On the Lee Mason issue. Is there a punishment or some kind of repramand for referees who make these mistakes or do they just carry on as if they were after all the decisions right. i Believe he got most correct but this weekend was a definite poor decision.
Suarez is a class act and Carroll will no doubt prove his worth over the next few seasons, even though 35 million for a striker in his debut season in the Premier League is excessive. What is difficult to accept as a Tottenham fan is that both these players were considered, and although passing up the opportunity to sign Carroll is understandable given his over zealous price tag, Suarez 20million valuation was afforadable and more should have been done to capture his signiture. He looks so determined and sharp and is quite a simular player to that of our beloved Van der Vaart, Omega Watch Women
the question of one referee, congratulations to Mark Halsey and his performance at Liverpool on Monday. You were hardly aware that he was on the field of play. Excellent game and a lesson to some others I will not name.
Agree with the comments regarding "big club/little" club decisions. They do not even themselves out over a season, having watched the games at the DW Stadium for a few seasons now. If some of the referee's had given decisions in recent games against some of the so called big clubs, then we would still be hearing about them from certain managers. Torres on Al Habsi, Blackpool penalty claim, Rooney on McCarthy, Caldwell having dental adjustments on the field, all indicate that little clubs get a raw deal.
just with more pace and desire. Looking to the future we need two big name signing's upfront, if next season we are going to keep up with the likes of Chelsea, Man City and Liverpool, who have all spent big.
I don't believe it evens out over the course of the season. It is a disgrace and could potentially devalue the Premier League brand. If the league table is reconstructed after backing out referees errors Manchester United will be mid table. Sir Alex caustic tongue and revered standing intimidated referees. Over the years biased officiating had helped Manchester United more than any other club. Even in Europe, referees are begining to succumb to the mighty influence of Sir Alex. We need men of courage to salvage Premier League from the ignominy of cheating and maniupulation of results. I can't wait for someone to review the impact of poor officiating on the Premier League since its inception. It will be clear that the men in black have become a big factor in swinging the pendulum of Premier League victories. Expect more of this as we approach the end of the season.
on the lee mason issue i think he was bang out of the order with some of the decisions he made on sunday. As you mentioned about the foul on gary taylor fletcher there was another one right at the end of the first half on the goals line scramble when again fletcher passed the ball and van persie stuck his leg straight for him to go over. It isn't just that though. Quite a few games weve had officials costing us games, for example man city at the start of the season, when one of our goals got ruled out for offside when the player he gave offside didnt even have an involvement within the attack and also there first goal tevez was stood offside for at least ten seconds and he stayed offside when he scored, also with his second goal that was a clear foul on Ian Evatt and it got to the point of howard webb telling him to go down! that is what football is coming to these days! also when we scored at west ham and marlon harewood was miles onside when he scored but that got ruled out, Blackburn the other week when fletcher had it in the corner and blackburn player comes over and clearly fouls him which he decides to give a free kick to blackburn and book flethcer which built up to their Omega Seamaster Square Case goal! This is why blackburn are so close to the drop because of poor referee's every single week, im not being biased because it is my team but if every decision got given perfectly right we would be mid table easily.
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i think i'm more sad that the season is nearly over again. Great column
great picks again chris. Andy Carrol on the scoresheet and the memories of Mr Torres are starting to fade but after watching the match i thought suarez just edged it for man of the match myself but what an intelligent player he is and i think they Omega Speedmaster 45th Anniversary For Sale
will become a formiddable partnership, got to hold my hands up and say well done to Roy he's doing a fantastic job at west brom he didn't even get a bit of luck at liverpool which you do need sometimes, got to agree with you on Lee Mason absolute diabolical decision not to give the penalty and as for evens itself out i have never believed that we'll tell it to all the Blckpool fans if they get relegated i don't think they will buy it cast iron penalty.
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