If yesterday was a "mistake" then it should of been rectified instantly. As soon as Darren England sees that the match is restarting with a free-kick and not a kick off due to a goal then he should have been on the mic to Hooper saying "Si, sorry lad, I've made a mistake. There's nothing wrong with the goal, it was clearly onside. Award the goal." Would of made them look like tits for not getting it right first time round but at least we could accept it was a "mistake".
And if it was a "mistake" then the authorities should have put that message out instantly as well, not wait until the end of the game. But if they had said it at half time then they wouldn't have much leeway in whatever "mistakes" they were going to make in the second half to ensure we still didn't win.
It was blatant F***ing cheating. Whether it's come from the FA, the Premier League or the officials themselves had decided nah not today Reds. They weren't human errors, they weren't mistakes, they were blatantly cheating.
But F**k it, no point getting woun up by it because nothing is gonna come of it. All we'll get is that pathetic "sorry" statement from the PGMOL. And if we, as a club, do kick up a fuss then all it does is give them more ammunition to cheat us in the future.