Discussion in 'Molineux Mix' started by The Fat Bloke, Feb 12, 2018.
Point taken, let’s move on.
What a joke , he clearly struck out at Jota and yet another weak decision from them.
How so ??? He blocked the clearance and won the ball almost nicking a goal ?
There's a job waiting for the panel as TMO's in rugby union.
Not really a surprise because as I said either earlier in this thread or in a diffrent one it would have to be picked up by an official broadcasters' camera. The only footage that I have seen of this incident was that from a fans phone.
I genuinely can't believe the reaction on here. If you've actually watched it you will see it is a push. A PUSH!
And you want players to get three game bans for that! Crazy stuff.
Fair play to the FA, right call.
Don't forget the ultimate farce-Milijas against Arsenal
And a 3 game ban that benefits us in no way whatsoever, by weakening QPR in games against the chasing pack.
Jota has probably forgotten about this, so we should probably just.....
I take it you are being ironic?
You can guarantee if it had been one of our players being investigated the ****ers would have banned him!
If those are the rules so be it but why does it have to be unanimous as opposed to a majority?
One suspects then that the decision was 2-1 in favour of taking action because if it was the other way round they would have found him not guilty if that makes sense?
The FA have adjudicated but i think its a strange one.
filmed evidence pushing someone to the ground and getting away with it - didn't know jack robinson was a copper
Not in the slightest. Jota went into that very hard - you can still win the ball with a dangerous tackle.
That incident totally undermined any confidence I had in the FA, and they were rightly totally screwed by the Sky Sports panel when they discussed it.
It wasn't a nasty tackle at all he blocked the ball
Amazed they had time to squeeze this in in between their crash course in Portuguese and investigating Matt Doherty's family tree
Whilst forgetting to deal with the Millwall racism issue
See your point as to what it was, but he went out of his way to do it.
Pretty clear that they are saying they got three people to look at it and there is not enough evidence for retrospective action. Probably the wrong decision but for absolutely the right reasons. The last thing football actually needs is video evidence being ignored completely, but likewise we do not want inconclusive evidence being used either as that could end up with wrong results too. We have to accept that sometimes people get off with things because of not enough evidence, and sometimes they get penalised because there is enough evidence. This one fell into the not enough evidence as no one can tell from the video exactly what force was used, but we know it was a single push, shove, smack, punch, poke or tickle and has not been treated as a rampaging attack... which is probably right.
An alternative viewpoint, I wonder if they are secretly Wolves supporters hence no ban so Robinson is available to play against a few teams who are the closest rivals, someone did post the games on this thread.
They actually said it wasn't a unanimous verdict so it suggests 2 said yes and 1 said no.They don't allow majority verdicts .
Perhaps Martin Glenn had the casting vote
Also, dude knows that what he did was serious enough to be looked at but that he got away with it this time.
That might act as a deterrent.
The correct decision, unfortunately the angle is terrible, it looks like he slaps or pushes him but you can't ban someone because he probably did something, you need clear footage that proves it beyond doubt.
Jonzy, the absolute worst was Bully's sending off v Oldham in one of our promotion run ins, meaning Bully was banned.
Roy Pearson was the ref, I trained him on some eqpt in the 80's so I rang him up at his work in Peterlee to try and get him to rescind the card, when he refused I spoke to his boss and offered him a huge discount off his next order if he fired him... didn't work, but I tried to do my bit.
I didn't think it was clear when I saw it, but didn't want to be shouted down, shrug your shoulders and move on, the QPR game has gone look forward to PNE.
I agree but with Milijas Attwell had made quite a few contentious decisions and all the FA did was protect him rather than look at the validity of the decision .
The craziest thing is despite watching loads of stuff on youtube I didn't know you could change the speed until this!
I thought it was a clear offence but I agree with those saying it was push in the chest any maybe it went up a bit, but he didn't swing his arm.
On the other (irrelevant) parts, clearly no intent and I don't think he trod on his hand, but did catch his head after accidentally stepping on the heel so you can see why Robinson might have been a bit upset. Absoutely nothing wrong with Jota's tackle on the keeper.
Not clear cut, and therefore a correct decision IMO.
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