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    Red Card Appeal

    Lodged for Pascal sending off.


    Never a sending off but its us and we all now how the FA love to 'give it us' when ever they can.

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    we will lose. It's the FA and it's Liverpool

    it will be as viable as a "human rights" hearing in the UN.

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    Quote Originally Posted by spaldy View Post
    we will lose. It's the FA and it's Liverpool

    it will be as viable as a "human rights" hearing in the UN.
    Will be interesting to see what happens.

    Hard to see when contact was exactly from the footage but not clear if it was twisting that caused the injury or contact with Struijk.

    I donít see any difference with the Cooper tackle 10 minutes later which wasnít a foul.

    I canít see how the injury itself determines the punishment - hindsight canít determine the actions of the player beforehand surely.

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    Exact same tackle in the Everton v Burnley game last night and Ref didn't even blow for a foul!

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    Expect rock all from the F fncking A.

    The cnut running onto the pitch, should be punished, just like he did against Everton, nothing done there. Like the ref … a disgrace.

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    Quote Originally Posted by george_kaplan View Post
    Expect rock all from the F fncking A.

    The cnut running onto the pitch, should be punished, just like he did against Everton, nothing done there. Like the ref Ö a disgrace.
    A chance to shaft us just when we are struggling for fit CB's George...can't see em doing us any favours.

    If they overturn it I will help Belfast chew billys arse

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    Anyone watching the modern day Wimbledon (Burnley) last night would surely be like me, wondering how they kept 11 men on the pitch, the tackle on richarleson by that lunatic was a disgrace, he followed through intentionally, not even a yellow, he could just as easily broke the guys leg.

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    Quote Originally Posted by hopelesslyoptimistic View Post
    Will be interesting to see what happens.

    Hard to see when contact was exactly from the footage but not clear if it was twisting that caused the injury or contact with Struijk.

    I don’t see any difference with the Cooper tackle 10 minutes later which wasn’t a foul.

    I can’t see how the injury itself determines the punishment - hindsight can’t determine the actions of the player beforehand surely.
    Hope he got the ball fairly but the forward motion of the other knee caught the ankle.

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    Quote Originally Posted by norfolk white View Post
    Anyone watching the modern day Wimbledon (Burnley) last night would surely be like me, wondering how they kept 11 men on the pitch, the tackle on richarleson by that lunatic was a disgrace, he followed through intentionally, not even a yellow, he could just as easily broke the guys leg.
    I mentioned that while watching live thought wtf was going on. It was the start of the second half and first ten minutes Burnley players were flying in from all angles and nothing was shown and some were not even a free-kick. One Especially was a double leg lunge that connected and nothing was given. After the first goal it all settled down.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ozleeds View Post
    Hope he got the ball fairly but the forward motion of the other knee caught the ankle.
    That’s right, we call it a tackle, what next you go to head the ball with the opposition and a clash of heads the one who’s not the worst for wear gets the red? No matter how its seen it was never a sending off offence. The cnut running on the field in the refs face a bigger offence. Anyway let us see the verdict from our mates down at the fa.

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