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arsene york-hunt 4:13 Tue May 8
Reffing "errors" which have gone in Man Utds favour against us over the years
Which of them made you the most angry. Of course there are many to choose from but my top three are

1967 a man utd corner at UP Dennis Law puts the palms of his hands on John Charles face. Charles pushes his hands away and the ref awards them a penalty.

The Feghouli sending off and offside goal last year.

The assault on Randolph by Scweinschei├če which allowed them to salvage and undeserved cup draw

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VirginiaHam 12:42 Wed May 9
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Leatherhead Hammer 10:41 Tue May 8

Rooney at Upson, with Upson's arms down by his side. Anywhere else and they'd have been in an unnatural position.

That was one of the most biased refereeing displays I can remember. Vidic flattening Cole and not getting a straight red was a disgrace.

BigLump 11:34 Tue May 8
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Up at their place (about 2002) when we got beat 3-0.

I say beat because there are three games I can point to and say were fixed from the very outset.

This was one of them and it was clear from the first few minutes when defoe was scythed from behind and it wasnt given.

The entire game consisted of dubious decisions that stank. Not just a few dodgy ones but the entire game.

Dolittle 10:58 Tue May 8
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This is why I'm celebrating Stoke going down, all those times they and the ref screwed us over due to the rule that allowed Stokes reputation as a physical side to allow them to brutalise other teams with impunity

Leatherhead Hammer 10:42 Tue May 8
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*I remember

Leatherhead Hammer 10:41 Tue May 8
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Alex G 8:06 Tue May 8

UI remember that. The referee was that Phil Mitchell lookalike cunt, Lee Mason. He gave Man U a penalty after the ball was blasted at Upson's arm from about 2 feet away. I'm surprised Mason didn't go home on the Man U bus after the game.

Alex G 8:06 Tue May 8
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I the Grant relegation season, we were 2-0 up thanks to a brace of penalties by Noble (which both were penalties). The ref realising no-one gives two penalties against Manchester United decides he has to even things out. Vidic only got booked for taking out Cole which should have been a straight red, then completely failed to give a blatant second yellow against him at the start of the second half. And then awarded an incredibly soft penalty to them when scores were level.

If we'd won that we wouldn't have gone down. Even a point would have probably given us the confidence to stay up.

arsene york-hunt 7:57 Tue May 8
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The game Allardyce got the ban from, Phil Dowd played a blinder There were the two penalty decisions, not even a yellow for a Scholes straight red horror tackle, booking Nolan for arguing and allowing them to persistently sledge him, Their goal was clearly offside too. They can attract some of the best players in the world but when we nearly do them they have their 12th man ensuring the status qup. These bent refs have been appalling and persistent over the years.

They say these things will even themselves out eventually but I been watching for nearly 55 years and it hasn't started to change yet.

gph 7:41 Tue May 8
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".....and the "experts" in the studio saying Tomkins went down too easily."

Tomkins was in the air, about to cut out the ball to Rooney, when the shove made him miss the header.

If you're in the air, you've no traction on the ground and no choice about being shoved out of the way.

You've really got to be a shameless liar or a total simpleton to argue that Tomkins was too weak there.

eswing hammer 7:35 Tue May 8
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Surely the most ironic decision was the fa cup replay up there when aladyce was manager and got a ban for castigating the ref ,one of our players went up in the box the ball rolls up his knee then hand ,,penalty to Man U ,second half one of thiers goes up in the box ,rolls up his knee then hand ,carry on ,after the game Aladyce points this out and basically calls the ref a cunt and gets a three match touchline ban!

VirginiaHam 6:20 Tue May 8
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The pigcunt foul on Randolph was as bad as any......not even mentioned by the wank pundits.

JonWHUFC 5:26 Tue May 8
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Reffing errors in general are starting to wind me up on a very large scale. For me, if we went down I would have been pig sick if it had been by a point or two after the daylight robbery of Bournemouth's equaliser against us. They are the ones that really annoy me where the lino spots something and the egotistical ref overrules them with no clear evidence to do so. Not us, but Soton were robbed on Sat with the Redmond free kick dubious enough but then Everton take it from the wrong place. It is happening far too often and as for anyone awarding a handball for a penalty anymore then forget it.

Lato 5:04 Tue May 8
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There have been so many over the years but the shove by the Kraut on Randy is the worst imo. They got an undeserved draw that day which led to them winning the cup. It should have been ours1

w4hammer 4:52 Tue May 8
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their "goal" against us in the 1-1 cup game two seasons back should never have been allowed. well unless you support those cunts

Swiss. 4:43 Tue May 8
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Yes but we robbed them of 2 titles last game of season.The match Ludo lade save after save from Cole sticks out.

I couldn't believe Liverpool did Man U a favour and beat Blackburn. I bet the Mickies were relieved as well

Troy McClure 4:21 Tue May 8
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Breen.

mallard 4:18 Tue May 8
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We've let in plenty of goals during 'Fergie Time'

Darlo Debs 4:05 Tue May 8
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glad you cleared that up as i cant remember why i thought it was Noble.

I was livid after watching. Dont know what annoyed me more, the shocking decision or the arse licking commentators none of whom seemed to have grasped that fact that Rooney wasnt above the laws of the game because he played fior the Mancs. ARSEHOLES

arsene york-hunt 3:24 Tue May 8
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GPH, Debs

.....and the "experts" in the studio saying Tomkins went down too easily.

CUNTS!, it was a foul 100%

Darlo Debs 1:40 Tue May 8
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yeah Geep thats the one i was going to mention. I thought it was noble and he virtually elbowed him.

gph 1:24 Tue May 8
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Didn't Rooney get GoS (or GoM, at least), by shoving Tomkins out of the way so he could get the ball and then make his shot?

North Bank 1:10 Tue May 8
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Phil Jones acting the ugly cunt rolling around feigning injury last season getting Feghouli sent off after 10 minutes, obviously later over turned

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