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Discussion in 'Hull City' started by Chazz Rheinhold, Mar 1, 2021.
Not sure that's a yellow let alone a red...would need to see it again
Stupid from Shaughnessy that. What an idiot.
The fact the manager gave him a big high five says a lot...
Looked harsh that red.
Looked a red to me.....Dale commentators seem somewhat surprised / baffled, one of the mongs doesn't even think it's a yellow.....really not sure why
Didn't look a straight red to me.
Looked like he was airborne to me. Can’t do that in tackles any more.
Exactly, he jumped into it. Possible leg breaker if he gets enough contact. That's a red card straight away.
I'd expect one of ours to go off for that.
It will say red in tomorrow's haddock sheet.
Oh well we take it. Now how about another couple of goals. A bit harsh though.
I didn't. I once sarcastically applauded a Wimbledon consolation goal, never since.
It looks a harsh red because he didn't really make heavy contact with the player, but he was reckless and he jumped in off the ground which can quite easily break someones leg.
Correct decision, players only got himself to blame.
What made it a sure fire red for me was that he was off the ground and it looked like he caught Burke's standing leg with his raised studs,
You just can’t make challenges like that nowadays.
Bringing Crowley on with 4 minutes left just seems pointless.
Should've been swapped in straight after the red card at the latest.
Brian Hughes just used the word "outstanding" . What side is his Tele on?
Should have taken wilks off, cos without his goals we are ****ed, don't want him getting injured
Maybe he saw that save from the Dale keeper.
Was pretty good.
I thought it was curling away and would have gone wide.
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Strangely it was his view of a City players performance