No one is a match for his two masters degrees
- May 7, 2012
- turn your world upside down
Yep it's true.It's just the mental gymnastics people use to defend their point of view; the same thing happens with people defending José/Ole or castigating Rashford
This is the type of thing VAR is good for.
If only VAR was consistent.No malicious intent, but it’s a horror challenge. Straight sending off all the way. Great use of VAR.
He wasn't even really looking. It looked bad and it was a bad impact but there was no intent to do him in my opinionIt’s a red. It was a badly-timed tackle. The ban is enough. Judging his personality on the basis of a bad tackle is weird. Professional football is fast. These things happen. Not a lot more to it than that, really.
In a forum where some of the fans couldn't care shit about our own Dan James being torn apart every game, I wouldn't bank on people being too touched about other players being wrecked.Would people be treating Aubamayang as badly as they treat the likes of Shawcross or any other player who mistimed/misjudged a tackle? I'm not saying Shawcross and co didn't have a history of being 'tough' tacklers but that was their job to be hard on opponents - but only an idiot would suggest he went in to break Ramsey's legs. If they do, then they should be saying the same for this.
Not for all rejected appeals.Don't they extend the ban for 1 match if the appeal was rejected?