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Discussion in 'Premier League Match Threads' started by miss_lfc, Oct 28, 2020.
Football doesn't work like that
Odd post considering City struggled to finish off Sheff today and couldn't even beat West Ham.
And our biggest problem was grinding out wins against teams lower down the table, not beating closer rivals.
Indeed. It was the draws or defeats to teams like Stoke, Sunderland, Palace etc that always cost them on title charges, not really results against the bigger sides.
Moyes, why are you like this?
As did spurs the week before didn’t they ?
He knows you knew he knew, as I knew
Sounds like wasnt a great game for pool but still got the win, thats a good omen.
He's boss mate thanks for letting us have him
Great start by him, he can be streaky so if he figures that consistency out the fee will be a snip. Hes definitely a Klopp player how he presses and causes mistakes high up. There was an article in the Echo this week about how it all came about. Klopps assistant pushed for it.
Yeh well if the refs keep being that generous to them its a good omen.
Gotta be a joke. Should be two points better of than we are if the refs weren't corrupt.
You can't honestly think that was a pen? You could see Salah's brain working to calculate the dive the reaction was that delayed.
Soft but he got kicked one of those if it's against you you'd be fuming but if you don't get it then you'd be equally fuming.
You can't honestly think it wasnt?!
I don’t know what to think!
I think you do
I think a literal flower would not have fallen over with that minimal amount of contact, I doubt a cat being brushed so gently would have even moved, so there is zero excuses for an athletic human being like Salah should have fallen over let alone go down like he was shot.
It was a dive, its amongst a catalogue of terribly soft penalties been given this season and it needs to stop. Players should be carded for that as its pure simulation.