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 Post subject: Re: FA Cup 2018/19
PostPosted: Fri Feb 22, 2019 12:18 pm 
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Millwall have closed a section of The Den to deal with problematic fans.


https://www.dailymail.co.uk/sport/sport ... clash.html


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Millwall charged by FA after alleged racist chanting during FA Cup tie with Everton

https://www.telegraph.co.uk/football/20 ... e-everton/


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 Post subject: Re: FA Cup 2018/19
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ozzie owl wrote:
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Millwall have closed a section of The Den to deal with problematic fans.


https://www.dailymail.co.uk/sport/sport ... clash.html


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Millwall charged by FA after alleged racist chanting during FA Cup tie with Everton

https://www.telegraph.co.uk/football/20 ... e-everton/



So whats the punishment??


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 Post subject: Re: FA Cup 2018/19
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You have to be found guilty before they can punish you?

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 Post subject: Re: FA Cup 2018/19
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You have to be found guilty before they can punish you?



No, You don't!


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 Post subject: Re: FA Cup 2018/19
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Michael wrote:
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You have to be found guilty before they can punish you?



No, You don't!


Please show me an example of when the FA have punished a club before they were found guilty.

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 Post subject: Re: FA Cup 2018/19
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God is an Englishman wrote:
Please show me an example of when the FA have punished a club before they were found guilty.


You often say rangers were not guilty when they were relegated to the Scottish third division. So were they guilty or were they not punished?

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 Post subject: Re: FA Cup 2018/19
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Hanai Miri wrote:
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Please show me an example of when the FA have punished a club before they were found guilty.


You often say rangers were not guilty when they were relegated to the Scottish third division. So were they guilty or were they not punished?


I will help him on this.

Rangers is not The FA
What he thinks and what the authorities decide is not the same.


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 Post subject: Re: FA Cup 2018/19
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Hanai Miri wrote:
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Please show me an example of when the FA have punished a club before they were found guilty.


You often say rangers were not guilty when they were relegated to the Scottish third division. So were they guilty or were they not punished?


I will help him on this.

Rangers is not The FA
What he thinks and what the authorities decide is not the same.


What he said

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 Post subject: Re: FA Cup 2018/19
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It's an FA.

So were they guiilty or not punished?


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 Post subject: Re: FA Cup 2018/19
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It's an FA.

So were they guiilty or not punished?


An FA, and nothing to do with the country being discussed.

However, they were found guilty and they were punished.

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Man City - talk about getting the rub of the green lately.

How is it that VAR allowed at some grounds, not at others? So much for level playing fields.....

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20 seconds from another trip to Wembley.

On the plus side, man city would have been embarrassing.

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 Post subject: Re: FA Cup 2018/19
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Bomber wrote:
Man City - talk about getting the rub of the green lately.

How is it that VAR allowed at some grounds, not at others? So much for level playing fields.....


Because the PL will have it from next season, all those grounds have been cleared by the FA and set up for its use, but Swansea would have had to apply seperately which they chose not to do.

Given some of the decisions Liverpool have been the beneficiary of this season, it’s a bit rich to be complaining :wink:

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 Post subject: Re: FA Cup 2018/19
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Nice One Cyril wrote:
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Man City - talk about getting the rub of the green lately.

How is it that VAR allowed at some grounds, not at others? So much for level playing fields.....


Because the PL will have it from next season, all those grounds have been cleared by the FA and set up for its use, but Swansea would have had to apply seperately which they chose not to do.

Given some of the decisions Liverpool have been the beneficiary of this season, it’s a bit rich to be complaining :wink:


Will you please stay on topic. This is about the FA Cup!! :P

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 Post subject: Re: FA Cup 2018/19
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Millwall fans in trouble again at Everton - that's twice this season at least.
What did you say about Blackpool fans being the worst. :oops:

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 Post subject: Re: FA Cup 2018/19
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Old Master wrote:
Millwall fans in trouble again at Everton - that's twice this season at least.
What did you say about Blackpool fans being the worst. :oops:



Not heard this one, what have Millwall done at Everton?

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 Post subject: Re: FA Cup 2018/19
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Nice One Cyril wrote:
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Man City - talk about getting the rub of the green lately.

How is it that VAR allowed at some grounds, not at others? So much for level playing fields.....


Because the PL will have it from next season, all those grounds have been cleared by the FA and set up for its use, but Swansea would have had to apply seperately which they chose not to do.

Given some of the decisions Liverpool have been the beneficiary of this season, it’s a bit rich to be complaining :wink:


If the game was last season they would have had VAR there. The lack of VAR could have helped Swansea as much as it did city of course!
back to Liverpool Cyril, why didn’t Salah get a penalty v Bayern? Was it because he stayed on his feet?


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I liked being on top wrote:
Nice One Cyril wrote:
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Man City - talk about getting the rub of the green lately.

How is it that VAR allowed at some grounds, not at others? So much for level playing fields.....


Because the PL will have it from next season, all those grounds have been cleared by the FA and set up for its use, but Swansea would have had to apply seperately which they chose not to do.

