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Writer:danielqpr
Date:Sunday January 1 2012
Time: 5:42PM

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Offside all day. Getting tired of all the blatant errors made by officials this season, and not just towards us - Newcastle penalty against rags? Spurs undone against Stoke? Chelsea against QPR? Too many errors, yet nothing is done about it - how are we supposed to respect the officials if they can't get the big decisions correct?
fifthcolumnblue
01/01/2012 17:48:00
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Video tech would be good with a time limit on decisions so as to not slow down the game. In the same time players surround the ref and scream their lungs out, a video referee could have watched a Sky replay from 3-4 angles and made a proper decision.
StuMCFC
01/01/2012 17:52:00
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it was off side no doubt and totally agree about the refs but you have to give sunderland credit they played really well against a team that could match most tams in the world right now..... and thats the closes thing your going to get to a compliment ;) happy new year fellas
muffdaddy1983
01/01/2012 18:03:00
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I will never respect Sunderland. They play cheap and cheat. Should have been 5 minutes of stoppage time for the two minutes Cattermole spent "injured" before sprinting back onto the pitch.
PhillyBlueMoon
01/01/2012 18:18:00
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Funny how a decision last week cost us two points against Everton with Webb giving a phantom penalty. We had the better chances and defended superbly. No cheating involved at all, grow a pair and admit defeat instead of being a typical arrogant manc who expects 3 points simply for turning up. JIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII
GazJohnson
02/01/2012 13:17:00
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OK Gaz"Troll"Johnson - jusdging by your small-minded comments in our forums, here's my take on things. We didn't deserve all three points, as we failed to convert our chances. But neither did you, as your goal was BLATANTLY offside, with the linesman a good two yards behind the pace of the game. Cattermole was clearly just time wasting and gained an advantage by going down when we were breaking dangerously. Don't give me any crap about how you deserved the win, a point each would have been the correct result - and can you imagine how outraged you'd be if we had scored a dodgy goal at the death? I rest my case. Enjoy being in 13th place, O'Neill's honeymoon period will soon be over and you'll realise you're still *****e.
fifthcolumnblue
02/01/2012 13:41:00
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