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bruuuno 3:19 Sun Sep 30
A big decision went out way, v the mancs
When has that ever happened before?

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Northern Sold 11:41 Tue Oct 2
Re: A big decision went out way, v the mancs
Pleasure doing business with you me ol' fella...

boltkunt 11:39 Tue Oct 2
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Cheers, Soldo son.

Northern Sold 11:35 Tue Oct 2
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Sven Roeder 12:04 Tue Oct 2

I think your word when it comes to fairness in sport and correct decisions is pretty poor...

* offers a sheet of sandpaper to Sven *

Northern Sold 11:33 Tue Oct 2
Re: A big decision went out way, v the mancs
Bolty you could be in Mile End and your head would still be offside at the Cesspit....

boltkunt 11:15 Tue Oct 2
Re: A big decision went out way, v the mancs
Half of his fucking leg was offside.

i recall NOLAN having a goal disallowed because his huge nose was offside at their place.

Funny how Jose berates the refs yet 95% of the time decisions go their way.

goose 11:14 Tue Oct 2
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he was offside, but who cares?? we get decisions go against us all the time.......... Nolan goal away at man utd, Ibra's offside goal, Jones squeeling like a little girl.

fuck 'em.

Mad Dog 12:18 Tue Oct 2
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Jack. If it were the other way round it wouldn't have got a mention

Sven Roeder 12:04 Tue Oct 2
Re: A big decision went out way, v the mancs
If he was a foot offside it would take one look to confirm that not dozens.
He was level so ONSIDE
West Ham 1 Man U 0

jack flash 11:50 Mon Oct 1
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Having studied it dozens of times I think Zabaleta was about a foot offside. Anderson definately wasn't
Maybe VAR would have disallowed it, maybe not. A very close call indeed
Had it been Man Utd's goal at OT it would have been allowed you could put your house on it
The 'goal' that they kept calling 'goal of the season' scored by Man Utd was actually about a yard or so offside but it was a good goal, & it was scored by Man Utd so it counted. None of the plaudits complained that it was offside
I believe that is the point of this thread?
Things might just slowly be changing in our favour
Picking fault with our goals only masks the fact that we outplayed, outfought & outfought them, though they would never admit to that!

bruuuno 10:59 Mon Oct 1
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The point of the thread was not whether or not our first goal was offside or not, more that in year gone by it would have been disallowed.

The worm is turning gentleman

Sven Roeder 10:58 Mon Oct 1
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Rashford didn’t celebrate because he knew it wasn’t really a corner.
And his manager HATES injustice

joe blob 10:55 Mon Oct 1
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No decisions went our way. Zab was onside and Rashford dived.

The only poor decision was the corner they got which led to the goal.

plankton 10:27 Mon Oct 1
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, 6:01 Mon Oct 1
The thing to bear in mind is that when Mourinho talks about the game he wants our first goal to be offside, our second shear luck out of the blue, a penalty for a WHU legitimate tackle, a foul on Rashford prior to our third goal and outrageous bad luck for Lukaku hitting the woodwork. And all of that is to defend his job which totally ignores the fact that we were clearly the better team.
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But of that lot, the only one applicable is the first one - since if offside had indeed have been given then none of the other incidents would have ever occurred as they did. We might have got five, Manu might have got a 2-2 draw. Everything changes at that one point in time.

CrowleyHammer 8:09 Mon Oct 1
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Rashford didnt even celebrate his goal, i don't think he gives a shit.

LAF 7:59 Mon Oct 1
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You’re wrong about JP. He’s very fair about us and....err... on the Bobby Moore thing about the club not treating him with respect, isn’t he right. Hang our heads in shame over that one.

gph 7:42 Mon Oct 1
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Mourinho will probably drop him for not complaining.

SUM A DING WONG 7:40 Mon Oct 1
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"I watched the Rashford incident several times last night and he didn't even complain. Good goal.

I noticed that, too. Rashford would of gone garrity if he'd actually been fouled.

Darlo Debs 6:26 Mon Oct 1
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quite possibly...its academic really, the fact is he virtually assaulted our player and scored a goal.that should never have been allowed given that play should have been stopped for the foul. Yet the media said naff all and concentrated on the goal. Arsewombles

Burnhammeronsea 6:26 Mon Oct 1
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Motd commentator Jonathan Pearce was a good pal of Bobby Moore when the club did Bob no favours when in retirement which was wrong. I still think he holds a grudge against us hence him keeping on about that deflected goal and even other aspect of the match which went against Manure.

gph 6:25 Mon Oct 1
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But your main point's right, of course.

Point out that Rooney shoved Tomkins while he was in the air, making him miss his header, and you're just a moaning West Ham spoilsport...

goose 6:25 Mon Oct 1
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last one that went our way that i can remember was Zamora's goal up at Blackburn that hit Tevez on the line.

maybe Reid's goal v Millwall when someone clattered their keeper??

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