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View Goal Machine's Profile Goal Machine Flag Croydon 08 Feb 19 8.13am Send a Private Message to Goal Machine Add Goal Machine as a friend

Unfortunately he dug his own grave with his comments earlier in the season. His treatment from refs and opposition has deteriorated since then. He’s now such an easy target and he is incapable of controlling himself. It’s a downward spiral.

By the end of the season he’ll be sick of the Premier League and will go to Dortmund. Premier Leagues loss but more importantly our loss.

 

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View Noz's Profile Noz Flag North Hampshire 08 Feb 19 8.34am Send a Private Message to Noz Add Noz as a friend

I don’t think it was JWP’s foul that actually caused this whole situation. It was the aftermath where he pretended to throw the ball into Wilf’s face, spat at the floor and then laughed at him.

Originally posted by AppleSource

I don’t think that even had VAR been in operation at St Mary’s it would have dealt with a minor incident like JW-P’s foul on Wilf. Otherwise games would become a laughing stock, being halted for questionable fouls. Obviously in retrospect we know that it was a foul and a catalyst to Wilf’s petulance, but that is irrelevant.

Edited by Noz (08 Feb 2019 8.35am)

 

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View Tipp_Eagle's Profile Tipp_Eagle Flag Tipperary 08 Feb 19 9.47am Send a Private Message to Tipp_Eagle Add Tipp_Eagle as a friend

I dont think the 10,000 fine and a one match ban is too bad , i would imagine that he would get at least a fine of 1 weeks wages also as every player in the world knows you cant get away with that on the pitch , it was pure petulance . hopefully he will learn from this and concentrate on his strengths and run rings around the likes of that little t*** jwp. hopefully , if we dont win against wet spam because of his absence the 3 points wont be the cause of us getting relegated .

 


oh yeah ,fcuk off brighton.

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View briandavis's Profile briandavis Flag Udon Thani 08 Feb 19 9.58am Send a Private Message to briandavis Add briandavis as a friend

I hope, but somehow doubt it, that the people looking at referees' performances, had a look at this one. After all, there were a few serious things which shouldn't have been missed, including what amounted to an assault on Tompkins at a corner, which would have won applause at American Football! I'm not excusing Wilf, but can understand his frustration, on occasions. He'd do well to see how Townsend plays the game, including the occasions he gets kicked too.

 

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View AppleSource's Profile AppleSource Flag Tel Aviv 08 Feb 19 10.31am Send a Private Message to AppleSource Add AppleSource as a friend

Originally posted by Noz

I don’t think it was JWP’s foul that actually caused this whole situation. It was the aftermath where he pretended to throw the ball into Wilf’s face, spat at the floor and then laughed at him.


Edited by Noz (08 Feb 2019 8.35am)


I was referring to the previous comment that stated that JWP would have been cautioned for his foul on Wilf had VAR been operational.

Nonetheless, I am not certain that VAR would have responded any differently had it observed JWP’s behaviour. He is certainly guilty of baiting Wilf, but as far as I am aware I don’t think that that is punishable offense. Happy to be corrected..

 

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View eritheagle's Profile eritheagle Flag Erith 08 Feb 19 10.52am Send a Private Message to eritheagle Add eritheagle as a friend

Originally posted by AppleSource


I was referring to the previous comment that stated that JWP would have been cautioned for his foul on Wilf had VAR been operational.

Nonetheless, I am not certain that VAR would have responded any differently had it observed JWP’s behaviour. He is certainly guilty of baiting Wilf, but as far as I am aware I don’t think that that is punishable offense. Happy to be corrected..

VAR wouldn't have been employed for this incident even if it had been available. It wasn't a goal, penalty incident or a straight red card.

 

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View colinandsued's Profile colinandsued Flag Haywards Heath 08 Feb 19 11.08am Send a Private Message to colinandsued Add colinandsued as a friend

The FA's decision to ban Wilf for an extra game was as disappointing as it was predictable.
I can't condone Wilf's reaction to being sent off, hopefully he will learn from this and not allow it to happen again. But neither can I condone the FA's lack of censure of the provocation that finally caused Wilf to react. Players like Wilf and Eden Hazard are increasingly becoming the target of what appears to be systemic and targeted provocation.
To put it bluntly, unless and until the FA are seen to clearly and consistently deter the sort of unsavoury actions exemplified by Ward-Prowse last Weds evening and allow them to go unpunished, they will be emboldened to continue them.

 

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View Bangell's Profile Bangell Flag Oxford 08 Feb 19 11.09am Send a Private Message to Bangell Add Bangell as a friend

Originally posted by AppleSource


I was referring to the previous comment that stated that JWP would have been cautioned for his foul on Wilf had VAR been operational.

Nonetheless, I am not certain that VAR would have responded any differently had it observed JWP’s behaviour. He is certainly guilty of baiting Wilf, but as far as I am aware I don’t think that that is punishable offense. Happy to be corrected..

Nope, not a punishable offence, and one which we will see in every future game that Wilf plays. He's got to sort himself out or else for all his skill, opponents are simply going to goad him out of the game from now on.

 

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View FairweatherEagle's Profile FairweatherEagle Flag London 08 Feb 19 1.07pm Send a Private Message to FairweatherEagle Add FairweatherEagle as a friend

Originally posted by Tipp_Eagle

I dont think the 10,000 fine and a one match ban is too bad , i would imagine that he would get at least a fine of 1 weeks wages also as every player in the world knows you cant get away with that on the pitch , it was pure petulance . hopefully he will learn from this and concentrate on his strengths and run rings around the likes of that little t*** jwp. hopefully , if we dont win against wet spam because of his absence the 3 points wont be the cause of us getting relegated .

Agree the punishment is not as bad as it could've been but that's because he IS playing against West ham and sitting the Doncaster game out, as the FA have clearly allowed. If they'd wanted to be particularly harsh they'd have timed the hearing and appeal period such that he unavoidably missed that game, which he almost certainly prefers to play in.

He'll hopefully be rejuvenated after his enforced rest.

 

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View A89M's Profile A89M Flag Streatham 08 Feb 19 1.09pm Send a Private Message to A89M Add A89M as a friend

Originally posted by briandavis

I hope, but somehow doubt it, that the people looking at referees' performances, had a look at this one. After all, there were a few serious things which shouldn't have been missed, including what amounted to an assault on Tompkins at a corner, which would have won applause at American Football! I'm not excusing Wilf, but can understand his frustration, on occasions. He'd do well to see how Townsend plays the game, including the occasions he gets kicked too.

If Townsend would have jumped in the air, screamed and rolled around for a while - he may have just got Stephens sent off for that terrible challenge. Unfortunately he just got on with it, which enabled the ref to let it go. Refs seem to react more to theatrical antics more than the actual challenges.

 

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View Uphill's Profile Uphill Flag Bedford 08 Feb 19 1.20pm Send a Private Message to Uphill Add Uphill as a friend

Let's move on.

Hopefully Zaha has learnt now that this is a hard, unjust world and he must imitate Hazard to accept
things as they are: dribblers will be attacked.

I would just say that our captain needs to take him in hand as Jedinak would have done.

The injustices include:
Deeney of Watford (we will take it in turns to foul him) (he was at it again about kicking Everton) and
Barnes' foul mouthed harangue at the linesman last week.
Both disgraceful incidents have escaped FA censure.

 

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View grumpymort's Profile grumpymort Flag 08 Feb 19 1.45pm Send a Private Message to grumpymort Add grumpymort as a friend

They are appealing against this.

Complete joke really the club showing again why Wilf has such an attitude they nanny him too much.

How any one can have the cheek to appeal that is shocking.

 

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