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(03-09-2017, 06:38 PM)spyro 123 Wrote: so what ronaldo dives all the time
I've tried to think whether I've ever read a more illogical post than this one. I'm struggling.
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(03-09-2017, 06:37 PM)74bus Wrote:
(03-08-2017, 10:43 PM)Baggie_Shrek Wrote:
(03-08-2017, 10:39 PM)74bus Wrote:
(03-08-2017, 10:29 PM)spyro 123 Wrote: both were penalties

First one was. Suarez dived for the second one (being 'clever', according to his mate Gerrard). Should have been sent off for two dives.

In the same situation do you think an Albion player wouldn't have gone down when the defender put his arm on him?

The first dive was poor and was punished with a card I think?
I don't buy into the 'He felt some contact and was therefore entitled to dive', nonsense.
He felt minimal contact, which wasn't enough to send him to the ground, so he threw himself to the floor.
The referee was conned in real time, but how you can think that this was a penalty, given the luxury of replays, is beyond me.

Dive

Suarez would cheat his own granny at cards.

I don't recall saying it was a penalty. I thought on first view the defender was wrong side and leaned on Suarez. It clearly wasn't after seeing a replay. But it wasn't the stupidest call to give it on one view.

Whilst Suarez has a nasty past and I've criticised that as much as anyone, I'm not sure what happened last night wouldn't have been repeated at most grounds? It will continue until they bring in video evidence to punish offenders.

The ref wasn't that bad last night. He missed stuff. He got stuff wrong. But it was madness out there on that field and he kept his head as well as anyone other than the brilliant Neymar.
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(03-09-2017, 07:24 PM)Baggie_Shrek Wrote:
(03-09-2017, 06:37 PM)74bus Wrote:
(03-08-2017, 10:43 PM)Baggie_Shrek Wrote:
(03-08-2017, 10:39 PM)74bus Wrote:
(03-08-2017, 10:29 PM)spyro 123 Wrote: both were penalties

First one was. Suarez dived for the second one (being 'clever', according to his mate Gerrard). Should have been sent off for two dives.

In the same situation do you think an Albion player wouldn't have gone down when the defender put his arm on him?

The first dive was poor and was punished with a card I think?
I don't buy into the 'He felt some contact and was therefore entitled to dive', nonsense.
He felt minimal contact, which wasn't enough to send him to the ground, so he threw himself to the floor.
The referee was conned in real time, but how you can think that this was a penalty, given the luxury of replays, is beyond me.

Dive

Suarez would cheat his own granny at cards.

I don't recall saying it was a penalty. I thought on first view the defender was wrong side and leaned on Suarez. It clearly wasn't after seeing a replay. But it wasn't the stupidest call to give it on one view.

Whilst Suarez has a nasty past and I've criticised that as much as anyone, I'm not sure what happened last night wouldn't have been repeated at most grounds? It will continue until they bring in video evidence to punish offenders.

The ref wasn't that bad last night. He missed stuff. He got stuff wrong. But it was madness out there on that field and he kept his head as well as anyone other than the brilliant Neymar.

I'm not blaming the ref at all. I thought he had a good game in very difficult circumstances.
I just can't get my head around people who, with the benefit of replays, can't see that Suarez cheated to get the penalty.
OK, lots of other players (like Ronaldo!) might well have gone down in similar circumstances, but please don't tell me that it's anything but cheating.
And by the way, not too many players would stoop as low as he did when he was booked for trying to aim his leg at the defender, dive to the ground, and then scream for a penalty.
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Unfortunately they do.
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(03-09-2017, 06:38 PM)spyro 123 Wrote: so what ronaldo dives all the time

This has zero relevance. Suarez dived. He cheated. End of story.

Ronaldo has literally nothing to do with this you fucking moron.
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