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    Quote Originally Posted by skyebo View Post
    We all know Dalglish's sacking wasn't just down to results, those T shirts and the backing of a racist played a bigger part in that. Had he finished in the top 4 the owners would have been in a dilemma, finishing 7th in the table made their decision easier.
    Yes, finishing 7th made it easier. Odd that they'd sack Kenny for backing Suarez and not move Suarez on for being a 'racist' as you put it.
    Personally I don't believe Suarez is a racist.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nineteenx View Post
    You're getting a bit confused Tees, you've just admitted that at the time those handballs were given, it was the rule of how it was to be applied, so we haven't gained anything the correct decision has been made

    Re Trent both instances were ball to hand, they reviewed his movement over 3 or 4 seconds and founf correctly that his hand was not in an unnatural position and he hadn't put them out to try and make himself bigger, again as the law was written and interpreted at that time, so again we weren't given anything but the correct decision
    So you would have been happy for City to have scored from the same thing happening in the reverse? Pep was fuming with it.
    Like when the foul should have been given on Origi against Utd last season? I cant imagine you would have been okay with it. None of us would but that's the fickle nature of football fans.

    Just making the point we have benefitted from VAR aswell as falling foul of it. Every team has.
    The first goal yesterday was always goingvto be a free kick. He plays for it absolutely but we fell into the trap and it ended up being costly.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CCTV View Post
    Yes, finishing 7th made it easier. Odd that they'd sack Kenny for backing Suarez and not move Suarez on for being a 'racist' as you put it.
    Personally I don't believe Suarez is a racist.
    Rightly or wrongly he served a ban for it. We have not suffered as a team without him.
    If you're not sure what to do with the ball, just put it in the net, and we'll talk about the other options later... Bob Paisley.

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    Quote Originally Posted by skyebo View Post
    Rightly or wrongly he served a ban for it. We have not suffered as a team without him.
    We suffered after he left, the club goes on.

    I'm just saying that it's a bit odd to suggest they sacked Kenny for backing Suarez a 'racist' yet stubbornly refused to offload him to arsenal and when he left for barca it wasn't exactly because they wanted to sell him.
    Suarez got a stay of execution as he was producing in football terms.

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    In the end he left rather than being forced out.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Steveo View Post
    2006 Knocked out of CL by Chelsea win FA Cup finish 3rd!

    2009 wasn’t a better season?
    Almost win the title - destroy Real Madrid 5:0 on aggregate..! Lose to Chelsea 1/4 final CL..

    Seriously?

    You sound like a 12 year old living in the woods
    I suppose a 12 year old living in the woods wouldn't have time for fighting windmills.

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    That was the trouble with Benitez, he was quite happy to finish in the top 4. He rested first choice players in many league games only to bring them back for a CL game. We had one good season in the league under him, the other 5 we were nowhere. Should have kicked on after 2009 instead of finishing 7th.
    If you're not sure what to do with the ball, just put it in the net, and we'll talk about the other options later... Bob Paisley.

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    United fans freaking with the ref before half time. All during that half really. Not watching. Anything unit like what we think happens us.

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    The problems Rafa had was we had poor a squad other than the first 11/13 squad players. He wanted some more back up players. But
    Dick Turpin and Robinhood. werent going to give him any more money..
    Leader of all..master of none..

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    Quote Originally Posted by CCTV View Post
    I suppose a 12 year old living in the woods wouldn't have time for fighting windmills.
    But seemingly plenty of it to waste on trying all manner of ways to prove that black is in fact a light shade of grey.

    Gazing out on the woods - if trees actually grow there? The logic goes that our manager actually seeks out the chance to spend as little as is possible. Happy to pile the workload onto the few... Preferring to miss out on titles and trophies over winning fewer but doing so while spending less than Sheffield United..!


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