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6 minutes ago, dockers_strike said:

Southampton saying Danny Ings has tested positive for covid and may have been 'contagious' when he played against us. Hmmmmm.

Most of our defenders that game should be alright.

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4 minutes ago, Crazy Dave said:

Fucking hell. That is grim. 

 

Bent cunt. 

It is, but fuck Arsenal. Their invincible season was thanks to an outrageous dive by Pires vs Portsmouth - much like Rooney's there.

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12 hours ago, Doctor Troy said:

 

 

 

United have always been favoured by refereeing decisions but I've never seen anything like this last 12 months. A team has never been able to do so many yellow card challenges and get nothing. Even a hint there is a penalty its given, no debate unless its against them. Fucking penalty after the game has finished its fucking outrageous.

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That video of the United v Arsenal game shows up a lot of things. As I recall it, Arsenal were no shrinking violets either, so a video of outtakes by an Arsenal website can’t really be taken as unbiased.

Having said that, and given Clattenberg’s comments yesterday, is it any surprise that with Riley in charge of the referees we’re getting nothing from them?
Sunday might be a VAR-fest like no other, I think we could be doing well to get a draw, whereas without any thoughts of any skullduggery, we could still beat them, even given our injuries.

Is that a conspiracy filled, hysterical fanny like reaction too far?
Hopefully it will turn out to be.

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25 minutes ago, coachpotato said:

Sunday might be a VAR-fest like no other, I think we could be doing well to get a draw, whereas without any thoughts of any skullduggery, we could still beat them, even given our injuries.

Is that a conspiracy filled, hysterical fanny like reaction too far?
 

Nope, it's a perfectly rational view, based on significant weight of evidence.

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17 hours ago, Doctor Troy said:

 

 

 

Now I never liked Arsenal much, but every time I see this clip/montage my blood boils.

 

Nice to know that this is the guy designating/instructing referees these days. How anyone can watch that video and say with a straight face that referees aren't biased/corrupt in this league is beyond me

 

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16 hours ago, manwiththestick said:

God, I hate these twats. I expect more of the same on Sunday, not so much the complete shithousery but the absolutely scandalous refereeing.

Not seen any United games lately, I gather... 

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6 minutes ago, torahboy said:

Penalty in the Wolves v Fat Arse's Crabs - weird that a tackle outside the area is now a penalty. It really is a new game.

Then a cast iron handball at the other end doesn't even get looked at.  Bunch of incompetent cunts everyone of these referees.

 

 

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15 minutes ago, torahboy said:

Penalty in the Wolves v Fat Arse's Crabs - weird that a tackle outside the area is now a penalty. It really is a new game.

I haven't seen it but I did see one of the refs the other day talking about how it doesn't matter where the tackle is, as long as some part of the attacker is in the box. 

 

Once again, a relatively simple thing like where the tackle took place has been replaced with trying to determine whether his had or arm pit was on the line. 

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7 minutes ago, John102 said:

I haven't seen it but I did see one of the refs the other day talking about how it doesn't matter where the tackle is, as long as some part of the attacker is in the box. 

 

Once again, a relatively simple thing like where the tackle took place has been replaced with trying to determine whether his had or arm pit was on the line. 

At the point of impact the attacker's arse is on the line. A bit like Allardyce's will be in a month or two. Wolves are now leading 2-1.

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