Yeah - well Xhaka should have received an early yellow for the studs up tackle on Kane and easily could have had a few more in the match. It was sad to hear the announcers baffled all game wondering how he still hadn't been booked. Also, Kane's header that was waived off looked to be onside. A terrible job all around by the ref and his assistants.His PK was terrible. Spurs encroached early in the box: another blown call. Aubameyang should've buried the cross. Argh! But, to your point, that PK call was bad.
Apparently, the AR got the call correct:Mustafi with a seriously dumb bump on Kane from behind. Kane didn't even have a chance. Plus, the AR missed the offside call.
FA rules state that if "a player in an offside position is moving towards the ball with the intention of playing the ball and is fouled before playing or attempting to play the ball, or challenging an opponent for the ball, the foul is penalised as it has occurred before the offside offence."
I saw an article a few days ago that said he did a photo / video shoot to promote season ticket sales for next season. It would seem a bit strange for him to do that if they didn't have the intention of giving him the permanent job.One last thought, MU should lift the interim tag off of OGS. Total no-brainer.
No doubt. Definitely a great story and very well deserved. Oh, yeah, seems like a great guy too. Pure manna. Still don't like MU though, lol.I saw an article a few days ago that said he did a photo / video shoot to promote season ticket sales for next season. It would seem a bit strange for him to do that if they didn't have the intention of giving him the permanent job.
"attempting to play the ball" is pretty open to interpretation.Apparently, the AR got the call correct:
You do understand that they have brought in 1 player in the last 20+ months and have played every game away from home in the last 2 years, right? Most pundits picked them outside the Top 4 to begin the year. Yet they sit in 3rd and still control their own destiny.Spurs have begun their annual late season collapse. Dropping points right and left. Winner of united/arsenal will be right on their heels along with Chelsea. Not sure why the coach is continual link with bigger clubs considering he has never won a thing.
you should be happy with a 2-0 win over chelsea! spurs, arsenal, and united fans all thank you!This weekend's Premier League schedule (all times Central):
10:00 AM, NBCSN: Burnley vs. Leicester City
9:15 AM, NBCSN: Fulham vs. Liverpool
11:30 AM, NBCSN: Everton vs. Chelsea
This weekend is also the quarterfinal round in the FA Cup. Saturday is Watford-Crystal Palace, Swansea City-Manchester City, and Wolves-Manchester United. Sunday is Millwall-Brighton & Hove Albion.