I forgot to post this at the time but it just popped back into my head when I realised Jiminez is still injured.
Why are you allowed to launch yourself head first into an opponent's head and put them in a hospital bed?
With any other part of your body we're all agreeing this is a red card.
BBC News - Bournemouth: Cherries ask Premier League to investigate alleged comments made by official
Amazed at the hypocrisy of this.
How can ANY team have a moan when the ref gives them a bit of stick?
So I won't be allowed to register next year without attending a Safeguard Training course... fine.
The course fee is £25.
I can't help but feel the FA should be picking up the tab for this. With the money in the game I'm astonished actually.
I already pay (too much) for registration every year...
GK tackle on Barnes.
Free kick and a YC anywhere else on pitch.
In fairness it is consistent with standard EPL practise which is Once you get your shot off ANYTHING goes!
Can anyone recall an EPL pen given for a foul after a shot?
I finally found the IDIOT that makes every team in my county think saying "leave it" is an offence.
I thought he was a myth!!
He gave free kicks on occasions players were telling their team mates to leave it without an opposition player within 20 yards! Painful to watch.
Didn't caution for any...
Although all criticism of all refs is forbidden according to some on here, here goes...
That handball call is bad enough, to caution for it is just an awful, awful shout.
ALL handballs are cautions now apparently!!
Anthony Taylor is not having the best day.
Reckon he's failed to caution six reckless challenges and both teams should be town to 10. Everything else has been fine but his has been far too leniant with the cards.
For anyone that doesn't know I've gone back to playing whilst I still can.
I've got to see a lot more referees this way and one thing I now understand is why my card count was so high when I used to ref on this league.
I was cleaning up after other referees failed to do their job.
This is from 2013 but popped up on my YouTube suggestions and I'd never seen it before:
Obviously I'm gonna disagree with any foul here cos, as you can see him telling the ref, he got the ball...
All joking aside, what a dirty b***ard. Any Preston fans on here?
Anyone see this in the 18 minute?
Referee appeared to order a retake after the wolves attacker closed down the defender who had received the short goal kick, but in doing so cut through the penalty area to get to him, before the ball was in play.
I'm fairly confident this is not an offence
I prob wouldn't dare post this on my FB but despite them being lauded as heroes by the press does anyone else think we were a bit......crap?
Don't get me wrong I lost my **** when we won that shoot-out, what a moment, but that game should have been put to bed an hour earlier.