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30 Apr 2019 16:56:33
Hourianes punch wasn't deemed violent conduct
Effing joke.

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30 Apr 2019 17:50:17
Typical of the FA when it comes to LUFC, totally biased against us. Bamford correctly dealt with, but they always see it one way as they did with Canos in the home game against Brentford. Houriane was an absolute disgrace in the incident on Sunday, but gets away scott free. I don't know how the decision makers can sleep straight in bed. Let's win the Play Offs and totally p*ss them off.

30 Apr 2019 17:50:37
Even Danny Kelly on Talksport last night thought Hourihane deserve ex a red card (not yellow) for his conduct immediately after Klich's goal and then he comes back in with the post-match punch - which Kelly seemed not to be aware of - given no mention of Grealish trying to hide the punch from view.

30 Apr 2019 17:50:38
So punching somebody in the stomach is not now violent conduct. Wow!

Where did you hear that Richie?

30 Apr 2019 17:53:54
On talksport first, even Durham is saying its shocking, all over Twitter aswell, I coach under 11s, might tell them it's ok to throw punches.

30 Apr 2019 18:05:06
So headbutting is OK and punching in the stomach is OK.

That is just as long as you do it to a Leeds player.

Glad the FA have cleared that up.

30 Apr 2019 18:23:40
Strangulation as gone down as non violent as well on an opponent player🤪.

30 Apr 2019 20:02:10

Think you might find it's only if it's a Leeds player.

It's called the Leeds Syndrome.

Very simple really. It goes like this. The FA/ EFL have made a rule, there are two parts to it. It goes like this.

"1. If they, the FA/ EFL, think Leeds should be punished, even though they have broken no rule, make a big catchall statement up and punish them through that.

2. When it is clear to the whole football world that Leeds have been badly sinned against, or indeed players of Leeds have been violently attacked. Then they the FA/ EFL will hide behind a convened "panel of three former referees" who, of course, are to remain anonymous, who will in every instance find that there is no case to answer.

The Leeds Syndrome has to remain a secret to all but the top brass at both organisations. "

Hope that clears it all up. 😁😁.

30 Apr 2019 20:20:17
So surely the guy who tapped Grealish one can appeal his prosecution? I can walk into a Sam Smiths pub, and clat the barman for putting an oversized head on my pint? The FA are now the new lawmakers for English society? Bunch of jokers!

01 May 2019 07:19:17
I’m very surprised Pontus didn’t get a 2 match ban for trying to stop the goal being scored 😂.



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