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Anyone seen replay?

Looked a shocking tackle and my first thought was it should have been red.

 

 

 

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Straight over the top.

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Absolute f*cking joke

 

Ref asked the 4th official who was right in front and didn’t give it

 

Two games on trot where refs have given us nowt - what a surprise when we’re stirring it up with the EFL.....

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That was such an easy decision for the ref. Absolutely beyond me how that isn’t a red card. 

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Made even worse by the fact he’d just given Harris a yellow for being pushed into a defender 

 

the very idea that those offences were of the same severity/risk is absolutely ludicrous

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Shocking tackle worthy of a red ... Palmer got sent off for flying in like that a few games ago.

 

Clear red card

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I actually expected Robinson to give Palmer a yellow for diving. 

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Just seen it again and I’m even more pissed off. Red every day of every week 

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Both Hoilett and Harris were expecting a red. 

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Unbelievable decision. Any definition of a red card and it fits - reckless, dangerous, violent conduct. Absolutely horrendous tackle. That referee deserves to never referee again after that performance. Genuinely had my blood boiling. 

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Ref bottled it.

It was Red all day long and he knew it after when Palmer went off.

 

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6 minutes ago, 2roland2 said:

Both Hoilett and Harris were expecting a red. 

 

Yep, you could tell Cardiff feared a red as half their team tried to get in the ref's ear about it.

 

Goodness knows what the 4th official told him but he should stick to putting the board up for substitutions as he hasn't got a clue what a red card tackle looks like.

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I've refereed for years and what I see week in week out at this level completely baffles me...it was out of control and endangered the player...what other consideration was there?

 

If it was Hutch...straight red.

 

Their players surrounded the ref during his thought process...we just stand there all lame and timid...why isn't Lees in the ref's face screaming for a red?

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1 minute ago, hirstyboywonder said:

 

Yep, you could tell Cardiff feared a red as half their team tried to get in the ref's ear about it.

 

Goodness knows what the 4th official told him but he should stick to putting the board up for substitutions as he hasn't got a clue what a red card tackle looks like.


they had conceded it was already you could see it in their faces. What do you expect with this ref though? Wasn’t he the one who sent FF off when Dawson snapped him in half for diving?  Dawson was also walking, he couldn’t be,even it when ff got sent off and he stayed on.  
 

I most,y defend refs but fizz me how this guys in work I really don’t know. 

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Why would a late, knee high studs up assault that ends up with Palmer carried off the pitch be a red card? 

He didn't knife him you snowflakes.

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