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  1. Think thats a penalty on Shaw, but that last tackle on Ronaldo shoukd have been one as well.
  2. Friday 17th September, 2021 Newcastle 1-2 Leeds, 20.00 Saturday 18th September, 2021 Wolves 1-0 Brentford, 12.30 Burnley 1-1 Arsenal Liverpool 3-0 Crystal Palace Man City 3-0 Southampton Norwich 0-0 Watford Aston Villa 1-1 Everton, 17.30 Sunday 19th September, 2021 Brighton 1-2 Leicester, 14.00 West Ham 1-2 Man Utd, 14.00 Tottenham 1-1 Chelsea, 16.30
  3. Can't figure out who he was passing to, it was no where near De Gea and if it was supposed to be to one of the defenders on that side, they would have been under pressure from the Young Boy's attackers. With 30 seconds left he should have just hooved it out of bounds. You have to wonder if you are used to playing in one colour and the team you are playing are wearing that colour, does it cause problems. I can't remember West Ham playing in yellow , but with so many different jerseys who knows. Maybe Lingard is a little colur blind?
  4. Saturday 11th September, 2021 Crystal Palace 0-2 Tottenham, 12.30 Arsenal 2-0 Norwich Brentford 2-1 Brighton Leicester 1-3 Man City Man Utd 4-0 Newcastle Southampton 1-1 West Ham Watford 1-1 Wolves Chelsea 2-0 Aston Villa, 17.30 Sunday 12th September, 2021 Leeds 1-2 Liverpool, 16.30 Monday 13th September, 2021 Everton 2-1 Burnley, 20.00
  5. Could be Real, they will now get Mbappe on a free so they could use that money for Haaland.
  6. I suspect Haaland ends up where ever him and his entourage get the most money.
  7. Surely this myth has been completely debunked especially by Haarlands own words. I want to make it clear that it was not the knee that took a knock in the Manchester derby, despite what some papers have reported. It's my left knee that's been bothering me and it was clearly shown on Sky that it was my right knee that took the knock. It's been bothering me for three months. Also wasn't a lawsuit against Keane by City and Haarland for loss of income denied? Haaland finished that game (the incident happened in minute 86), played 45 minutes four days later for Norway in a friendly, then three more days later he did 68 minutes against West Ham. Not bad for a player whose career had been meant to end a week ago at Old Trafford. The following season Haaland retired aged just 30 following a few more games with City. He retired because of incessant injury woes with his left knee, something Roy Keane didn't influence whatsoever – the tackle went on Haaland's right leg. Can't see Haarland Jr hating United for the tackle when his father admits it didn't have anything to do with his early retirement.
  8. Are Chelsea going to pay his full wages? I have heard he's on €300,000 a week.
  9. Why would two English teams deal in Euros? Hearing £25m plus add ons
  10. Latest rumour is Everton has just offered £40m, surely that can't be true.
  11. Did Marina Granovskaia leave Chelsea and come work for United.
  12. I have never been a fan, I would scrap the whole thing.
  13. I know it's not the criteria, but I think it should be. Living in North America, I watch some of the sports here and all sports have some version of VAR . They seem to give a lot more say to the refs original decision and don't overturn them that much if the ref has a clear view of the play. VAR never asked Dean to review his decision, I believe. So they must have agreed with his call.
  14. Personally I thought it was a foul because Pogba's foot went over the top of the ball into Neves. I still think it's a foul if there is little or no contact and he only caught the shin pad and not Neves' leg, because the intent is there. However, Mike Dean who had the best view and whose opinion counts the most didn't think it was a foul. I just don't think VAR should be over ruling a decision that a ref sees clearly and is adamant he nade the right call. You undermind the refs authority if you do and it makes it harder for him to control the game because the players will be questioning every decision.
  15. Mike Dean was right on the spot, saw the tackle clearly and in conversation with VAR officials acknowledged that he saw the play clearly and while there was contact it was not a foul. Since Dean saw the play clearly and believed he made the right decision, that should be the end if it. VAR should only come into play if the ref doesn't see the play or his view is blocked and he is not 100% sure of the decision.
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