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6 minutes ago, bradigor said:

That's bullshit. Never a foul. 

 

I can see why its given, any contact in the keeper now is pretty much a foul.

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We've been a little slack at times with the ball, which has allowed United to come into it. Yet we've been all over them. Other times we have played sublime football. 

 

I hate these games against United. 

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23 minutes ago, bradigor said:

Even Gary Neville saying it's not a foul. You know then it wasn't.

 

Yet Carragher said it was a foul. 

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Nice to hear Keane and Souness telling it like it is. Utterly bizarre decision. If they call that a foul, they need to be clear that keepers are untouchable and cannot be challenged for the ball. If that is two outfield players jumping for the ball, play on 100% of the time. I really hope that an official statement is made about it because it sets a precedent that any attacker jumping for the ball, and coming in to contact with the keeper is a foul.

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3 minutes ago, Pockets said:

Ref’s left it all out on the pitch for Man U today. They can have no complaints there. 

 

You deserved the win, but what the hell are you talking about?

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