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Old 18.09.2008, 04:20 PM
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[quote author=PackersBlade link=board=23;threadid=35053;start=105#msg956553 date=1221743588]
I hate this arguement that Carvalho would of caught Jo (as good as Carvalho is) he was coming in at a side angle so Jo just had to keep going forward. Terry couldnt go for the ball so went for the man. Yes is wasnt agrressive in a sense of violence but it was a red as he was the last man as stopped Jo illegally.

Guthrie however should be banned for as long as Fagan is out. Yes extreme but if a player get can a year ban for spitting at a referee then a player should get a long ban for tackles like Guthries.
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shocking that kick was sick and should have been at least 6 game ban.....
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Old 18.09.2008, 08:34 PM
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[quote author=Paddy link=board=23;threadid=35053;start=90#msg956359 date=1221723845]
I don't see the fuss myself, it was a terrible decision to give a red card in the first place. If we have the opportunity to correct very poor decisions made by referees I'm all for it.
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The referee obviously didn't think it was a poor decision though, even in retrospect. Halsey obviously still thought it was a sending off, and John 'England Captain' Terry's red card had to be rescinded by a panel.
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Old 19.09.2008, 07:44 AM
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[quote author=Paddy link=board=23;threadid=35053;start=90#msg956359 date=1221723845]
I don't see the fuss myself, it was a terrible decision to give a red card in the first place. If we have the opportunity to correct very poor decisions made by referees I'm all for it.
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The referee obviously didn't think it was a poor decision though, even in retrospect. Halsey obviously still thought it was a sending off, and John 'England Captain' Terry's red card had to be rescinded by a panel.
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If you want to believe his England captaincy had anything to do with it then that's down to you. As for Halsey, he could argue until he was blue in the face that he thought it was a red, but the panel disagree with him and so do I.
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Old 19.09.2008, 01:33 PM
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[quote author=Paddy link=board=23;threadid=35053;start=105#msg956968 date=1221810246]
[quote author=masseyattack link=board=23;threadid=35053;start=105#msg956861 date=1221770066]
[quote author=Paddy link=board=23;threadid=35053;start=90#msg956359 date=1221723845]
I don't see the fuss myself, it was a terrible decision to give a red card in the first place. If we have the opportunity to correct very poor decisions made by referees I'm all for it.
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The referee obviously didn't think it was a poor decision though, even in retrospect. Halsey obviously still thought it was a sending off, and John 'England Captain' Terry's red card had to be rescinded by a panel.
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If you want to believe his England captaincy had anything to do with it then that's down to you. As for Halsey, he could argue until he was blue in the face that he thought it was a red, but the panel disagree with him and so do I.
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Oh well if you disagree with him then he needs to know his role ;D
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Old 19.09.2008, 09:10 PM
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[quote author=Paddy link=board=23;threadid=35053;start=90#msg956359 date=1221723845]
I don't see the fuss myself, it was a terrible decision to give a red card in the first place. If we have the opportunity to correct very poor decisions made by referees I'm all for it.

Vidic on the other hand should have been sent off.
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So we should allow players to practically rugby tackle each other should we.
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Old 19.09.2008, 09:19 PM
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[quote author=49ers Morgan link=board=23;threadid=35053;start=105#msg957394 date=1221858625]
[quote author=Paddy link=board=23;threadid=35053;start=90#msg956359 date=1221723845]
I don't see the fuss myself, it was a terrible decision to give a red card in the first place. If we have the opportunity to correct very poor decisions made by referees I'm all for it.

Vidic on the other hand should have been sent off.
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So we should allow players to practically rugby tackle each other should we.
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It would certainly make the game more interesting.
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Old 19.09.2008, 11:50 PM
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A Sheffield United player (yes i know we arent premiership) has been suspended for a furthur 3 games (now 6 games altogether) for not leaving the field quick enough. Even though the sent off player, other players, crowd, staff thought he had been called over by the referee.

So much for the FA saying suspension can only be increased for serious foul play and thats why they couldnt increase Guthries. Guthrie could potentially of ruined a players carear (Fagan may never reach heights of where he was prior to injury) yet only gets 3 games, our player however doesnt leave quick enough and extra games added on. Its not like he was preventing play from restarting the tackled player was still recieving treatment.

What happened to 'the referee's decision is final' these big time players dont have respect for the officials as it is and now they know they can going of complaining to the FA who will over turn the decision, pathethic and one of the reasons the premier league is going downhill.

As soon as the Big 4 go off to a european super league the better.
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Old 20.09.2008, 02:50 AM
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As a Derby fan, and having watched Fagan play for us for a year and a bit his career was going nowhere anyway. The guy was average at best. Haha, still doesn't excuse that tackle but after his contribution to us last season i had to get that off my chest
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Old 20.09.2008, 05:15 AM
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[quote author=Khaled link=board=23;threadid=35053;start=105#msg956638 date=1221751824]
I've only just seen the Terry challenge. Now Terry is a ****, but that's never a red card.

Standardly.

As much intent as there was I don't think it can honestly be said he stopped a goalscoring chance, and it was one of those tackles players make all the time knowing they're getting a yellow to slow the opposition down.
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They based it on the fact he was last man, the replays show its debateable whether he was or not but from where the ref was it was a professional foul and therefore a straight red. linesman should have said something
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Old 20.09.2008, 05:28 PM
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[quote author=49ers Morgan link=board=23;threadid=35053;start=105#msg957394 date=1221858625]
[quote author=Paddy link=board=23;threadid=35053;start=90#msg956359 date=1221723845]
I don't see the fuss myself, it was a terrible decision to give a red card in the first place. If we have the opportunity to correct very poor decisions made by referees I'm all for it.

Vidic on the other hand should have been sent off.
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So we should allow players to practically rugby tackle each other should we.
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No, but then that wasn't anything like a rugby tackle so I don't see your point.
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