Monday Oct 2:
That’s some u-turn from Neville isn’t it? He was venting about how bad this was in the immediate aftermath and then all of a sudden he wasn’t. And now he’s turned his guns on LFC because he doesn’t like the statement we pout out. A statement that was only saying the kind of thing he was. He’s a little fucking worm with zero credibility because he’s so full of contradictions and hypocrisy. I’d love to know who got to him and told him to tone it down on the refs. Shithouse.
It’s not just him though. Some of the pro PGMOL bollocks I’m seeing from the media is genuinely bewildering. It feels like we’re taking on the tories or the met. You’re having to deal with the media they control too. I wouldn’t have thought Howard Webb would have had this kind of influence but I underestimated him.
How has Darren England not been sacked already? How is the audio not out there? Why are they protecting him? I mean if this were a football manager doing a job this badly he’d be getting fucking hammered and no-one would give a shit about ‘duty of care’ or safeguarding his mental health. Fuck this shit. That England is one bad cunt. The audio of the whole game should be out there for public consumption. There is no reason not to unless they have something to hide.
In fact, why should we even need to request it like this? It should be readily available to listen to after every single game. If they don’t want to let us listen live, that’s one thing. But how come we can’t hear what’s said afterwards except for the exceptions made by Webb when he does his little self promotional show with Michael Owen where he selects which bits of audio we’re allowed to listen to? The last one they did should have included the Mac Allister red, as that was the most contentious decision and it was overturned. Instead we got to hear ones that Webb wanted us to hear so he could congratulate himself on their “process”. The audio from every single game should be available on request, starting with this one.
I’ve got far more questions than just what happened on the goal. I want to hear what he said on the red card too, and how he judged that as a clear and obvious error by the referee when even those pundits who think it might be a red card aren’t saying it with any conviction, and there are plenty saying it’s just the wrong call. So whether it is or it isn’t a red, it was absolutely not a clear and obvious error. Dodgy. As. Fuck.