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Discussion in 'Liverpool' started by Solid_Air 2, Oct 16, 2021.
Okay nothing for me then lols
Accident/intent/recklessness. Say, if you drive on the wrong side of the road to beat the traffic in the rush hour. Is it only an offence if you cause an accident, and even then, only an offence if you INTENDED to cause an accident?
It's only an offence if you get caught and it is just "not allowed"
Well that was boring
Yeah, but what if you didn't see anyone coming, and they just came round a bend, so you didn't mean it? Driving on the other side of the road IS allowed for overtaking, providing it's safe to do so, so if you wiped out that family coming the other way, but you never intended to do so, surely that is okay?
No wonder he always injured
Accidental is no longer a thing in football...
But I am consistent
Er it is
My daughter lost a tooth on Sunday
No foul issued
Ref even said to her the other girl didn’t mean it
It was an accident
Who broke Elliot’s leg/ankle
Did the red stick or was it rescinded
was it accidental ???
that was dangerous
Funnily hes never been kicked. It's the blades of grass that hurt his muscles.
I dont think it was. The leeds lad in real time looked like he made an honest effort but on the replay it was from behind. The kneed landed on the ankle.
Excessive force again.
You should report him and tell your daughter to knock the other girl spark out. #sundayleaguerules.
No offence, but Sunday and PL aren't exactly the same level mate. Playing or refereeing. I could get away with murder on a Sunday!
Sort of my point as the card was rescinded and the opinion was definitely split
The FA effectively are saying the ref got it wrong by rescinding the card
Even on here there were people saying it wasn’t a red
If the rule was clear there should not be a spilt opinion
Offside as much as we don’t like where they measure from is now fairly clear and as long as the lines are straight they are nearly there
I would rather see a freeze frame moving forwards and backwards like they do in rugby if we are to use technology
But as I said I think people/refs respond to the ooof factor because there is no such thing as the ooof factor - I just made it up
And that simply cannot be correct imho
Same rules apply there is no guidance that says that in the Prem the rule means this and elsewhere it means otherwise
The rule is the rule surely ?
I am way too deep in this and I need to stop replying
I won’t change your mind and vice versa
I know I am wrong because
The ref issued a red
Because the rule dictates it
I just don’t agree with it - I am entitled to be wrong and think this way.
Show me where it says this