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#1 OBE

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Posted 10 February 2018 - 05:53 AM

Total cock-end. Made my day!   :thumbsup_still:

 

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Posted 10 February 2018 - 07:44 AM

If the referee believes that the player is affected by a head injury he must immediately stop play to analyse the situation. Then If deemed appropriate call for attention of the trainer or medical professional. Whether Warnock likes the decision or not, as it was his player on the floor after the foul, no advantage could be played. Even if an advantage was played the goal would be ruled out as the Cardiff player scored with a high kick that was head height, so deemed dangerous and a foul award to the opposition. Either way Warnock is wrong.  


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Posted 10 February 2018 - 09:45 AM

He's a twat that I've never really taken to, but sometimes I do wish he was our twat.


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Posted 10 February 2018 - 10:07 PM

He's a piss taker. Full of bile and pettiness. 

 

He moans on like a right 'un yet the irony is he's all about the very things he calls out refs for missing.  Folk who have sat near his dug out on match day can tell you all the gamesmanship stuff and stunts he's shouting to his players.  Niggly shitty cheating stuff.

 

Must be a place of utter misery in his mind after the game. I'm not sure he can actually enjoy a win unless he's shafted someone or pulled off a stunt in the process.



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Posted 12 February 2018 - 03:10 AM

I haven't even seen the clip but you can be sure if the decisions had gone in his favour and they'd won the game he'd have been all smiles and saying it was the right decision.

 

On this theme it was interesting hearing Hodgson the other week cut into an interviewer's question about some ref decision or other and say he prefered it when aftermatch interviews were about the game as a whole, the tactics used by each side, any changes they made as the game developed etc rather than just focussed on the few seconds the ref gave a penalty or whatever.

 

And he's right. This current obsession is so ingrained in English football it's hard to remember another time ever existed. Aftermatch analysis is now almost entirely focused on refereeing decisions, usually pens, offsides, and sending offs, with the other 88 minutes of the game just ignored as though it was irrelevant. I think it's the managers who lead this change. Whatever the question Ferguson would always turn on the ref to cover up his teams failings and other managers of that generation followed - Wenger, Warnock, Alardyce, and Hughes being among the worst.

 

A lot of the younger guys, especially the foreign ones, don't do this anywhere near as much so hopefully eventually the tv coverage will follow suit....


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