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Discussion in 'Southampton' started by tomw24, Jul 9, 2020.
Var and myself only address cases on individual merit.
Didn’t realise that.
give up guy's he will have the last word, (no red for me) and Maguire is more of a prick than I thought after that interview
Let's put it to a vote...Rom guilty or not guilty?...
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I thought it was a yellow personally because I don't think there was a lot of intent and it probably looked worse than it was,
Definite red, not sure how anyone could think otherwise tbh
Cos it was a Saints player. Had it been the other way round everyone would have spent the day screaming United bias.
No bias here, just don't think that the impact and intent justified a red.
Criteria for serious foul play:
Was excessive force used?
Did he endanger the safety of the player?
Nothing at all about intent or impact.
If the answer to one or both questions is yes it's a red card. And Romeu did endanger the safety of Greenwood - could easily have broken his ankle.
Of course the impact is important I don't think it was excessive enough just a bit clumsy.
How is going in late and above the ankle clumsy?
Because he wasn't looking at his feet, it was a clumsy mistimed tackle and that is my final opinion on it.
Not enough meaty tackles about these days, I applaud Oriol.
I reckon Danny Ings could punch someone in the face and some would still say he shouldn't be sent off.
What’s your point?
Borderline yellow at most.
10 years ago maybe, not now.
This was fine just a couple of weeks ago
No red to me. The intent wasn't there.
I know I cant have the last word though, so I will give you all the word on the street
I'm afraid that I agree with your call on this. Much as I like Romeo, who has got his mojo back, if this had been committed by Pogba et al this board would be in melt down .