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02 Feb 2021 18:40:05
Can taki play for Southampton tonight would love for him to score the winner against utd.

{Ed025's Note - i dont think so mate..

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02 Feb 2021 20:37:23
I don’t think even Maradona would help Southampton tonight, United have their 12th man paying for them, Mike Dean.

02 Feb 2021 20:47:32
That foul was horrendous, a definite red card. What an idiot, doing that so early in the game.

02 Feb 2021 21:02:46
It was clumsy, but it wasn’t intentional and he didn’t do him anywhere near as badly as Pickford did van Dijk, the contact certainly wasn’t as bad as was being made out by McTominay. Yellow card, definitely, but red? Only if you’re playing against United. Tad harsh of you ask me.

02 Feb 2021 21:04:07
Shocking tackle could end up 10 nil.

02 Feb 2021 22:03:23
I saw the red before the tackle and thought typical dodgy refereeing. Then I saw the challenge. That was a nasty tackle.

03 Feb 2021 02:43:18

Are you for reals? Just because you didn't get a decision in your favour doesn't mean the whole world is against you. Even when Liverpool isn't playing.


It just makes opposition fans dislike you lots even more. Make take your red tinted glasses off, at least when Liverpool isn't playing!
Also it's been months after that Everton game, maybe it's time you move on?

03 Feb 2021 09:08:04
Deependra is right 6Times. Move on from the VVD tackle. The refs have admitted they got it wrong now. It’s just unfortunate. It’s a strange old season. Mike Dean or no Mike Dean it’s a red. Concentrate on supporting our team and as I always say, let’s not give the refs any decisions to make, by scoring more than the opposition. Onwards. Brighton we’re coming for you.

03 Feb 2021 11:11:13
Well said Jimble.

03 Feb 2021 11:48:12
It was a red clear. You don't have to lose a body part for it to be a red card.

03 Feb 2021 14:56:43
I watched the tackle a couple times. A red seemed harsh, but it is what it is. He was a bit out of control, but the intent to injure didn't seem to be there at all. I think this is a great example where the referee has the power to use his judgment to "balance out the game. " Take a breath, see the aftermath, and if United is left at a disadvantage due to injury then show the red. I know I'll get jumped on by those who don't like the punishment to be dictated by the impact of the foul, but I think that's one of the main reasons why we have referees, to use their own judgment to help manage the flow of the game.

As for what this has to do with Liverpool, it has nothing to do with Liverpool or Pickford or anything like that. Trying to make it about this just makes one sound like a sore loser. If we want to keep the game somewhat pure in the age of VAR, and leave in things that keep the element of drama in the game, well this is exactly one of those things that makes football interesting, even if it is incredibly frustrating at the same time. These are the things we just need to let go and accept and move on from. It's all "part of the game. "



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