AM
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blueToffee

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Makes no difference to us really .If the red card had not been rescinded it doesn't bring back Gomes any sooner.
But our bad luck just piles up ,Gbamin ,Bernard and now Gomes . Silva might be a poor manager but he's not having any luck either. 

It matters in the bigger scheme of things.

As it's about the next decision and the decision after that. If they think they can get away with shitty decisions against us they'll keep doing it.

Same with the Niasse ban that was never applied the same way again. Same as the Brighton first VAR penalty overruling, same as this sort of nonsense.


November 06, 2019, 01:44:59 AM
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blueToffee

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If we want to look at a good example of how to do it we need look no further than spurs. They controlled the narrative right from the get go. Control the narrative and you control these tiny little “battles” and you end up winning them more than not.

They cried about Gomes. They felt bad. They were sad. But at the end of the day they only care about themselves and their players and will do whatever it takes.

They had help though. I don't want to get too tin foil hatty but certain teams have a abundance of support in media circles be in pundits/writers or whatever. Same as why if Liverpool feel aggrieved about a decision they have so many mouth pieces that echo their point of view. In part this is based on historical success of course. Whatever the reason even if we wanted to we don't have the sway that keep that pressure on. Spurs barely had to even do anything in this case, the mouth pieces were in action by the final whistle.
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