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G STAR RAM

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  1. Live games 2017/18

    It's not confined to just the Premier League. We have a couple of players ourself, Keogh and Huddlestone, who like to get in.the refs face.
  2. Live games 2017/18

    Having watched again he wasn't held back, the player leaned into him. If every time a player touches an opponent is a foul we will have some very long games. Another matter of opinion, not sure why ref would need to ask for VAR if he thinks he had a clear view of what happened.
  3. Live games 2017/18

    The Willian one very close call. Morata one is never a penalty, blatant dive.
  4. Live games 2017/18

    The commentators are a joke. Typical Premier League team puppeteers. 'Morata was well within his rights to go down'. Why? If someone pulls you back it doesn't make you fall forward like that. It was a clear dive. Well played ref.
  5. Live games 2017/18

    Thought he overran the ball, skipped the challenge and went down when he realised he couldn't get it. Didn't see any clear contact. Haven't got my goggles on so could be talking complete rubbish 😂
  6. Live games 2017/18

    Was a tough call which was not clear cut. VAR should not be used where it is a matter of opinion. And in any case doesn't the referee have to refer it to them? I actually think ref got it right yet the pundits certain it was a penalty.
  7. The not invincible Man City discussion

    They have a bigger wage budget due to larger income? Isn't a large chunk of their income from their owners other business interests? No club can justify spending £45m on players whilst their fans are charged ridiculous prices for tickets and merchandise. And also whilst other teams in the league pyramid are going bust.
  8. The not invincible Man City discussion

    They have owners with no attachment to the club who bought it as a train set and to boost their ego. They have been a major part of seeing transfer fees reaching ridiculous levels. They have been a major part of seeing wage levels reaching ridiculous levels. Now of course all of this does not matter to them because they are an endless pot of money but the knock on effect really hurts the lower league clubs. They are far from being the only ones but seeing them referred to as 'good for football' made me sick in my mouth.
  9. The not invincible Man City discussion

    Man City and good for football in the same sentence? 😂 Their owners and the club epitomise everything that has gone wrong with football and make die hard fans lose interest in football.
  10. Chris Martin

    I'm interested to know what our board of directors do with Rowett apparently running the club from top to bottom?
  11. Jerome's a good player....

    Thanks for the info. Good to hear. My only concern is that you've seen him play so actually have some insight into how he plays. Much prefer the opinions of people who look at his game on Wikipedia or Soccerbase and tell us how bad a signing he is.
  12. The not invincible Man City discussion

    I actually agree with Bris here, think Man City are doing the whole of football a huge favour by refusing to break their very strict and sensible wage structure that will not see anyone paid more than £220,000 per week. Big round of applause for City I say.
  13. The not invincible Man City discussion

    Or maybe after spending £225m in the summer they realise they need to reign their spending in a bit?
  14. Moan in

    Not scored this year though. It's a no from me.
  15. Carillon

    From the last set of accounts filed.. "We believe that good governance is an essential part of the way we undertake our business on a day to day basis, while maintaining effective risk management, control and accountability." Philip Green CBE Chairman Sure I've seen all of this before....
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