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Williamson charged with violent conduct

Just been on the wireless, that'll be a 3 match ban then, silly boy.
22nd November 2010 06:05 PM
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As soon as one of our players do summit, the F.A are straight on the case. They didn't want to know, when De Jong fucked up Ben Arfa.
22nd November 2010 06:11 PM
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To be fair Bob, it was a clear headbutt like, I know what you're saying about Dejong but what Willi did was verging on GBH.
22nd November 2010 06:22 PM
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I just don't understand why they will review Barton and Williamson but not the jerk who BROKE Ben Arfa's leg?!?
22nd November 2010 06:33 PM
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I knew this was coming. Taylor and Sol ?
22nd November 2010 06:36 PM
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Taylor or Sol? We'll be using both at neither are game fit!
22nd November 2010 06:38 PM
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Sol looked solid enough when he came on against Bolton, shame he hadn't been playing instead of collo, he would never have got outmuscled.
22nd November 2010 06:39 PM
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Kadar and Sol, if Taylor is still not fit enough.
22nd November 2010 06:45 PM
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Didn't Campbell pick up an injury in training recently?
22nd November 2010 06:47 PM
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He played on sat ven
22nd November 2010 06:52 PM
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Outmuscled? I've just watched the highlights and Enrique was penalised and carded for doing less than that Elmander did to Colo.

The elbow was a tad shady though.
22nd November 2010 08:13 PM
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bolton were more savvy than we were throughout and having Smithy on the pitch meant we were always going to be fired up the wrong way

didnt think enriques was a penalty, and elmander a wuss

as for williamson, i thought he stood his ground thats all
22nd November 2010 08:17 PM
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I've watched this incident so many times and I can't see the headbutt. He blocked him off, yes, but headbutting? It just looks like a collision. I hope he appeals against it. If he's found 'guilty' then more should be made about the De Jong incident on Ben Arfa because that was definitely intentional. I don't care if the referee saw the incident it or not. It was deliberate. Otherwise they can take 'trial by TV' out of the game. It's obviously being used unfairly and it's ruining everything.

Either embrace 'technology' or don't use it at all.
23rd November 2010 07:03 AM
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The FA will only get involved if the ref says he didnt see the incident. If the ref said he saw De Jong's challenge and dealt with it as he saw fit at the time, the FA won't take it any further. The ref didn't see Barton or Williamson do what they did, they were both spotted by the TV cameras and that's why the FA can bring a charge against them and not De Jong.

It may be s**t, but it's the rules.
23rd November 2010 01:01 PM
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(23rd November 2010 07:03 AM)lipsquid Wrote: Guests cannot see links in the messages. Please register to forum by clicking here to see links.If he's found 'guilty' then more should be made about the De Jong incident on Ben Arfa because that was definitely intentional. I don't care if the referee saw the incident it or not. It was deliberate.

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plus everyone else saw that de jong was in the wrong (wahey, i`m a poet),..Cruyff condemned the tackle, Nasri i think said it was a bad tackle, Bert dropped De Jong from the holland side because of the tackle,..but still the ref could see nowt wrong with it on the video!!??!!

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23rd November 2010 04:59 PM
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(23rd November 2010 01:01 PM)mikeydad Wrote: Guests cannot see links in the messages. Please register to forum by clicking here to see links.The FA will only get involved if the ref says he didnt see the incident. If the ref said he saw De Jong's challenge and dealt with it as he saw fit at the time, the FA won't take it any further. The ref didn't see Barton or Williamson do what they did, they were both spotted by the TV cameras and that's why the FA can bring a charge against them and not De Jong.

It may be s**t, but it's the rules.

Yeah I know it's the rules and yes it is shit. It's half fucking arsed. Either always use video or never use video. Not sometimes use video when it suits (because some cunt at Sky wants to stir up shit and replays certain incidents but not others).

Fuck it, Sky own the game anyway so everyone has to play by their rules. Football's going down the shitter, just like Rugby League did.
23rd November 2010 05:56 PM
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