2018-19 FA Cup Thread

Discussion in 'Soccer' started by Savant, Dec 4, 2018.

  1. Venkman

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    **** off is that a red. **** Atkinson
     
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    That’s a really harsh red.
     
  3. Jussi

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    Well VAR got that one right. Definite yellow.
     
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    Good usage of VAR.
     
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    No studs, going for the ball, not high.

    Clear yellow, but not a red at all.
     
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    Has Rashford touched the ball in the last 15 minutes?
     
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    Or with remotely competent refs, to be fair.

    Neither of those calls were "close". Just awful officiating.
     
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    All I really want from the end of this game is no reds and no injuries.
     
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    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.
     
  10. Jussi

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    Rashford is probably in need of a rest..
     
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    United never seemed very threatening offensively in this game. Lack of rotation due to injuries really beginning to show.
     
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    A bit too late!!!
     
  13. hatterson

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    Heh.

    I say Shaw has his worst game and then he makes a good run and pass to get the assist.
     
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    Yes but again, where was this effort 30-60 minutes ago?
     
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    Cassano nyeah eh

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    Wolves are good. Moutinho and Neves would start for top 6 clubs.
     
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    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.
     
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    WHAT A WIN FOR THE GOOD GUYS!!

    WOLVES FOREVER!!

    Woooooohoooooo!!
     
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    Moutinho is legitimately the best player to ever wear a Wolves shirt. He's absolutely tremendous.
     
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    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.
     
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    He's won so many things in his career. 3 Portuguese titles, 1 Ligue 1 title with underdogs, Euros, Europa League.
     
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    Still, Billy Wright followed by Emlyn Hughes.
     
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    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.
     
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    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.
     
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    robertmac43 Forever 43!

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    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!
     
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    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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