Discussion in 'Football Talk' started by clockwork orange, Sep 13, 2015.
City gonna win the league for the next 40 years straight.
It almost got lost because generally people don’t care about City.
Sane gets injured and they still will have Sterling and Mahrez.
City now have to win the Champions league or it's a failure for them in my opinion.
It's so boring. Spending 60m on back ups. Also Pep has perfected the art of tactical fouling, I can't watch a City game it drives me mad. They will have 70% of the ball and a soon as the opposition touches it they get fouled before they can build any kind of momentum.
There’s no way boring tika taka and flop at Bayern Guardiola is the mastermind of City’s good football. I’m convinced it’s all Arteta and Guardiola is simply the poster boy.
I've always thought PL refs need to be quicker to card "soft but important" fouls. IMO, cards are supposed to 1) protect player safety and 2) set things right when a spot kick isn't enough to correct an illegal action that disrupts the natural outcome of play. They only currently tend to do the latter when it's a clear red.
Rotational fouling is something I absolutely loathe, difficult to legislate against it though.
Just call the captain over and tell him the next foul is getting a yellow card regardless, like they do in rugby.
kills the game, really. soft "tactical" fouls. Loathe it. Along diving the end of the game. And VAR does **** about it.
They won’t win it.
This is huge news for City. Many had reported that ban was inevitable, especially after Chelsea case. Not so. City run outstanding youth academy. Big decision for the club at all levels.
Bottlers, this is ridiculous.
Imagine the Chavs are pissed after getting hit with a transfer ban for the same thing. FIFA cant sem to follow their own precedent.
Is the CL ban still possible though?
But but but Pep wants both sides to play an open game!
It really isn't that difficult. Just start handing out yellow cards. It's obvious what they're doing just sitting at home and watching. Can't be that difficult seeing it on the pitch.
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