Hazy2 wrote:The chances are we are going to be seeing bad tackles in every game. Last night is just another performance from a ref we know is not fit for purpose.
How he deemed that tackle on Diaz not a red is the biggest question same on with Bennett last Sunday, Puncheon did himself in his two footed assault, still a straight red not given. Burnley will get into us knowing they can go as far as they like the refs have set the bar and they will mark my words pro's take it to the max an will use the decisions not given as the excuse.
Not fit for purpose? I think they're very fit for purpose mate. There's no way in this world that all these ref's keep making glaring errors but then take the field a few days later. For me it is very much a directive, and one that has come about since the likes of Pogba openly resorted to wishing our players injured. Along with the neanderthals such as Danny Murphy and Joey CUNTING Barton, telling us it's ok to leave one on us, it's become open season on our players. Murphy changed his tune last night though, hanging his head whilst talking about the Diaz foul, knows he takes some credit for this happening.