Football fans love a moan. And there is nothing quite so stubborn as a football man indignant about a decision, or even a neutral who gets carried away in a big talking point moment. Having reviewed two horror shows by clattenburg against us recently (the vardy penalty and Herrera red card versus Burnley) that now that the dust has settled firmly I feel even more vindicated in suggesting that was a referee with an agenda, it got me thinking about some others. Whether the ref was right or wrong and what the general reaction at time said about the people or teams involved. So what controversial decisions or decisions people were adamant about do you feel should be clear cut now the dust has settled. I'll get the ball rolling. The vieira red card in the 0-0 when Ruud missed. The Arsenal fans were furious about this. It riled the players up something awful and without it the entire full time goading probably wouldn't have happened. Nor the battle of the buffet and nor the revenge a year later. Speaking only about the Arsenal fans, that incident was a clear red card and it still maddens me when people say van nistelrooy "dived" or got him sent off. He made a tiny little jump away and vieira was idiotic. The hazard ball boy incident another clear red. He's hardly assaulted him and it's not the big sexy story people wanted when they heard he "kicked a ball boy", but like vieira it was idiotic and one angle shows clearly that he did kick him, a child, and had no real chance of kicking the ball. Red given all good, never became this big event, all good. What's incredible rewatching and remembering the analysis, is the commentator sympathy for him. Watching the relay and blatantly taking hazards side. To me, now that we can talk calmly about it, it's a sign of some serious hazard obsession among many media heads that I often cite examples of. Herrera red versus Burnley never in a million years a red card, an insane decision. There are many examples of dodgy penalties we got that I argued at the time were legitimate, e.g. Rooney versus arsenal. But the one that caused such furious uproar and was held up as some sort of exhibit of 'only at old Trafford' was the Gomes foul on carrick in 5-2 game. That probably caused more self righteous indignation than many decisions, but on rewatching, again, the ref got it right. And even if you still feel he didn't, it was hardly a catastrophe. Gomes messed up. So what other decisions, not just united to you feel either even more strongly about, more honest about or flat out the opposite about now you can judge them more clearly?