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They were denied a stonewall peno against city though. Disgraceful decision
I haven't seen it all, but I know they're still moaning about the Liverpool goal where their player was on the floor pretending to be injured rather than getting up and defending.
For that one, I'd fine them for cheating and wasting official time by complaining about it.
The guy didn't have his head touched, was halfway up to his feet, then threw his hands Ln his head like he'd taken a right hook from Tyson Fury. Howe should be castrating his defender for that behaviour, not moaning at the referee.
looks like we thought the same thing at the same time... the "Robbo" thing is also highly suspiciousI see Mark Clattenburg has now weighed in to say Kane should’ve been sent off and that “Robbo” (yes he actually called him that) is lucky to be walking. And that Kane’s challenge was worse than “Robbo’s”.
Where are all these guys when a key decision goes against us?
Former Premier League referee Mark Clattenburg criticises the officiating of Sunday's draw between Tottenham and Liverpool, saying Andy Robertson is "lucky to be walking".www.bbc.co.uk
all now lining up to take a pop, dont remember the same witch hunt for the Robertson-Tanganga incident? Or did I miss that?
You bet they still would have found something to moan aboutSame old shit, everyone in the game loves Liverpool. They couldn’t wait to make excuses about how VVD, Thiago, Fabinho and Henderson were missing yesterday but nobody said a word about how we weren’t able to start Romero, Skipp, Reguilon, Hojbjerg or Lucas.
Christ I wish we’d beaten them. We should have won 6-2 then there would be nothing for them to cling to.