Sian Massey gets smashed

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    Silva Sticky tip

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    The more I see it, the more intentional it looks. What a cuntish thing to do.
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    Zen86 Full Member

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    Looks very intentional, expecially the fact he just fecked off and didn't apologise.
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    Randall Flagg Worst of the best

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    Doubt it was intentional, but he could have at least helped her up or made some kind of apologetic gesture
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    Randall Flagg Worst of the best

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    Also I assume you meant to mislead me with this thread title? I clicked on it so fast...
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    Drainy Full Member

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    that looked intentional, accelerated into her there..
    Utter bellend.
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    Ekeke Full Member

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    Intentional. Complete wanker. Much credit to her for getting up and on with it instead of doing a Di Maria and rolling about
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    Stobzilla Official Team Perv

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    How intentional do you want it to be, why would you accelerate and put your arms in front of you whilst running past a ball that is out of play ?
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    Randall Flagg Worst of the best

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    mmm looking at it again I dont know.

    Does Kevin McNaughton have history of woman beating?
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    Stobzilla Official Team Perv

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    And the change of direction as well ? :lol: oh what a cnut. Lucky she has a smile about it otherwise he'd be banned for a long fecking time.
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    Did Sian Massey not hear about the #movement that is #stayonyourfeet ?!
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    PhilipB Too soft for Dublin

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    Of course it was intentional he fecking changed direction just to hit her but wtf why? Andy Gray's illegitimate son?
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    Was he not going after the ball after it cannoned off the defender and stayed in play?
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    To be fair he looked like he was trying to run onto the ball, either way proper cuntish to not even apologise or check on her.
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    Doesn't look intentional, he touched the ball round the defender and was trying to get around the defender to get to the ball before it went out.
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    Crustanoid Full Member

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    If it had been Evra.....
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    Good point, but still he could of apologized which makes it all the more suspicious.
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    Starkie_1 Full Member

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    fecking hell. It was 'intentional'? You lot are deluded as feck.

    The quick change of direction was so he didn't go hurtling off the turf at full pelt in studs onto the hard surface surrounding the pitch as the ball was still in. He didn't even look up.
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    rednev God Save My Gracious Queen

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    I doubt it was intentional, but what a cnut. Why would you not apologise/offer your hand to help her up? What's wrong with him?
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    I can't see why it would be intentional, there's no logic to it, but that isn't enough to dismiss it. However, it looks like he's trying to follow the ball and keep it in play before running out for a goal kick, but due to the defender being so close to the line, he tries to run around him, but fails to cut back in once he looses his footing, leaving him on a collision course with Massey.

    Whether that's the case or not, he should have apologized or at least helped her, as you would anyone you just steamrolled to the ground.
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    Raven Blade Dull

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    The least he could do was apologise. He's a twat for just jogging away like nothing happened.
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    Really doesn't do himself any favours by not picking her up or at least apologising
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    TheGame Full Member

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    He looked like he changed direction to bump straight into her.
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    She got up pretty quick and didn't seem that hurt also if you look closely he does extend a hand as if to say sorry.

    As for people asking why he didn't take the time to help her up probably a mixture of adrenaline and wanting to get back into position ASAP.

    Not really sure any of that makes him a cnut.
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    What this says to me: If an eight stone girl can pop right up after being barged over like that, all those footballers diving around clutching assorted body parts after their shins get grazed are play-acting fannies.
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    Gio Full Member

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    It's not intentional and in all frankness she got in his way. I can understand why he doesn't help her up given he as a right-back is now fifty yards out of position.
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    kietotheworld Banned

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    He was chasing the ball, there's no reason to assume it was intentional. As for why he didn't apologise, they were 3-0 down in a massive game, he was probably a tad pissed off at the time.
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    LARulz Full Member

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    Deliberate for sure. He changed direction and accelerated and then didn't even apologise. She blatantly rejected him earlier that day.
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    People want women to be treated as equals in the game, well guess what? Male linesman have always been smashed into by players and guess what? Not all of the players who have done it have apologised.

    If this was any of the male linesmen it would be seen as piss funny and have :lol: gifs all over the shop.
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    Men and women are equals but different.

    Them being equals doesn't mean we start treating women the exact same way we do men.
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    Devil may care Full Member

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    Looked deliberate to me and he didn't even help her up.
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    Starkie_1 Full Member

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    So if you're playing in a team losing 3-0 at home in a huge game in terms of possible promotion the Premier League, obviously fired up and pissed off with the situation then happen to run into a linesman/woman who's in your way of a ball you've ran 20yards to keep in....... You would forget all emotion, instantly think about the fact the lino is a woman and carry out your actions differently?
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    Wonder Pigeon 'Shelbourne FC Supporter'

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    Yeah lads, no way was that intentional but he could have helped her up or apologised.
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    Not sure if serious...
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    The change in direction is very odd to say the least.

    Either way, tosser for just running off.
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    It wasn't intentional - the ball looked like it was still in play, he was trying to run after it you idiots...

    And he probably didn't apologise because he's in the middle of football match and the official just got in his way (from his POV). You don't see players apologising for the ref getting in their way (no it's not quite the same but probably just as frustrating/embarrassing for the player).

    And then there's the likelihood that not even half of you would be up in arms had the lino had been male...
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    If it was a male lines man, the player would have at least asked if he's alright or shaken his hand, or something. The fact he didn't say sorry or give a hand, and just ran back, seems quite suspect to me. Absolute cnut!
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    Seriously, I don't understand how you lot think you can just accuse someone of intentionally harming a (female) official, completely disregarding probability and the evidence in front of you.

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