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      Liverpool 2-2 Manchester City: In game and Post Match discussion

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      Dadorious
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      Re: Liverpool 2-2 Manchester City: In game and Post Match discussion
      Reply #825: Oct 05, 2021 11:08:07 am
      You may see it differently because you live in Aussie land don't you? Over here we always go OTT as that's what the media does. The fact it was the biggest/best game to watch over the weekend will always draw in more focus on the game. Let's be honest it could of been a game changer if the rift decision had been made.

      Pretty sure if ref saw the action again on VAR which obviously not allowed ( lucky you  :f_tongueincheek: ) it's a certain card be it yellow or red. We know these are game changers of the biggest order. Honestly don't thing it's a agenda by the media (( can't believe I said that coz hate the cnuts ))  it was just the most highlighted game of the weekend and understandable so.

      You haven’t answered my original question yet it’s irrelevant where I live it doesn’t mean I support my team less if I’m outside of Liverpool. Perfectly aware  of the magnitude of the occasion and this being the biggest fixture of the round. It does still not address why the same incident by a City player isn’t even mentioned by the media. Very rich of you to be scrutinizing this particular decision when Pogba should have seen a straight red against Wolves yet nothing happened and your lot went on to score. I’m sure your rose tinted glasses were firmly affixed.
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      Re: Liverpool 2-2 Manchester City: In game and Post Match discussion
      Reply #826: Oct 05, 2021 11:13:54 am
      No Keith, the Brown1 who clearly is not a Liverpool fan, but attempts (poorly) to masquerade as one.
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      Re: Liverpool 2-2 Manchester City: In game and Post Match discussion
      Reply #827: Oct 05, 2021 11:15:39 am
      Milner was very lucky to not get a second yellow card - he should have been sent off


      Silva -  no idea about his foul but not every foul means a yellow card


      mane goal - it was a quick break ,

      We very much got a home ref and the rub of the green - they also prob should have got a penalty as well with Milner bringing down Foden


      And in regards Foden - what a player he is
      I was at the match and pretty much agree with all the above
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      Re: Liverpool 2-2 Manchester City: In game and Post Match discussion
      Reply #828: Oct 05, 2021 11:37:15 am
      Milner was lucky not to get booked, but these things happen every week in football matches all of the world at every level for every team.

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      Reply #829: Oct 05, 2021 12:10:39 pm
      You haven’t answered my original question yet it’s irrelevant where I live it doesn’t mean I support my team less if I’m outside of Liverpool. Perfectly aware  of the magnitude of the occasion and this being the biggest fixture of the round. It does still not address why the same incident by a City player isn’t even mentioned by the media. Very rich of you to be scrutinizing this particular decision when Pogba should have seen a straight red against Wolves yet nothing happened and your lot went on to score. I’m sure your rose tinted glasses were firmly affixed.

      Was the original question when a similar incedent happen with a city player? If it was I don't know what ref watch said as I didn't watch it all. Not for a second saying because I don't think you live in England you don't support your team any less than someone who lives outside the ground, that would be silly.

      I would always scrutinise any decision if I thought it was wrong and not just because it's Liverpool, granted because of the rivalry we always look into it in more dept. More than happy to give a opinion on the city incerdent if anyone can post a clip of it.

      One thing I don't do ( like many do on here ) is wear rose tints. Trust me a spades a spade in that department.   

      Ps.. Quite a few Liverpool fans have already stated ( like myself ) that Milner was a very lucky boy which he was most certainly. It isn't out of place even for a manc to say he should of been sent off be it another yellow or red.
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      Re: Liverpool 2-2 Manchester City: In game and Post Match discussion
      Reply #830: Oct 05, 2021 12:35:57 pm
      Was the original question when a similar incedent happen with a city player? If it was I don't know what ref watch said as I didn't watch it all. Not for a second saying because I don't think you live in England you don't support your team any less than someone who lives outside the ground, that would be silly.

      I would always scrutinise any decision if I thought it was wrong and not just because it's Liverpool, granted because of the rivalry we always look into it in more dept. More than happy to give a opinion on the city incerdent if anyone can post a clip of it.

      One thing I don't do ( like many do on here ) is wear rose tints. Trust me a spades a spade in that department.   

