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Discussion in 'Chit-Chat' started by limsy, Jul 12, 2010.
Man, that club must be out of their mind!
Man Utd vs Chelsea match, referee confirmed.
Manchester United fans can bring out the bubblies now.
Sorry Fernando, no medal this season either.
It is a crucial game after all and at the point of the season every team needs their most important players.
Recent signing Everton fan Chris Foy failed to impress at the Emirates but is expected to improve next season.
SAF must be the happiest man on earth.
Sorry, but FT is most likely going to get his medal!
Frankly, I'd like the Wednesday boys and Ipswich to get back in a few years time and dominate . Don't worry about the money issue, it'll be taken care of.
let see how the score will be
last week,referee 2 spurs 1
I know you love your Man U. No worries there. You side with them and we side with ours. It's healthy competition, I thought you would agree (even with the accompanying drama sometimes).
When the referee is the undesignated player of the other team, it's neither 'healthy' nor 'competitive' ...
its not about love= =
i like to see fast and furious football
arsenal vs man utd recent match is one of the good and exciting match
the thing i dont like is that when some club cant win,fans start to excuse on referee,umpire,fa,bookies or want so ever
lol,of course i prefer more exciting and competitive match
who want to see man utd vs schalke which might be 10-0 if their goal keeper is not on superb form
You are contradicting yourself. If Schalke's keeper was not in superb form to keep the scoreline respectful, would you have stayed to watch that the match may end up 10-0? Haha.
Oohhh... don't tempt me... I have a list of some very damning evidence of referee bias towards Le Mancs - and did I say 'list'? Even the Guardian or was it the Telegraph wrote some article on this a couple of years ago...
Every team up there gets it once in a while - undeserved slice of good luck or referees caving into pressure - heck even my team Liverpool gets it some times. However, the major difference here is that the number of notable incidents that favour the Salford far outnumbers those given to the other three teams combined. Even my Man Utd supporting friend admits that they get lucky most of the time and instead of feeling guilty about it, laughs about in my face and causing my blood pressure to spike...
I'm not that petty to keep on about this - strong focus on other teams which is not their own and obsession on Man Utd is the trait of an Everton supporter - but the refereeing bias down the years towards the Red Devils is very evident, if not clear to the naked eye.
I had a dig on the same thing above regarding their new player Chris Foy unveiled at the Emirates last week - watch the game again and see if you think my joke has no basis. Arsenal still won at the end which is all that matters, but that's besides the point. The referee had a shocker (or blinder, depending on who you support) of a game.
It's the Telegraph mate but I'm sure The Guardian tread along those lines too. True, regarding bias towards Man U as it is with NBA's (big market) LA Lakers.
i didnt watch the match
man utd won 4-1
looking forward for the clash
will man utd fans say webb is wearing chelsea shirt as ivanovic escape the 2nd yellow =red card?
anyway,still one point needed
looking forward for cl final
Lord Triesman fired first the shot
And FIFA fired back:
*sigh* Congratulations, MU.
1st goal,the ball is out of the line but referee didnt call and passed and score
2nd goal,hernandez is clearly aware that robinson gonna reach the ball so he kick the ball away and fall down after the contact with robinson
still,man utd won the 19th title
Blackburm vs Man Utd match, from 83rd minutes onwards, the worst football. Shame on them.
Yep, 'sangkar ayam' football. Can't blame them, tho. Only need draw lah.
Yup, Blackburn never touched the ball, or made the effort to. I wonder if they were aware that Blackpool was winning 4-3 and Wolves 3-1, thereby closing the gap on them. Results can still work against Blackburn, even more so if Wolves beats them on the final weekend. They'll have deserved their demotion if that's the case.