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7 minutes ago, Erimus74 said:

Not seen it, was that as bad as you're saying 

 

 

 

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2 minutes ago, wilsoncgp said:

To be fair to the lad, he's surely not gonna be happy about injuring a fellow professional. He's a young lad and has to keep his head in the game. I don't know about you but if I'd done that, even accidentally, I'd be a bit shaken too.

It's awful and horrid that no justice has been done for that but let's not jump to conclusions to think this young lad is just remorseless haha.

Equally we don't know that he is.

Like I said, normally when there's a clash, the offender goes over to check on the player they hit / kicked and offer an apology. I may have missed something but I didn't see anything like that.

We'd be shocked and upset, but not everyone is the same. Some just don't care if they hurt others...just look at Suarez.

 

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3 minutes ago, RiseAgainst said:

I'm pretty sure in the promotion match against Brighton, the ref was going to give the player a yellow for the assault on Ramirez until he saw the damage done, and upgraded it to a red accordingly. Today's ref should have done the same when he saw Fry's eye gushing.

 

I think the problem is that he didn't give anything at all. He didn't give a foul so there's no way he could change his mind about how to punish the player. I can only think he's made his mind up about the goal kick then came to check on Fry after, at which point it's too late to do anything.

Once again, refereeing at this level is diabolical.

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How is this Blackburn team a Mowbray team?

One of the most cynical, dirty teams I've seen all season. An embarrassment to Mowbray is this.

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That McNair free kick was as awful as the refereeing. 

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Is it just me or has mcnairs deliveries taken a big dip in the last few games? That was so poor. Really wish we'd gotten hourihane, we get so many frees in those wide areas that we need to take better advantage of.

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Don’t give a *** about Mogga’s legendary status at the club it’s a disgrace he has his team playing like this!

 

There’s aggressive play and then there’s overzealous play and all these Blackburn players are playing exactly like that.

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