Also went after Fernandes. The cnut.Andy Carroll first went after Eriksen and then Casemiro. Casemiro was able to jump. Looking at both tackles, I have no doubt at all that Carroll's intent was to injure them both. He doesn't have a chance to reach the ball in any of the situations and he tackles with full strength and his whole body weight. It's against the 2 players who have changed United's midfield, and it makes sense to go after exactly those two if you're a real idiot.
They probably issue a medal for a injured player if he had some minutes in a certain competiton. Forest is 99% done but we still need to beat Newcastle which is no easy task currentlyProvided we win tonight,he had a really good chance of winning his first piece of silverware with us and he's injured
This has been exaggerated. He's fine starting games, if he gets tired in the latter stages sub him, no big deal, but his stamina is no where near as bad as some people say.People are slating Caroll waaaay too much. He's road is over, he's playing for f... Reading in a lower league and he has a go at one of our players? Arsenal can make a really big case against their players too. Ive seen worse tackles against our players in Europe like the one that should have ended Shaw's career. The way Shaw's teammates conducted themselves after that was appaling. No spine. We lost that one 1 2 against PSV and didnt deserve any better. In reality Eriksen is a great signing but he just doesnt have the engine for 90 minutes anymore and its plain to see. He is a AFM maestro who is useful in a good setup (30 to 60 minutes). I imagine SAF would have used him much better the way he used players like Larson, Sheringham or Ole. But thats just my opinion
This whole arguement about a player can get injured at any time, so they can play all the time just doesn't make sense. This is because it ignores simple probability.Great, I assume your crystal ball tells you which games our best players will be injured in so we can avoid them then?
Its crazy when you realise VAR can spend 5+ minutes deciding if a player is 1 pixel offside, but a full force tackle from behind nowhere near the ball is deemed not worth looking at! fecking useless!The most shocking thing is that a tackle resulting in a 3-month injury was not deemed a yellow card-worthy
also ref had a clear view on that tackle. Beyond me how it went unpunishedIts crazy when you realise VAR can spend 5+ minutes deciding if a player is 1 pixel offside, but a full force tackle from behind nowhere near the ball is deemed not worth looking at! fecking useless!
Its not about hear say its about what I see on the pitch and he gets gassed and he cant influence the game anymore. Worst case scenario its just 30 min but I think it would do him a world of goodThis has been exaggerated. He's fine starting games, if he gets tired in the latter stages sub him, no big deal, but his stamina is no where near as bad as some people say.