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@Andy (1009) Agreed!The biggest mystery in football is how on earth Robbie Savage got a job as a football pundit!He must have one hell of an Agent!
michael carrick is ridiculously overrated
SAF needs to be breathalysed before he is allowed near a touchline.
@Stowman 1016Something akin to this?http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/2006_Italian_football_scandal"The teams have been accused of rigging games by selecting favourable referees".When it breaks here it's going to hit the fan. If the FA doesn't fine SAF for his comments, then they've clearly nailed their colours to the mast.
I was wondering how many times Simon Beck had been linesman for MU since that Chelsea game.Apparently, it's eight matches, including the West Ham cup tie earlier this month.I'd like to interpret something (anything!) from that, but haven't the foggiest what.
Old man has bad manners and bad memory. Mentioning Drogba's goal, he forgets about Macheda's basketball goal, scored with both hands, in the same game. Or he's simply a sore loser.
What chance have officials got? active players,non active players,players virtually rugby tackling each other when a corner comes over.Players diving to get penalties.Managers moaning over every decision.Decisions analysed from several different angles.slowed down to see a leg contacting another leg and an official is expected to get the decision right in a 1 second look? Who would be an official
You've got to wonder how Carrick was given man of the match in the game. The stand out player was comfortably Aaron Lennon who never gets noticed by pundits because of Bale being in the side half the time. People forget that the season spurs first qualified for the Champions League, it was Lennon who sent Spurs flying for the first half of the season before injury but it's Bale who's remembered.
Fergie moaning about the supposed Rooney penalty, yet all quiet on Kagawa hauling back on a shirt in the box with no penalty given. I think it was Defoe's. Spurs were a much better team in the 2nd half. Lucky to escape with a point.
A fascinating game that showed off two top Premier League managers. FErguson was made manager of the week for his 'subtle' influencing skills in the impress Coaching Blog & AVB noted for his inspiration. Check out www.impresscoaching.co.uk
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