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Originally posted by trapperjohn

The most damning statistic to me was their 22 fouls, compared to our 12. We all see the ďbigĒ teams foul to break up any potential counter attack but how Maguire, McTominay and Hannibal didnít get yellows and how Lindelof didnít get a second defeats me. The pull back by Maguire, the deliberate trips with no possibility of getting the ball, and simply taking Wilf out had to be yellow card offences and no doubt would all have been yellows if it was a Palace player committing them. Indeed to prove that after at least 3 of those fouls, the first yellow was to Hughes. His was definitely a yellow card offence, but theirs were just as bad if not worse.

Perhaps Atkinson didnít want to upset them in his last (thank the Lord) game.

Indeed, cr@p referee. Isn't saying much as almost all of them are but certainly good riddance from me.

 


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View YT's Profile YT Flag Oxford 23 May 22 5.49pm Send a Private Message to YT Add YT as a friend

Originally posted by trapperjohn

The most damning statistic to me was their 22 fouls, compared to our 12. We all see the ďbigĒ teams foul to break up any potential counter attack but how Maguire, McTominay and Hannibal didnít get yellows and how Lindelof didnít get a second defeats me. The pull back by Maguire, the deliberate trips with no possibility of getting the ball, and simply taking Wilf out had to be yellow card offences and no doubt would all have been yellows if it was a Palace player committing them. Indeed to prove that after at least 3 of those fouls, the first yellow was to Hughes. His was definitely a yellow card offence, but theirs were just as bad if not worse.

Perhaps Atkinson didnít want to upset them in his last (thank the Lord) game.

I always suspected that he was related to Big Ron. Now we know. Biased git!

 


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