- Nov 13, 2017
Looks to me Aguero is trying to scare her.
You said that it was cleary not a big deal to her. Women have non-chalantly been shrugging men off for hundreds of years only to feel terrible on the inside.Just watch the video, watch his facial expression when he touches her, he is still angry with her.
Either way the rules state no touching, so he should be on a yellow or red.
Touching refs isn't a new thing; male referees have been touched before. Di Maria was sent off for it, and it was a ridiculous overblowing of the situation.I don't see Aguero touching the male sideline referees shoulders
As a United fan I'm glad, as he was, in my opinion, the glue that made a good Liverpool side great, and I'm sure over the course of the season his absence will be telling, but just for him as a player, that's really rough.There's the increased risk of him doing it in his other knee now as well. Recently happened to Zaniolo.
He'll be a big miss for them, he's the only Liverpool player I don't have to admit through gritted teeth is class. I'm not going to pretend I'm gutted they're missing him but it's not a nice injury at all.As a United fan I'm glad, as he was, in my opinion, the glue that made a good Liverpool side great, and I'm sure over the course of the season his absence will be telling, but just for him as a player, that's really rough.
that’s not what happened.Is he out for that long?
Just watched the replay there. Madness the goalie couldn't be punished for the challenge because VVD was offside
I’m all about the whiskey!that’s not what happened.
Pickford can still get a red card even if the whiskey has blown.
the ref and VAR could have taken action. They weren’t prevented from doing so because he was offside.
100% on the ref and VAR for not sending him off, not the rules.
Yep, agree completely. If it was an apology or a tap to get her attention (which is what I was expecting when people first started posting about it) it wouldn't have been any big deal. That certainly wasn't either of those things.Thing was, it wasn’t a pat on the shoulder. He reached around her neck and pulled her towards him briefly. That is a power move, not an apology.
Yeah, they're going toe-to-toe with a good City side (obviously not their PL best), which they downright couldn't have done pre-Arteta. I'm impressed with his work so far.Arsenal look like they can handle themselves. Not quite there, but they look solid and not easy to play against. Look like they could do with another creative player/goal-threat or two.
I can’t fault Pickford that much. He came out to cut down the angle, made himself big, then clattered into VVD. He had to come out with some pace, it’s unfortunate that he clattered into VVD.It can happen, but when it happens due to recklessness of another players then it stinks.