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West Brom incensed with referee for giving correct decisions against them

October 29, 2011 Leave a comment Go to comments

West Brom are continuing to put the entirety of the blame for their defeat by Liverpool on the shoulders of referee Lee Mason as he dared to give several decision against them correctly, despite them having the home advantage and assumed bias.

The sense of injustice began when Mason gave a penalty for a foul on Luis Suarez, although many Baggies felt he had made a terrible mistake by making a decision that actually went in the Uruguayan’s favour.

One furious home fan said, “Mason is effectively supporting racism and diving by giving Suarez a penalty.

“I don’t need to see a replay – or even the incident itself – to know Suarez went to ground without the slightest contact.

“And abused everyone nearby on the way down too.”

Baggies boss Roy Hodson was slightly calmer, “If I was still in charge at Anfield, players like Suarez wouldn’t be allowed to wear the shirt.

“Every man on the pitch would be fair, honest and gentlemanly.

“Not to mention below-average or just plain abysmal in regards to his playing ability.”

  1. October 30, 2011 at 09:47

    Me likes.

    Liverpool and Liverpool fans are a constant source of amusement. Have you ever seen that ‘Dear Mr Hicks’ video that a load of Liverpool fans put out? Dear God it is cringeworthy stuff – http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RO55BazkiZ4

    • October 30, 2011 at 10:12

      Yes can’t argue with you there! The problem is that each club thinks itself better than the rest. For Liverpool I think this is accentuated by them being the most successful in England for many years and the fans thinking so, but no-one else caring, This persists even now with the club insisting in it one of, if not the, biggest English club, but no-one else cares. Hilarity normally ensues!

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