Discussion in 'Soccer' started by Savant, Dec 4, 2018.
f*** off is that a red. Atkinson
That’s a really harsh red.
Well VAR got that one right. Definite yellow.
Good usage of VAR.
No studs, going for the ball, not high.
Clear yellow, but not a red at all.
Has Rashford touched the ball in the last 15 minutes?
Or with remotely competent refs, to be fair.
Neither of those calls were "close". Just awful officiating.
All I really want from the end of this game is no reds and no injuries.
Shaw with probably his worst game of the season. A step off on attack and not strong enough on the second goal.
Although in Lindelof had actually hustled back when he saw it was a 1v1 it wouldn’t have mattered.
Rashford is probably in need of a rest..
United never seemed very threatening offensively in this game. Lack of rotation due to injuries really beginning to show.
A bit too late!!!
I say Shaw has his worst game and then he makes a good run and pass to get the assist.
Yes but again, where was this effort 30-60 minutes ago?
Wolves are good. Moutinho and Neves would start for top 6 clubs.
I don’t think it was lack of effort for him.
I think he’s tired too. It’s been a long time since he’s played this much in a season since he hasn’t stayed healthy in years.
WHAT A WIN FOR THE GOOD GUYS!!
Moutinho is legitimately the best player to ever wear a Wolves shirt. He's absolutely tremendous.
Anyway, that absolutely wasn’t one of those nights where a gritty underdog ground out a win against a bigger club with last ditch defending. Wolves were straight up better all night in just about every area.
United had a lot more possession, but were never very dangerous. Wolves created chances scored on the break and from good possession play when they had it.
He's won so many things in his career. 3 Portuguese titles, 1 Ligue 1 title with underdogs, Euros, Europa League.
Still, Billy Wright followed by Emlyn Hughes.
Billy Wright for sure, but Emlyn Hughes didn't play that long for them (did well, though). Steve Bull scored a ton, that also counts as something.
True, but he had the class and won them their most recent major trophy. Obviously there are bigger club legends in terms of legacy, he'll always be a Liverpool red even in the Midlands.
Massive oppurtunity for Brighton tomorrow. The Den is never an easy place to win but I believe in out ability to get a trip to wembley!
And worth mentioning that years back Brian Glanville named Stan Cullis as his selection to play centre-back for an all-time England team (it should be stressed that Glanville thought of Bobby Moore first and foremost as a defensive wing half who played off a stopper centre back).
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