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I agree with the inconsistency bit from Morgan's statement, but he was begging for a second yellow, a couple of minutes before he almost knocked Richarlison into the crowd. Got away with that one, but does another a few minutes later, sheer stupidity on his part. Maybe him and his manager aught to concentrate on that a bit. Cue Richarlison getting a retrospective ban for diving
Agree with the sentiment that Kenny isn't good enough. I'd absolutely love him to be, and to be proven wrong, but he doesn't look like he can defend at this level. Got done badly at the weekend, and that's not the first time his lack of positional awareness and judgment has lead to a goal. I think he's a championship player. We should be looking to upgrade, but it's not the most crucial position for now....centre mid and striker have to be priorities.
Slightly off topic but Morgan's comments from The Times today are a bit rich , he produced a series of fouls on our players and could have been sent off earlier. .............<<< Wes Morgan has called for a review into refereeing after the Leicester City captain’s second red card of the season helped Everton to victory. Morgan and Claude Puel, his Leicester manager, hinted Richarlison, who scored Everton’s opening goal, had exaggerated a foul from the defender to contribute to his second yellow card.Morgan, who was also sent off last month in a 4-2 defeat away to Bournemouth, wants refereeing consistency to be scrutinised and the Premier League to check all red cards retrospectively. “Maybe the game is changing so you can’t have any contact whatsoever,” said Morgan, who faces a two-game suspension.“It does feel like any challenge you make, the referee is having a word, even though you might win the ball. I think there’s definitely some inconsistency with referees and the decisions they make, so maybe a review is needed.“The referees just have to be more coy about it. You can see from the players’ point of view if a challenge is a free kick or not and if the players are going down screaming the referees shouldn’t buy into that. If there was a panel that looked at them, all decisions might be rescinded but that is down to the FA or whoever makes the rules.”Having been booked at the end of the first half for a foul on Richarlison, Morgan received his second yellow card for tripping the same player on 63 minutes. “The referee made his decision off the reaction of the player,” Morgan said. >>>
............Yes the ref had a long chat with Morgan and must have warned him he was toting up fouls to the inevitable conclusion. I think Morgan is more clumsy than dirty ,a bit like our very own Ashley Williams.
Starting to notice players like Rich and Zaha, as well as others are getting persecuted a bit.Keown and Ince tried to make out that Richarlison had conned the ref on Saturday. No mention of the persistent fouls on him by Morgan and others. Seems like players like Morgan think they can just go round fouling people and get away with it. Hopefully we'll start to see players of his ilk die out the premier league.
He’s a fucking grock and richarlison had him on toast all day long. Matter of time before he went imo.
He was lucky he wasn’t sent off five minutes before when he fouled Richarlison at the dug out.The referee didn’t look like he was going to give a yellow at first so he probably realised it was Morgan which is why he deemed it a second booksble offence after the previous challenge.
That front four's fucking exciting eh lads? Like some others, I had been suggesting Richarlison up top for a few weeks now, and I think it was brap who said that was a fantasy football suggestion. I think you can see that it's anything but that, and away from home, it's going to be very hard to stop us creating good chances.
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