Given some of the decisions Liverpool have been the beneficiary of this season, it’s a bit rich to be complaining :wink:


If the game was last season they would have had VAR there. The lack of VAR could have helped Swansea as much as it did city of course!
back to Liverpool Cyril, why didn’t Salah get a penalty v Bayern? Was it because he stayed on his feet?

If my auntie had bollocks she’d be my uncle.

Salah’s a diver, can’t wait to fall over when he’s in the box, but I agree that officials don’t help when they don’t give obvious penalties, it just encourages players to simulate and exaggerate contact.

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 Post subject: Re: FA Cup 2018/19
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Nice One Cyril wrote:
If my auntie had bollocks she’d be my uncle.

Salah’s a diver, can’t wait to fall over when he’s in the box, but I agree that officials don’t help when they don’t give obvious penalties, it just encourages players to simulate and exaggerate contact.



Yet he has never been booked for simulation unlike someone from Spurs.....just saying. He makes the most of being fouled to ensure refs don’t miss it. Massive difference to being a tool like those who are booked. Suarez certainly dived - but he isn’t a lfc later, so I am happy to cricticise him now!

For the record, I wish players didn’t ‘buy’ penalties and I think VAR will stop it fouls are still given when players do stay vertical. Like Salah v Bayern.


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 Post subject: Re: FA Cup 2018/19
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I liked being on top wrote:
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If my auntie had bollocks she’d be my uncle.

Salah’s a diver, can’t wait to fall over when he’s in the box, but I agree that officials don’t help when they don’t give obvious penalties, it just encourages players to simulate and exaggerate contact.



Yet he has never been booked for simulation unlike someone from Spurs.....just saying. He makes the most of being fouled to ensure refs don’t miss it. Massive difference to being a tool like those who are booked. Suarez certainly dived - but he isn’t a lfc later, so I am happy to cricticise him now!

For the record, I wish players didn’t ‘buy’ penalties and I think VAR will stop it fouls are still given when players do stay vertical. Like Salah v Bayern.


20 teams in the EPL and only one has no divers :wink:


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Hanai Miri wrote:
God is an Englishman wrote:
Please show me an example of when the FA have punished a club before they were found guilty.


You often say rangers were not guilty when they were relegated to the Scottish third division. So were they guilty or were they not punished?


I will help him on this.

Rangers is not The FA
What he thinks and what the authorities decide is not the same.



the scottish FA is run by tims/catholics. first chance they got and they were in. talk about cutting their noses to spite their faces. nuff said. :roll:


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ozzie owl wrote:
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If my auntie had bollocks she’d be my uncle.

Salah’s a diver, can’t wait to fall over when he’s in the box, but I agree that officials don’t help when they don’t give obvious penalties, it just encourages players to simulate and exaggerate contact.



Yet he has never been booked for simulation unlike someone from Spurs.....just saying. He makes the most of being fouled to ensure refs don’t miss it. Massive difference to being a tool like those who are booked. Suarez certainly dived - but he isn’t a lfc later, so I am happy to cricticise him now!

For the record, I wish players didn’t ‘buy’ penalties and I think VAR will stop it fouls are still given when players do stay vertical. Like Salah v Bayern.


20 teams in the EPL and only one has no divers :wink:


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God is an Englishman wrote:
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Millwall fans in trouble again at Everton - that's twice this season at least.
What did you say about Blackpool fans being the worst. :oops:



Not heard this one, what have Millwall done at Everton?



selective hearing. :?: why does this not surprise me. :wink:


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THE ORAKLE wrote:
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Millwall fans in trouble again at Everton - that's twice this season at least.
What did you say about Blackpool fans being the worst. :oops:



Not heard this one, what have Millwall done at Everton?



selective hearing. :?: why does this not surprise me. :wink:


Or it's been made up. I'm sure if it isn't just made up then I'm sure he can provide a link to it.

However, I know for a fact that Millwall have not had any issues at Everton this year. OM's either an idiot or he's lying.

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all I know about OM is that he lived in blackpool. I assume you lived around Clapham common and I came from Manchester. 8)


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THE ORAKLE wrote:
all I know about OM is that he lived in blackpool. I assume you lived around Clapham common and I came from Manchester. 8)

GIAE comes from Gillingham :wink:

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Nice One Cyril wrote:
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all I know about OM is that he lived in blackpool. I assume you lived around Clapham common and I came from Manchester. 8)

GIAE comes from Gillingham :wink:


Royal Tunbridge Wells I believe.


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THE ORAKLE wrote:
all I know about OM is that he lived in blackpool. I assume you lived around Clapham common and I came from Manchester. 8)


Clapham Common would be Chelsea.

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Nice One Cyril wrote:
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all I know about OM is that he lived in blackpool. I assume you lived around Clapham common and I came from Manchester. 8)

GIAE comes from Gillingham :wink:


Oh, there's limits to personal abuse.

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Nice One Cyril wrote:
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all I know about OM is that he lived in blackpool. I assume you lived around Clapham common and I came from Manchester. 8)

GIAE comes from Gillingham :wink:


Royal Tunbridge Wells I believe.



Lived there, not from there.

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