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Discussion in 'Liverpool' started by Solid_Air 2, Oct 16, 2021.
Yeah, but the referees are even worse!
nowhere. I am just offering advice there.
No it wasn't! Nonetheless, I agree that one shouldn't have even been a booking, but once VAR has judged on it, they're loathed to turn it over.
The FA after the event
Not in the heat of the moment
With calm heads and with hindsight have decided that the challenge that the ref yielded a red for as dangerous play was actually okay and the judgement was harsh
Probably down to intension who knows what they were thinking
So it’s exactly what I have been talking about
Can’t have been accidental- this has been discussed
It must have been dangerous because of what we discussed
yet it was rescinded
All I said from start was I THINK a yellow would have sufficed for the challenge on Bobby
Even though it was dangerous and the foot that high
No damage was caused
It clearly was not intentional
I have also said from start when you actually play football
You know when you have been done and for me that’s when the red card should be used
on the other incident you have someone who broke someone’s leg/ankle
Unintentionally the injured player confirmed this
Was sent off for dangerous play
But for some reason had it rescinded
which means intention and force must be the larger of the things the FA look at
and if that is the case then the red the other night was harsh imho that’s all
and I am wrong and I don’t care
ftr I think the stench of hypocrisy on here can be strong sometime
I will flounce now
Cause otherwise this will never end
The Leeds tackle on Elliot your talking about? That wasn’t rescinded. The guy was banned for it.
Thought it was
I saw Elliot saying it wasn’t an issue but
That’s that rant flattened
Rightly so, the dirty batard