      Ps.. Quite a few Liverpool fans have already stated ( like myself ) that Milner was a very lucky boy which he was most certainly. It isn't out of place even for a manc to say he should of been sent off be it another yellow or red.

      Not going to bother digging up the clip for you plenty flying on social media if the Silva tackle. Haha you say you don’t wear rose tinted glasses yet completely ignore to comment on the Pogba vs Wolves incident.
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      Reply #831: Oct 05, 2021 01:22:47 pm
      Not going to bother digging up the clip for you plenty flying on social media if the Silva tackle. Haha you say you don’t wear rose tinted glasses yet completely ignore to comment on the Pogba vs Wolves incident.

      Just point me right direction and I'll look myself. Didn't mention  Pogba because it was totally off topic. However, I'll more than welcome comment now. He was a very lucky boy just as Milner was. If that's wearing rose tints not much else I can say.
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      Re: Liverpool 2-2 Manchester City: In game and Post Match discussion
      Reply #832: Oct 05, 2021 01:54:50 pm
      I seem to recall that Henderson shoved the player and the foul was called for that. Therefore the Milner incident was irrelevant.
      Just like when VVD was crippled by an assault which was deemed irrelevant because there was an offside incident 2 seconds earlier.
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      Re: Liverpool 2-2 Manchester City: In game and Post Match discussion
      Reply #833: Oct 05, 2021 01:55:25 pm

      Don’t get my hopes up…..
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      Re: Liverpool 2-2 Manchester City: In game and Post Match discussion
      Reply #834: Oct 05, 2021 02:01:37 pm

      You posted your £20 to charity  :f_whistle:
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      Re: Liverpool 2-2 Manchester City: In game and Post Match discussion
      Reply #835: Oct 05, 2021 05:42:33 pm
      Millie got away with one on Sunday no doubt about it. You can bet your mortgage that another ref later in the season will make sure he doesn't get away with it and send him off.  Then the tossers on Sky can regurgitate Sunday's incidents and look all smug that they helped get Millie sent off.
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      Re: Liverpool 2-2 Manchester City: In game and Post Match discussion
      Reply #836: Oct 05, 2021 08:44:07 pm

      Are you saying Milner didn't kick the Ball? He clearly knocked it away from Silva!
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      Re: Liverpool 2-2 Manchester City: In game and Post Match discussion
      Reply #837: Oct 05, 2021 09:07:23 pm
      Are you saying Milner didn't kick the Ball? He clearly knocked it away from Silva!

      He really didn't
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      Re: Liverpool 2-2 Manchester City: In game and Post Match discussion
      Reply #838: Oct 05, 2021 09:11:42 pm
      I'm not even getting into it if you think he touched the ball fair play to you
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      Reply #839: Oct 05, 2021 09:16:45 pm
      I'm not even getting into it if you think he touched the ball fair play to you

      Actually you're right, the rat knocked it to the side, and it looked like Milner touched it, but it really looks like Milner had directed the ball.
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      Re: Liverpool 2-2 Manchester City: In game and Post Match discussion
      Reply #840: Oct 06, 2021 12:38:45 pm
      Actually you're right, the rat knocked it to the side, and it looked like Milner touched it, but it really looks like Milner had directed the ball.
      Time for a lie-down, Orchard  ;D
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      Re: Liverpool 2-2 Manchester City: In game and Post Match discussion
      Reply #841: Oct 07, 2021 08:39:10 pm
      Quote from GERNS
      I seem to recall that Henderson shoved the player and the foul was called for that. Therefore the Milner incident was irrelevant.
      Just like when VVD was crippled by an assault which was deemed irrelevant because there was an offside incident 2 seconds earlier.

      If the foul was given against Milner, a yellow would have been given. It wasn't given against him, therefore the yellow wasn't given. It's not rocket science.

      What is crazy is mancs allowed to turn up here to tell us what to do again. In this case it's ordering our American fans to watch Ref Watch at (what is to them) 6.30am on a Monday morning. Firstly they don't know what it is, secondly they have no access to it anyway, and thirdly regarding the old betting orders, they will never spend a pound note on anything where they are either.
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