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Should it Have Been Three?

Should it Have Been Three?

There`s no denying that the fixture yesterday, against Chelsea at Stamford Bridge, ended in a feisty fashion.

After Javier Hernandez had sneaked the winner, from what appeared to be an offside position, the game nearly got out of hand.

One particular incident saw John Obi Mikel and Antonio Valencia clash, a coming together that saw Valencia receive a yellow card, an incident that left Sir Alex Ferguson puzzled and prompted the following outburst as he conducted his post match interview

"I thought it was a bit tasty when Chelsea were down to nine men and I can`t understand the booking of Antonio because he was right through and there was no reason for him to go down."

"I think he was definitely taken out and he`s been booked for it because it was Mikel and he had already been booked."

"I think that`s the reason the referee had to do that because he would have had to send Mikel off."


An interesting view but, on this occasion, I thought it was all much ado about nothing, how about you?



Click here to join in the debate on the club forum.

Writer:Red Boy
Date:Monday October 29 2012
Time: 4:56PM

Comments

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my god u u united fans r pathetic. the ref already handed u the 3 points how much mor do u fkin want?
Humza_96
29/10/2012 18:46:00
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my god u u united fans r pathetic. the ref already handed u the 3 points how much mor do u fkin want?
Humza_96
29/10/2012 18:46:00
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The ref had not handed us 3 points - he reffed poorly - but that is not down to us - we won the game - yes we had the rub of the green and the luck - but this is karma for past matches......
niteworlok
29/10/2012 20:15:00
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The ref had not handed us 3 points - he reffed poorly - but that is not down to us - we won the game - yes we had the rub of the green and the luck - but this is karma for past matches......
niteworlok
29/10/2012 20:15:00
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If Torres second yellow wasn't a yellow (still can't work out how it's an argument seeing as he was fortunate to be on the pitch at that point anyway) then Valencia's yellow wasn't a yellow but yet another bad decision by the ref during the game against us which goes unnoticed simply because we won.
TheFamousNo7
29/10/2012 21:14:00
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If Torres second yellow wasn't a yellow (still can't work out how it's an argument seeing as he was fortunate to be on the pitch at that point anyway) then Valencia's yellow wasn't a yellow but yet another bad decision by the ref during the game against us which goes unnoticed simply because we won.
TheFamousNo7
29/10/2012 21:14:00
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@ThefamousNo7,tbh do you think the ref would have booked valencia for that if he had already been booked??
Ken4CFC
29/10/2012 22:32:00
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@ThefamousNo7,tbh do you think the ref would have booked valencia for that if he had already been booked??
Ken4CFC
29/10/2012 22:32:00
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@niteworlok,comon get your manutd blinkers off,the ref handed you the 3points..your team played like crap(barrin the openin 15min) and were gettin roasted till the ref came to your rescue..even with 10men u never looked threatenin,guez what could have happened if it was the other way round...8-2 anyone??
Ken4CFC
29/10/2012 22:38:00
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@niteworlok,comon get your manutd blinkers off,the ref handed you the 3points..your team played like crap(barrin the openin 15min) and were gettin roasted till the ref came to your rescue..even with 10men u never looked threatenin,guez what could have happened if it was the other way round...8-2 anyone??
Ken4CFC
29/10/2012 22:38:00
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