Discussion in 'Bulletin Board' started by Redhelen, Nov 10, 2019.
If VAR allows
The first was poor all round. Ref bottled a pen, City didn't play to the whistle so got caught on a counter attack and whilst the goal was a good strike, it was a decent height to parry away out wide and plenty of keepers would have saved it.
The second was right to stand but was no different to the one Blunts had disallowed yesterday.
Great to see isn't it, City losing again.
Hopefully it'll keep Guardiola quiet for a bit, the clever little tw4t.
Liverpool fans singing 'one greedy bastard' to Sterling.
You couldn't make it up.
The second goal was more offside than Sheffield Utds,,, but it could hardly have been less really. Funny though how it didn't take three and a half minutes to decide.
If you think Guardiola is clever you must hate Klopp.
That man craves attention. Hope city pull it together second half and sink these scousers. Biggest knob head fans and club in the country.
Liverpool or Man City for the league.
It's like being offered a sh1t sandwich, or two slices of bread with sh1t in the middle.
It wasn't offside. Stones played him on. A quick replay showed it clearly.
My comment was about Guardiola. Klopp, he's entertaining... Pep needs a slap
Is it only me that is amused that They are all moaning that City should have had a pen. Poor lambs never happens to us
I’m still confused thought the ball went from a Man City arm to a Liverpool one. For me no pen though I’ve seen them given against us. Never for us though
Sorry, didn’t catch that
He was definitely onside. As for the Blunts if it takes 3 minutes to decide someone was 1mm offside you are using the system wrong. Any other sport assumes some error margin in the equipment and goes with the benefit of the doubt to the on field decision
Couldn't agree more. Something has to be done. I would imagine that you would find not one person who says the game is improved by taking 3-4 minutes to prove an offside by millimetres. No-one wants to see that.
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