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Author:  Conroy [ Thu Mar 21, 2013 8:34 am ]
Post subject:  Re: O/T Mcmanaman's tackle/FA

Starbug wrote:He went for the ball , and got the ball , it was an accident , a warning would be the right action , in fact there were several deliberate tackles done by Newcastle players later in the match that could have resulted in players being sent off

As for the Newcastle assistant , the correct action again


Couldn't agree more. It was an accident but he does make serious contact with the player so if he had been banned I wouldn't have complained.

The challenges on Kone, Alcaraz and Scharner were deliberate and intended to hurt. They're the types of tackle we should be outlawing.

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Author:  paul kearsey [ Sat Mar 23, 2013 5:59 pm ]
Post subject:  Re: O/T Mcmanaman's tackle/FA

Perch got booked for that. The handball for the winner was deliberate, as was Macmanamans seconds after his disgusting tackle. No bookings there though.

Author:  Conroy [ Sat Mar 23, 2013 10:41 pm ]
Post subject:  Re: O/T Mcmanaman's tackle/FA

paul kearsey wrote:Perch got booked for that. The handball for the winner was deliberate, as was Macmanamans seconds after his disgusting tackle. No bookings there though.


So you're saying that Callum should at most have only been booked for his challenge then and not hung from the Douglas Bridge like some are pointing out? As I said, his was accidental. I'm not sure the same can be said for the Newcastle challenges in the second half.

Regards the handball, I'll see you the sending off of Figueroa at Newcastle that ended the game after just 12 minutes.

Newcastle lose moral high ground

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