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Kammy asks if Swansea can keep their fine team together and reviews the twists at top and bottom.Back to story
Giving out about the ref is ridiculous, we call for consistency and Kamara is giving out that the keeper shouldnt be sent off because Bradford were losing. Refs cannot win
Posted 20:49 25th February 2013
what happened to the Brithish national anthem at the cup final on Sunday. Surely Wales is part of Britain? Was it because it might upset some of the Welsh people at the game? If they feel that strongly that we have tonot play the British national anthem at an English cup final maybe the should go and play in the Welsh league and cup. Will they boycott the Europa cup games as they will be representing England? Im sure they wont. What is wrong with the FA a few boos would have just made those booing look like idiots so let them get on with it
Posted 17:29 25th February 2013
If youwatch the first wigan goal hes actually pushed by the reading player, hence he cant make the header, so it shoudve been a penalty anyway..
Posted 15:50 25th February 2013
Matt Duke had to be sent off. He took down a player and denied a goal scoring opportunity. To say there was no way back (3-0 was the score) then ask Arsenal fans who were 4-0 up with 40 minutes to go against Newcastle, or Reading who were 4-0 up with an Arsenal side looking beat. If Swansea had missed the penalty, conceded one themselves and lost a man in the process then it would be a two goal difference... the ref made the right decision. Aside from that, the referee would have been negatively scored in his review. Disagreeing with the law is a different argument, and one I agree with - the penalty replaces the opportunity in most cases and a yellow/penalty should suffice where there it is not intentional (though an incident like Suarez's handball for Uruguay against Ghana should always be a red).
Posted 13:31 25th February 2013