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There Is Always a First Time!

There Is Always a First Time!

Phil Dowd is the man in charge at Old Trafford when we welcome Chelsea this Sunday.

Dowd, now forty-eight years of age, has remarkably, in his six previous fixtures he`s refereed at Old Trafford, never issued a red card or awarded a penalty

Will that change this Sunday?



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Writer:Red Boy
Date:Saturday September 17 2011
Time: 1:13PM

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The refs in the Chelsea v Man U games in recent years have been absolute numpties and have awarded numerous wrong decisions for both sides. Please break the trend Dowd.
TheFamousNo7
17/09/2011 14:24:00
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The refs in the Chelsea v Man U games in recent years have been absolute numpties and have awarded numerous wrong decisions for both sides. Please break the trend Dowd.
TheFamousNo7
17/09/2011 14:24:00
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The decisions always favor united but all that is about to change.
blueplanet
17/09/2011 16:09:00
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The decisions always favor united but all that is about to change.
blueplanet
17/09/2011 16:09:00
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The decisions always favour United? I'm not sure whether you've actually watched the Chelsea-United games in recent years but the ref has been terrible for both sides. Macheda's handball goal and Drogba's good 5 or 6 yard offside goal. The freekick which wasn't a freekick which was finished in the box by Drogba who impeded Evans when trying to get to the header. The fact that Ramires never got his 2nd yellow and a red which would've prevented Vidic getting his red. Evans not getting a red for his kick to Drogba's chest just to name a few examples.
TheFamousNo7
17/09/2011 16:34:00
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The decisions always favour United? I'm not sure whether you've actually watched the Chelsea-United games in recent years but the ref has been terrible for both sides. Macheda's handball goal and Drogba's good 5 or 6 yard offside goal. The freekick which wasn't a freekick which was finished in the box by Drogba who impeded Evans when trying to get to the header. The fact that Ramires never got his 2nd yellow and a red which would've prevented Vidic getting his red. Evans not getting a red for his kick to Drogba's chest just to name a few examples.
TheFamousNo7
17/09/2011 16:34:00
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Makes me laugh that some fans of other teams spout all this crap
niteworlok
18/09/2011 21:14:00
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Makes me laugh that some fans of other teams spout all this crap
niteworlok
18/09/2011 21:14:00
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