6 responses

  1. Adrian
    September 24, 2012

    Let’s be clear about one thing–Man U did not win. The referees won. Again. For the umpteenth time in recent memory Man U was the sole beneficiary of bogus officiating.

    No team in sports (NBA doesn’t count since they’ve actually been caught rigging games and are about as legitimate as the WWE) is the beneficiary of incorrect officiating more than Manchester United.

    Not even teams caught in the match fixing scandals benefit to the extent that United do. Why even watch a game as an opposing fan? If the referees don’t gift them a penalty, they will be denying your team the same penalties or sending off players like a Pez dispenser on automatic.

    Season after season it’s a dozen games where United are handed the win. How are you supposed to compete with a team that’s going to get 20-30 points they don’t deserve every year?

  2. Reid
    September 24, 2012

    Mark Halsey turned in a MOTM performance

  3. Mike
    September 24, 2012

    This.

    It’s ridiculous. I refuse to even watch them anymore.

  4. Rowsdower
    September 24, 2012

    Yup. Agree with all of this. I couldn’t believe it.

  5. Shane
    September 24, 2012

    Yes, Man U is often the beneficiary of 50-50 calls, but that is all they were and that’s the nature of soccer. If you want to be sure of the win you have to beat your opponent and the ref.

  6. RK
    September 24, 2012

    Weird — the police are investigating if the lights were sabotaged at Rayo for the RM game yesterday.

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