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Discussion in 'Southampton' started by OddRiverOakWizards, Jan 31, 2021.
Oh right so we must have paid the refs again, glad we did cos I doubt 6 would have been enough.
Thank you, from the heart of my bottom
QQ - how would you rate the officials in this game. Please be honest
Not actually too far wrong tbf
No, I don't think it was your fault. I just think VAR is comedy.
Never heard of you, sorry.
I think they will appeal the red card
My biggest fear is Ralph right now. We really are utterly screwed without him. He shouldn't take full responsibilty for that at all, I'm sure he's just trying to take some flak off the players. But he took it really to heart after the Leicester game and did consider resigning 'for the good of the club'. He better not get similar feelings this time because that would be far far far worse than getting thrashed in a game. Especially a game where so much was against us even before the match started, and then the red card after one minute...and then the shocking decisions etc. He has so much working against him at the moment. I really put no blame at his door at all and if anything want to show him that the majority of Saints fans are so grateful to have him as our manager and yes even now shortly after getting thrashed 9-0 again.
Dire. That is all.
Actually we are nearer the top 5 than the bottom 3 so yeah of course we are! Don't quote me though just in case
Of course, you wouldn’t want to put Dean on the front of a magazine. Or do you mean refereeing ability?
Just ignore the cringey wum everyone. Don't bite.
If we ever have Mike Dean involved in any of our matches again, we should just refused to play.
Not getting anything with that bald-headed attention seeking twat of a ****ing ****.
I don't think he will. Things were far worse after the Leicester game. We looked like a relegation side. We don't now.
Tbf I did say to Libby it was a joke of a decision in his PL match thread.
No point in Saturday whatsoever. No squad.
Ability. Dean's past it and far too card happy.
Maybe if I was being serious yeah. Quite clearly an exaggeration though.
A mild car accident to force an early end to his officiating career would do.
This is where it's possibly a shame there's no fans in the stadium, because at least the sensible ones would be showing their support for him next home game. A rousing "one Hasenhuttl" would make him feel rather better...