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Pep only warned...

alexv

Well-Known Member
#1
So the FA decide to only warn Guardiola after he was screaming at the fourth official and throwing his scarf around. At grassroots, we’re told to report any poor behaviour and the manager should be punished, yet the best get away with it. What do you all think?
 

JamesL

RefChat Addict
#5
Don't worry it is all part of the Man City conspiracy:). On a serious note Mourinho would have been in the stands faster than you can say jackio robinsonio
Not that it should matter in that scenario but Mourinho has a much longer rap sheet. Therefore his punishments are always more severe by virtue of repeat offending.
 

Yampy

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#7
Not that it should matter in that scenario but Mourinho has a much longer rap sheet. Therefore his punishments are always more severe by virtue of repeat offending.
To be fair, Mourinho has been around a lot longer than Pep, specially in the Premier League. His rap sheet has had more time to develop.
 

Sheffields Finest

Maybe I'm foolish, maybe I'm blind!
#9
Most of the top managers are serial whinging offenders. When I look at some of others though, Roy, Howe, Hughton, even my own Wilder I don’t see a fraction of the issues that have been enacted on us on a weekly basis
 

QuaverRef

I used to be indecisive but now i'm not so sure
#10
There isn’t consistency and it’s annoying. Wenger kicks a bottle, touchline ban. Emery does it, hits a fan, gets a fine and a warning. Mourinho has previously been sent to the stands for this and got a touchline ban. Pep gets a warning and a finger shake at the side of the pitch. They should just use the carding system being used in the EFL
 

QuaverRef

I used to be indecisive but now i'm not so sure
#14
Yes. You accept ppl making mistakes. But not learning from one's mistakes is not acceptable.
and yet we allow players who are continuously booked for dissent to just get a yellow each time with no harsher punishment over time.
 

one

RefChat Addict
#16
and yet we allow players who are continuously booked for dissent to just get a yellow each time with no harsher punishment over time.
the issues around managing dissent has its own topic.

But note a second (repeat) caution in a game is a harsher punishment. Also note 5 yellows lead to a one game suspension. It's all about punishing repeat offenders. I do take your point of it not being consistant enough.
 

Ben448844

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#20
Pep should've been sent from the FOP, no debate really. It's rare that he loses his rag like that but he can't behave in that manner and just be told to stop it. If Klipp then did the same then the ref could not really send him from the FOP either and we'd have a huge drama on the sidelines. I love Pep for what he's done for the good guys in Manchester but he should've been sent off
 
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