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post #4651 of 8216 (permalink) Old 09-28-2012, 12:14 AM
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well then here is the big question

is that the way it should be?

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i believe so.

mistakes are part of life, so why should we make sports perfect? it adds to the drama. some go your way, some don't. it's they way it should be. you whinge and complain about the ones that don't go your way, you stay silent/taunt about the ones that do. it's life.

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Great idea. Whilst we are are at it lets give the next guy who gets a straight red a 6 match ban to send a message.

United 07, I will reiterate the point Redead made. You are convieniently missing out the pretty obvious factor that Cole went into a court of law and corroberated Terry's version of things.


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Daniel Taylor, whom the first quote was from seems like a fair and balanced source (despite the fact he is apparently a Newcastle fan)...
he is actually a forest fan, certainly not a united one if thats what you are getting at, the book he wrote on united has led him to being banned from united press conferences

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CGS and co, how does it feel knowing Dirk Kuyt has bagged himself 6 goals in 6 games whilst Liverpool can't hit a barn door at the moment?
Meh knowing Kuyt he would only show up during the Man u games... And Everton of course



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mistakes are part of life, so why should we make sports perfect? it adds to the drama. some go your way, some don't. it's they way it should be. you whinge and complain about the ones that don't go your way, you stay silent/taunt about the ones that do. it's life.
I agree, though I had experience of a video replay referral when I saw Ireland beat England at Twickenham a few years ago. Ireland scored a try right at the death and it was referred and took maybe two or three minutes before the decision came. During that time the excitement levels in the crowd just kept increasing. The decision came and the stadium erupted in equal boos and cheers.

Rugby fans aren't segregated though, so the mix allowed the banter and the atmosphere to build. Probably wouldn't have the same effect at a football match.

I think there should be retrospective punishments via video though. Each game can be reviewed and action taken when somebody has been naughty. The whole 'the ref dealt with it at the time' nonsense needs to go.

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Chelsea are looking for their first win at the Emirates since November 2009, I'd be satisfied with a draw.
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Chelsea are looking for their first win at the Emirates since November 2009, I'd be satisfied with a draw.
Sounds long, but it's only been two games since our last win there. One was a loss when Carlo's team was going through that bad period and the other was a draw with our second team, because we had Barca a few days later.

That said, a draw would not be a bad result at all.
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