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  • #1572509
    killyboye
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    @kingo, you’d think so but you just don’t know. I assume the player looking to the ref for a free kick would be a dead giveaway but again, you just dont know.

    #1572511

    Paxman
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    I think it would take a bit more than a few opposition fans throwing the diving accusation around to tarnish Cities brand of football at the moment 🙂

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    Dandy
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    Couple of embarrassing dives from Gray and Walker last night. Very poor.
    Saw last night that penalty awards are down 50% on last season. Can’t say I’d noticed but that’s a sea change if true

    #1575691

    NOLU
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    Whilst it was not actually diving –
    surly Callum Wilson should be facing retrospective action for cheating in the Bournemouth West ham game. He can be clearly seen telling the referee that the ball never touched him for the late Bournemouth equalizer where clearly it did.
    Is that not the same as cheating?

    #1575706

    Devon Hammer
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    Nolu, rumour has it that the owners are thinking of lodging a complaint to the FA about the referee and the player over this incident. The FA will do FA about it though.

    #1576497
    Pagan
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    NOLU, trouble is players do that all the time, every time a ball goes out of play both sets of players appeal, how many times do you see players say they got the ball in a tackle when they didn’t….Pagan

    #1576506

    Blueowner
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    What about that stiff elbow in the stomach by that united player on a saints player was intended to cause maximum damage. That is far morec serious than diving.

    #1576704
    AshCFC
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    Ashley Young has got away with a few lately. I think he’ll get punished for the elbow on Tadic(?).

    Personally I’d hand him a minimum three match ban.

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    notnice
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    for such a blatant act of thuggery he should be getting more than 3 games.

    #1577450

    NOLU
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    Will this be the week Zaha finally gets done for diving?

    #1578288

    mufc
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    Ash what about Hazard.

    #1578381
    Dandy
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    Mufc – the penalty for Chelsea was for a toe end on Hazard’s boot. Do you understand the diving rules?

    #1578385
    AshCFC
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    Exactly Dandy. mufc maybe doesn’t get what constitutes a dive.

    Thwre was only one dive at the Emirates tonight, and that was by Jack Wilshere.

    To be fair to the ref it was difficult to spot from his vantage point, but tough to swallow for us when the same player who would have been sent off had the ref seen his con attempt subsequently scored.

    #1578401
    notnice
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    obvious penalty anyone who thinks it was not is as biased as the King of Brazeness Lord Wanker, Hazard juts rolling over made it look a bit weak, no need for that as it was a clear foul, in any event their opening goal was scored by a player who should have easily received a 2nd yellow.

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    mufc
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    Lol, if a United player won a penalty in that fashion, we would have 15 separate threads on it.

    #1578416
    Alfie07
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    The FA panel was established to review debatable decisions where penalties are awarded for acts of simulation, or feigning of injury has led to a dismissal. It’s when the referee has been deceived.

    Hazard showed why he is the PLs most ‘fouled’ player. That form of cheating needs to be stopped just as much as Wilshere’s.

    If the FA think the ref was deceived or Hazards reaction was an act of simulation then it should be looked at. I think he will get away with it though, as he always does.

    From the FAs website:
    From the start of the 2017-18 season, retrospective disciplinary action can be taken in situations when a match official has been deceived, and as a direct result, the offending player’s team has been:-
    • awarded a penalty; and/or
    • an opposing player has been sent-off where the act of simulation and/or feigning injury led to a straight red card or caused one of the two cautions that led to the dismissal.

    This rule is not intended to regularly review debatable incidents but is to be utilised where there is a clear act of simulation.

    http://www.thefa.com/news/2017/aug/04/fa-confirm-pool-for-successful-deception-offences-040817

    #1578429
    notnice
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    Hazard being a player who dribbles a lot with the ball close to his feet is actually the actually the most fouled player in the league by a country mile, however I do agree he should not behave like he does when that happens as it puts your character in bad light, last night was a definite penalty but it was not necessary to carry on like he was shot with a bullet. Even that ex ref boss, forgot his name said that it was a definite penalty and he is not biased towards ref often stating when refs are wrong, he even stated the WBA incident last week was not a penalty.

    #1578431
    notnice
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    MUCF its understandable that if that was United it would have caused much more anger as over the years but especially in Ferguson’s time United were allotted so many dubious penalties and at critical times it became a normal procedure almost every 2nd week.

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    AshCFC
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    Lol. Alfie and mufc revealing how scared they are of being overtaken by Chelsea.

    Chaps, you’re embarrassing yourselves by suggesting there’s any issue whatsoever with last night’s pen. I’m actually cringing for you.

    As notnice said, Dermot Gallagher said it was a clear pen, Thierry Henry said it was a clear pen. It was a clear pen!

    Your only credible excuse for posting such tosh is that actually you’re both practicing for the next ‘Britain’s got Talent’. I don’t think they’ve ever had anyone who can talk out their arse yet.

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    Alfie07
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    Good to see you’re as welcoming to others views which don’t match your own as ever Ash.

    I note you have to result to childish nonsense than offer a counter argument to what has been said.

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