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20 minutes ago, Scott_M said:

 

He should.

 

2015/16 - Mori on Origi.

 

2016/17 - At Woodison, Barkley should have seen red for tackles on Origi and Henderson (think he got away with a yellow on the Origi tackle & then was lucky to escape red for the Henderson tackle). At Anfield, Baines put Mane out for the rest of the season, I can't remember there being much in it but fuck it, throw that in as well.

 

2017/18 - Holgate shoving Firmino off the pitch.

 

2018/19 & 19/20 - They were just pathetic v us under Silva.

 

This season - Pickford and Richarlson.

 

 

That Funes Mori one was horrible. The little rat walking off the pitch kissing the badge and their end all wanking over him sums them cunts up. And to think some of them still have the cheek to say about us "Offended by everything ashamed of nothing" thats got to be the biggest load of hypocritical bullshit ever. 

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Go and watch it on YouTube it has it from the other angle.  He’s never in any danger of touching him.  That GIF angle makes it looks as though he’s went through him.

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7 minutes ago, The Guest said:

Go and watch it on YouTube it has it from the other angle.  He’s never in any danger of touching him.  That GIF angle makes it looks as though he’s went through him.

I'm struggling with this. It was barmy from any angle. 

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37 minutes ago, Scott_M said:

 

He should.

 

2015/16 - Mori on Origi.

 

2016/17 - At Woodison, Barkley should have seen red for tackles on Origi and Henderson (think he got away with a yellow on the Origi tackle & then was lucky to escape red for the Henderson tackle). At Anfield, Baines put Mane out for the rest of the season, I can't remember there being much in it but fuck it, throw that in as well.

 

2017/18 - Holgate shoving Firmino off the pitch.

 

2018/19 & 19/20 - They were just pathetic v us under Silva.

 

This season - Pickford and Richarlson.

 

 


Barclay also did Lovren the same season as the Henderson one 

 

 

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14 minutes ago, The Guest said:

Go and watch it on YouTube it has it from the other angle.  He’s never in any danger of touching him.  That GIF angle makes it looks as though he’s went through him.

Show us the angle mate.

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3 minutes ago, The Guest said:


His feet are pointing down and never come anywhere near making contact.

Wow. Thats the exact same two angles as in the gif I put and it does nothing for your argument. 

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17 minutes ago, Stickman said:


Barclay also did Lovren the same season as the Henderson one 

 

 

 

Forgot about that. Add it to the list!

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Listen, I loved Dirk, you knew what you got with him, 110% effort all game. I think that's the only time Ive seen him go 'wild.'

 

But the acid test is, if Dirk was an oppo player, would you expect a red for that if it was against us? And the overwhelming answer, in my opinion, is yes. Whatever way you look at it, he was fortunate to escape a red. Glad he did as well because the fume was and still is, awesome!

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3 hours ago, VERBAL DIARRHEA said:

‘ well yeah apart from the front three, the keeper, the fullbacks and a couple of midfielders they’re a one trick pony ‘  comedy gold.

What have the Romans ever done for us

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16 minutes ago, Bjornebye said:

Wow. Thats the exact same two angles as in the gif I put and it does nothing for your argument. 

Facepalm.  I must have scrolled after the first angle which is the one that everyone likes to show the still of.  He’s flung himself like an absolute divvy but he doesn’t touch him or come near to injuring him in anyway similar to the Gerrard one or either of the tackles from the recent derby.  There’s no malice in it at all.  He’s clearly trying to block the ball.

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40 minutes ago, The Guest said:

Facepalm.  I must have scrolled after the first angle which is the one that everyone likes to show the still of.  He’s flung himself like an absolute divvy but he doesn’t touch him or come near to injuring him in anyway similar to the Gerrard one or either of the tackles from the recent derby.  There’s no malice in it at all.  He’s clearly trying to block the ball.

He was reckless, he wasn't all that far away and condoning it is a cunts trick. But as Scott says the fume that he went on to score the winner makes it all the better that he escaped the red.

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2 hours ago, Bjornebye said:

Nah it was a mental challenge. Proper Mortal Kombat gear. Absolutely should have been sent off right away. 

 

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Looks to me like Kuyt slipped and Neville attempted to run his studs down Kuyt's head but missed. 

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I think Kuyt was overenthusiastically jumping into a block of the long ball up the channel, so it's more of a flying charge-down (bit like you'd see on a drop goal attempt in rugby) than a two-footed tackle. But it's proper reckless as he's so out of control, and he's damned lucky he didn't see red.

 

It was 13 years ago, mind, so it's completely irrelevant to the actions of Jordan Pickford. Not that this matters in Blooland.

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36 minutes ago, SlugTrail said:

He was reckless, he wasn't all that far away and condoning it is a cunts trick. But as Scott says the fume that he went on to score the winner makes it all the better that he escaped the red.

 

And Neville it was who handballed on the line at the end of stoppage time to concede the penalty which Kuyt buried for the winner. Of course, with Neville it was just a handball. Suarez did the same thing at the World Cup 3 years later, but that was a heinous offence to the entire continent of Africa. Nile Not Satis Zambezi Offendum.

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The Kuyt tackle was before they specifically made reckless challenges a red card. It was crazy but as he didn't touch him he didn't get sent off. 

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3 hours ago, Bobby Hundreds said:

That Kuyt one was nuts what the fuck was he thinking.

The planet has suffered this cunt enough...

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If Neville doesn't leap like a gazelle, he gets taken out waste height. Both feet off the ground, completely out of control. It's a shocking tackle. 

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That Barkley tackle is a real possible leg breaker.

 

Used it with a FC Class and Dignity mate today and 'just a proper derby challenge' was the reply....

 

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45 minutes ago, Scott_M said:

If Neville doesn't leap like a gazelle, he gets taken out waste height. Both feet off the ground, completely out of control. It's a shocking tackle. 

There’s few things I disagree with you on Scott but this is one of them.  Both feet are off the ground but he’s in control because his feet are going nowhere near him.  At worst Kuyt’s midriff might brush against him.  

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