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Re: Pochettino new coach of Spurs

Post by Firenze on Fri Mar 09, 2018 10:22 pm

@Luca wrote:
@Firenze wrote:
@Luca wrote:


This: https://streamja.com/5o2

Is not a phantom freekick

Anyways, his interview is fine and clean apart from this. I don't have an issue with it. Nick just went overboard in his analysis, way to reach for the stars lmao


Hope whoever sniped Dybala from the crowd gets a retroactive ban from UEFA tbh. Went down like he got hit with a rocket ffs.




is this the part where you fake a brain injury before Liverpool spreads United's cheeks open tomorrow?


between watching Mourinho's football weekly and reading GL, I don't think I need to fake a brain injury. Fairly sure my cognitive functions are legitimately impaired. Lawsuit coming @Unique soon. Weren't you studying Law or something? you can represent me IMO.

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Re: Pochettino new coach of Spurs

Post by Thimmy on Fri Mar 09, 2018 10:34 pm

@Firenze wrote:


I don't think I need to fake a brain injury. Fairly sure my cognitive functions are legitimately impaired.


We were going to tell you, once you got older :whistle:

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Re: Pochettino new coach of Spurs

Post by BarrileteCosmico on Sat Mar 10, 2018 12:23 am

@farfan wrote:
@Doc wrote:I'm sure BC would find a way to make Poch's words seem like it was misconstrued.


Or make it seem like it was a normal statement that does not warrant any controversy.

"Literally every coach says this after every match " - BC


Yeah I got nothing, a bit of a dick move on Poch's part.

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Post by Hapless_Hans on Sat Mar 10, 2018 7:51 am

@Firenze wrote:am I missing something though

the only referee influence in the game I remember was from Juve being denied a stonewall penalty

and then maybe Dybala being given a phantom freekick with like 30 seconds left in the game


You're not missing anything, no.

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@rincon wrote:Imagine the comments if that penalty not called had been for them.

Not just that, imagine if Kane's offside header that hit the post went in. I wonder if the talk of refs would have surfaced.


BT commentators kept saying how Spurs were 'unlucky' that header didn't go in. NO. NO. NO. That's not an acceptable way of phrasing an opportunity gained from a whole yard offside.

Like if a player makes a clear dive, and they get a penalty and miss it, it's not 'unlucky' Laughing

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