I'm sure we would be very upset in their position but technology is not 100% accurate
Any success with this appeal will open the door for all controversial decisions to be revisited
Red cards being rescinded goes some way to acknowledging a mistake, but that doesn't reverse any disadvantage in the game where it was awarded
I cannot recall the specific details, but one poster on here suggested that Burnley should have been relegated instead of us 2 seasons ago after some incorrect decisions re goals awarded / vital decisions taken
How about an appeal for England's 3rd goal in the 1966 World Cup Final
For the most part goal line technology, vanishing spray have been accepted: VAR still has its doubters but is probably here to stay and will improve
The least surprising thing I’ve ever read regarding Bournemouth.
Shit cunt club with a shit cunt ground, shit cunt manager, shit cunt fans and shit cunt players.
The sooner FFP cripples them and they have to start again in the same league as The Dog & Dick the better.
So I will translate for the ones that don’t understand. Bournemouth And Eddie “wankstain” Howe are a bunch of CUNTS !!!! 😁👍👍👍 Am I correct with my translation Bojan ? Please feel free to correct or elaborate 😁😂
Post by puddledpotter on Jul 28, 2020 16:25:22 GMT
Bournemouth, the club that goes to extremes to at best mislead officials into making wrong decisions or bore them into submission with time wasting, play acting etc are now considering court action over a decision in a game which has finished and they did not even play in claiming it got them relegated. As I understand it there was nothing wrong with the Hawkeye tech in the Villa Sheffield United game just a freak positioning of players obscuring the sensors. They had 38 opportunities to influence the end of season placings by their own hand but failed to do so, their efforts or lack of over 38 games are what got them relegated not the result of the Villa Sheffield United game. Signing a striker for £19 million who then provided around 0.19 goals for every 90 minutes spent on the pitch, although this may be mitigated a little by Eddie Half a games coaching ensuring that around 45 minutes of every game they play in is lost was also unlikely to help.