Re: Ipswich

Don't think they'll be appealing that. What was he thinking?

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Re: Ipswich

Looked blatant. Even if he didn't put any force behind it, what was he (not) thinking? Dipstick.

So now we've got Saiz, Ayling and O'Kane out. Vieira injured? Looking forward to Millwall's visit.....

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Re: Ipswich

This.  Knusden ran into him to provoke a reaction.  Anything.  If O'Kane had just lifted an arm then he would have hit it and went down.  If he had lifted a knee he would have done the same.  It was a professional trap.  How to get a player sent off 101.  If O'Kane was canny he would have kept his arms down and thrown himself down as soon as Kuntsden made contact with him.  It's how the games played now.

A fan’s footage from behind the goal supports both cases. After Knudsen runs towards him, the “provocation” of which Christiansen has complained, O’Kane moves sideways towards him, dipping his head for leverage. You can hardly call it a headbutt. But after the contact, Knudsen goes down as if viciously struck, and O’Kane was snared: that’s football, where if a non-violent action results in a pretend-violence reaction, it’s a red card, all day long. O’Kane didn’t so much stick his head on Knudsen, as into Knudsen’s well laid trap.

The rest here.

Leeds United:  Boiling Barnsley's piss since 2018.

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