johnny crossan wrote:He booked Brown because he disallowed the goal and was made to look stupid. He clearly showed him the whistle as he backpedalled into position. Agree with everything you say but he did indicate to wait for his whistle.zuricity wrote:johnny crossan wrote:zuricity wrote:And there you have it, the main German TV news program on ZDF recycles it's sports news every 30 minutes in the morning magazine, They get advertising from a Wealth investment firm who use Klopp as their "Face " (don't know why). Well they sneak in a reference that Schalke play City in the CL soon, followed by snippets from the Game last night at Newcastle. ( I still don't know why KdB was carded, the referee did not blow/hold his whistle up to indicate that all players must wait for the whistle and City didn't ask for it.).
Last sentence about the game last night is "Juergen Klopp's Liverpool can go seven points clear tonight". talk about Schadenfreude !
No he didn't that's just the way he held his handbag as he moved towards the Newcastle to tell them to retreat further. Also he would have told Tin Tin that he had to wait for the whistle, which i am assuming Tin tin didn't ask for, ( him to get the Newcastle players 10 yards away), by which he then has to blow his whistle to start the game. Why he should book Tin tin is still a mystery. He didn't book their Penalty taker for lashing out at the corner flag with his foot and leaving the pitch to go to the crowd. Again , Ref inconsistencies. Stinks a lot.
But why JC?
Did Kev ask for the wall to be put back?
I doubt it. The explanation by the ref on BT last night was pure bullshit.
Apparently if he’d taken it immediately before the ref came over and showed him the whistle there wouldn’t be a problem.
The ref would be out of position if anything happened in the box because he had gone over to Kev.
So it’s not that he took it quickly, but not quickly enough?
Pure unadulterated bullshit.