Its worth noting you slow anything down and its worse than it is
I know this isn't related but my cousin was driving and a bird fell from a tree in front of us, as the bird was falling bang in the middle of the lan, it tried to land and fly. My cousin swerved from the lane the and went towards the other lane and the bird fell and flapped to the other lane. My cousin accidentally ran it over.
This all happened in less than a second. If someone recorded it and slowed down, it would look like he purposely drove over it but unless he super human, there is no way you could have the precision and foresight to kill the bird on purpose whilst driving at 40mph
Mings is running and isn't in control of his body in the air. Unless he knew the other player is going to put their head there, its hard to try and aim for a stamp after you have taken off
FA aren’t doing anything about it as ref saw it and took no action.
Disgusting really and really feel for the club.
Recently made wholesale changes from top to bottom, got put loads of first teamers (huge squad) and went out for strong loan players - this fella being one of them.
Relegation battle and now without the main striker literally two days after the window shut.
I’ll be absolutely gutted if they go down at the end of the season, selfishly because of the impact it may have on the academy status and my boys development.
Just watched it. I don't think it's deliberate, slow-mo makes it a lot worse - sometimes the brain doesn't act fast enough to stop your body doing something. Like when you drop an object in front of you and somehow end up stepping on it despite desperately trying not to.
If it WAS deliberate though...lifetime ban and a prison sentence.
Compare the reaction of Oliveira to that of the Rangers striker last night, who caught a glancing boot to the side of the head, then went down and rolled around like Neymar/Salah. He got up without a single scratch on him, and got shown a red card.
Looking at it, personally I think its deliberate. Lets looks at the evidence, previously banned for stamping on Zlatans head, Mings is also an ex-Ipswich player stamping on the face of a Norwich player. It he did mean to do it, and only he knows for sure, that's some serious thuggery. Olivera is lucky he didn't lose an eye.