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I'm sorry but that was a clear push in the back on Kike. Should of been a pen.

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Very impressed with reach. Hasn't done much but is very very tidy in possession!

 

I agree hes been spot on so far.

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That challenge in the box there, kike gets a huge shove in the back and can't do anything but lose the ball. Kike is honest and trying to stay on his feet which I'd much rather see, but the referee does nothing!

 

If we want to cut diving out of the game the referee's have to wake up and protect players who are trying to be honest.

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That challenge in the box there, kike gets a huge shove in the back and can't do anything but lose the ball. Kike is honest and trying to stay on his feet which I'd much rather see, but the referee does nothing!

 

If we want to cut diving out of the game the referee's have to wake up and protect players who are trying to be honest.

 

I've been saying this for years. Players dive because if they try and stay on their feet they don't get the foul. If Kike had gone sprawling there i reckon we'd have got the pen.

 

Regardless, how these 'highly trained professionals' seem to get every ***ing major decision wrong is beyond me

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We're dominating them all over the pitch. Annoying about adomah, but still don't think he's fully there yet. Reachys too quiet too. Let's shake things up and get clayton on to rile them up a bit. Think well win still. Utb

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