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Just now, Mark M said:

Don’t know how he played on on the first place for that shaw foul 

Totally agree the standard of officiating is truly appalling these days 

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I actually thought that good use of VAR. I think they went back to Shaw challenge because if they didn’t they had to send Brady off. On commentary they said they looked at Shaw challenge and it had been cleared.

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1 hour ago, manwiththestick said:

Newcastle fans about to go nuclear,  losing to Sheffield United.

Don't forget Bruce is better than Rafa as all the pundits on Sky and Talkshite say so 

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Just now, Special K said:

How many pens are the Mancs getting in the second half? I'm going for 3

One in the 7th minute of injury time after Fernandes or Martial become dizzy in the penalty area and fall over their own legs.

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1 minute ago, LFC 6 Times said:

Also that cunt Fernandes isn’t taking these corners from the quadrant, should be pulled back if they score from one.

It is such a petty cheat that and a newish thing too.

They should make it so all the ball has to be clearly inside

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5 minutes ago, Special K said:

How many pens are the Mancs getting in the second half? I'm going for 3

Ha! 
They only need one. They’ll get it in injury time and take the game 0-1

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2 minutes ago, an tha said:

It is such a petty cheat that and a newish thing too.

They should make it so all the ball has to be clearly inside

Paint a spot, like the penalty spot. 

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1 minute ago, therevivalist said:

Burnley fighting tooth and nail...praying for just a point. 

One clear cut chance taken and they can nab the three points. I’m not giving up on that.

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Utd aren't strong enough to to mount a serious title challenge yet this season, maybe next season. 

VAR............... hold my beer. 

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Didn't realise there were games tonight. Love the way the football industry is just ploughing through the pandemic. It's a wonder they haven't invented a new competition this season for even more games. 

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1 minute ago, Stickman said:

Maguire giving Friend grief at half time so I think that's the second half sorted 

Saw that - was looking for the back-hander, but I guess things are more sophisticated these days.

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