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Tucker

Shitehawk
Jul 15, 2013
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I wouldn't call having a massive public sulk a "revolt" but to each their own. Anyway, what do they think this is going to achieve? They're certainly not doing it to improve the standard of refereeing, it's nothing more than a thinly veiled threat that they'd better see tight decisions going their way or else... they'll sulk again.

I'd also argue that Arsenal are already revolting.


How has he not faced an FA charge yet?
 

Marauder

Well-Known Member
Aug 20, 2008
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3,010
I wouldn't call having a massive public sulk a "revolt" but to each their own. Anyway, what do they think this is going to achieve? They're certainly not doing it to improve the standard of refereeing, it's nothing more than a thinly veiled threat that they'd better see tight decisions going their way or else... they'll sulk again.

I'd also argue that Arsenal are already revolting.



The FA need to absoultely throw the book at this prick. Masking his own and his team's inadequacies by undermining already beleaguered referees, bringing the league into disrepute, not to mention also downright bullying them this way into giving all the decisions his way.

Slap that clever idiot with a 5 match ban and warning of points deduction for future misconduct.
 

Yid-ol

Just-outside Edinburgh
Jan 16, 2006
31,415
19,830
I wouldn't call having a massive public sulk a "revolt" but to each their own. Anyway, what do they think this is going to achieve? They're certainly not doing it to improve the standard of refereeing, it's nothing more than a thinly veiled threat that they'd better see tight decisions going their way or else... they'll sulk again.

I'd also argue that Arsenal are already revolting.



Their fans have been revolting for years.......
 

barry

Bring me Messi
May 22, 2005
6,505
15,346
My sons were very good competitive players and are both huge gooner fans. While they think it should not have been a goal due to the push, they think Ateta has been an embarrassment especially as the in/out and onsiside/offside decisions were too close to change the on field decisions.

Both stated they had way more respect for Ange and are afraid young players are much more likely to want to come to Spurs now.

I am enjoying talking football with them much more right now.
My condolences. You speaking out is truly brave. How did this happen?
 

E17yid

Well-Known Member
Jan 21, 2013
17,509
32,389
How has he not faced an FA charge yet?
It’s a fucking joke, at least Liverpool had a genuine reason to be annoyed (even if the way they reacted was terrible) Arsenal and Arteta literally had nothing to complain about, the push was a 50/50 call, sometimes you get them sometimes you don’t. In fact, really, considering the on field decision was a goal even the push was wasn’t really that clear and obvious.

He should get at least a 3 game touchline ban and a decent fine but the fact there’s been no movement on this looks like that nothing is going to happen and we’ll see this happen pretty much every week this season.
 

Hazelton

Unknown Member
Jul 11, 2011
5,841
20,585
Arteta is going off the rails this season, it's great to see. First Raya vs Ramsdale, now this. Ego getting too big.
 

mstill13

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May 26, 2007
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dontcallme

SC Supporter
Mar 18, 2005
34,800
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He’s right, no mention of breaking a restraining order:

Liam Goodenough, widely known as ‘Mr. DT’, was convicted of kidnapping, assault occasioning actual bodily harm and stalking involving serious alarm or distress.


dditional charges of controlling or coercive behaviour in an intimate or family relationship and disclosing a private sexual photograph with intent to cause distress were to lie on file.

A court heard how, on 24 July last year, Goodenough used a tracking feature on his victim’s phone to locate her in Aylesbury in the early hours of the morning.

He drove to the victim, where she and her friend were assaulted. Goodenough dragged the victim to the car, however a member of the public intervened and was able to get the victim out of the car. Goodenough then drove away.
 

mstill13

Well-Known Member
May 26, 2007
882
1,993
He’s right, no mention of breaking a restraining order:

Liam Goodenough, widely known as ‘Mr. DT’, was convicted of kidnapping, assault occasioning actual bodily harm and stalking involving serious alarm or distress.


dditional charges of controlling or coercive behaviour in an intimate or family relationship and disclosing a private sexual photograph with intent to cause distress were to lie on file.

A court heard how, on 24 July last year, Goodenough used a tracking feature on his victim’s phone to locate her in Aylesbury in the early hours of the morning.

He drove to the victim, where she and her friend were assaulted. Goodenough dragged the victim to the car, however a member of the public intervened and was able to get the victim out of the car. Goodenough then drove away.
Hardly the greatest comeback though. 'Yeah I went to prison, but there wasn't a restraining order'
 

Graham Minshall

Well-Known Member
Jan 24, 2016
549
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I wouldn't call having a massive public sulk a "revolt" but to each their own. Anyway, what do they think this is going to achieve? They're certainly not doing it to improve the standard of refereeing, it's nothing more than a thinly veiled threat that they'd better see tight decisions going their way or else... they'll sulk again.

I'd also argue that Arsenal are already revolting.


They’ve been revolting all season!🤡🤡🤡
 

TC18

Lurker
Jan 27, 2011
582
1,776
Surely now the FA can intervene and hand him some sort of ban and fine?

This referee/ VAR stuff needs stamping out fast. Ignoring the way Arsenal and Arteta went about things, whilst in the wrong, is a dangerous precedent to set.

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