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PostPosted: Sat Dec 09, 2017 6:31 pm 
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So, benteke wrestled the ball out of his teammate to take the penalty. Benteke misses. Now, Hodgson comes of tv to blame Benteke and speak about how "oh! I was too far away to say anything! If it was a trainingv session, I would have been able to stop him."

Uhmm! Roy! YOU ARE A COWARD!

Some weeks ago, Lukaku had not scored a goal in a while and when a penalty was given, he took the ball. Mourinho screamed at him to give the ball to Daley Blind! Mourinho was heard on the pitch ! Roy, Like mourinho, if you had open your mouth, your player would have heard you! Truth is that you didnt care at the time because you were hoping Benteke would score. Now that he missed it, you want to pile on him like the poor manager that you are.

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They should just accept it and move on

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any manager that didnt do his most outrageous to stop a Benteke from taking today's penalty kick is a proper misfit. Dude does not even know what it means to score anymore.

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How will Benteke live with himself after costing his team two points with his selfishness? There is no I in the word team.

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Ayo Akinfe wrote:
How will Benteke live with himself after costing his team two points with his selfishness? There is no I in the word team.


His coward coach should have protected him. That’s what a good manager does! Bentley has not scored for months, of course he wants to score! But as the coach, you protect him from possibly missing such an important penalty, which will destroy him!

Tomorrow now, the coward will drop Benteke from the team to show “yea.. I am the boss and I am purnishing him.” How does that help?

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danfo driver wrote:
Ayo Akinfe wrote:
How will Benteke live with himself after costing his team two points with his selfishness? There is no I in the word team.


His coward coach should have protected him. That’s what a good manager does! Bentley has not scored for months, of course he wants to score! But as the coach, you protect him from possibly missing such an important penalty, which will destroy him!

Tomorrow now, the coward will drop Benteke from the team to show “yea.. I am the boss and I am purnishing him.” How does that help?


Benteke was selfish. The stakes were too high for him to push the designated taker away and seek personal glory.

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Why should Hodgson protect Benteke for disobeying the managers instructions? Milivojevic is the designated penalty taker it was his responsibility to take the second penalty. I am all for managers protecting players when they are being unfairly targeted but Benteke bought this all on himself he deserves all the grief he is catching for this. If you are going to insist you take a penalty you had better make sure you score.

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Chimurenga Rebel wrote:
Why should Hodgson protect Benteke for disobeying the managers instructions? Milivojevic is the designated penalty taker it was his responsibility to take the second penalty. I am all for managers protecting players when they are being unfairly targeted but Benteke bought this all on himself he deserves all the grief he is catching for this. If you are going to insist you take a penalty you had better make sure you score.

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Chimurenga Rebel wrote:
Why should Hodgson protect Benteke for disobeying the managers instructions? Milivojevic is the designated penalty taker it was his responsibility to take the second penalty. I am all for managers protecting players when they are being unfairly targeted but Benteke bought this all on himself he deserves all the grief he is catching for this. If you are going to insist you take a penalty you had better make sure you score.



Was that the team goal or getting all 3 points? If Hodgson cared to get the 3 points, he would have ensured Benteke didn't take the penalty.


But if the grief was all that mattered, mission accomplished.

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Ayo Akinfe wrote:
danfo driver wrote:
Ayo Akinfe wrote:
How will Benteke live with himself after costing his team two points with his selfishness? There is no I in the word team.


His coward coach should have protected him. That’s what a good manager does! Bentley has not scored for months, of course he wants to score! But as the coach, you protect him from possibly missing such an important penalty, which will destroy him!

Tomorrow now, the coward will drop Benteke from the team to show “yea.. I am the boss and I am purnishing him.” How does that help?


Benteke was selfish. The stakes were too high for him to push the designated taker away and seek personal glory.


Of course he was! He is a striker! He hasnt scored for months! he felt like that was the chance to get that monkey off his back. Thats exactly what every striker will do--- Lukaku tried to do it 3 weeks ago. That is where the coach steps in and says "NO! I am going to protect you!" Mouriho did it 3 weeks ago. Hodgson failed! Thats the difference between a top coach and a crap coach.

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PostPosted: Sun Dec 10, 2017 3:25 pm 
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Chimurenga Rebel wrote:
Why should Hodgson protect Benteke for disobeying the managers instructions? Milivojevic is the designated penalty taker it was his responsibility to take the second penalty. I am all for managers protecting players when they are being unfairly targeted but Benteke bought this all on himself he deserves all the grief he is catching for this. If you are going to insist you take a penalty you had better make sure you score.


Read my statement. The protection should have come by Hodgson making sure that benteke did not take the penalty. Truth is the Hodgson didnt give a damn at the time, or perhaps, as a poor coach, didnt even think about it.

p.s-- as a manager, no matter how bad your player is, you protect him. You can discipline him, even publicly, but you protect him.

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PostPosted: Sun Dec 10, 2017 3:26 pm 
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balo wrote:
Chimurenga Rebel wrote:
Why should Hodgson protect Benteke for disobeying the managers instructions? Milivojevic is the designated penalty taker it was his responsibility to take the second penalty. I am all for managers protecting players when they are being unfairly targeted but Benteke bought this all on himself he deserves all the grief he is catching for this. If you are going to insist you take a penalty you had better make sure you score.



Was that the team goal or getting all 3 points? If Hodgson cared to get the 3 points, he would have ensured Benteke didn't take the penalty.


But if the grief was all that mattered, mission accomplished.


Thank you bro. You can tell by responses, which person supports a big team. :D

Truth is that like Mourinho did 3 weeks ago, Hodgson could have screamed his head off and sent someone to run to benteke and tell him to give the ball to another player. He didnt! He didnt because he wasnt thinking about it or he just didnt care. Had benteke scored, he'd have not said anything.

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PostPosted: Sun Dec 10, 2017 3:32 pm 
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I will pile on Benteke myself! Nonsense i hate players who put themselves before team. There is a reason it is called team work, you dont just wake up one the field and break ranks just because you have something in the contract that pays yoi for goals scored. You dont just break ranks with laid down procedure, not only did it cost the team, it goes further than that, it also breaks team unity and spirit.
For a team facing ab uphil task of climbing out of relegation, this is not the time for personal glory...according to Roy, the team had a dedicated penalty taker...why break ranks?

I was the highlights yesterday, if i was on the field the fool wont take that penalty,as i would wade in and ask the dedicated taker to take it. If he wants to earn his bonus for goals scored, let him work his arse off for it.

We love to jump to the defence of a black or foreign players, fine, but we must learn not to defend the indefensible!

This kind of silly antics destroy all the hard work of a coach and get them sacked!

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danfo driver wrote:
balo wrote:
Chimurenga Rebel wrote:
Why should Hodgson protect Benteke for disobeying the managers instructions? Milivojevic is the designated penalty taker it was his responsibility to take the second penalty. I am all for managers protecting players when they are being unfairly targeted but Benteke bought this all on himself he deserves all the grief he is catching for this. If you are going to insist you take a penalty you had better make sure you score.



Was that the team goal or getting all 3 points? If Hodgson cared to get the 3 points, he would have ensured Benteke didn't take the penalty.


But if the grief was all that mattered, mission accomplished.


Thank you bro. You can tell by responses, which person supports a big team. :D

Truth is that like Mourinho did 3 weeks ago, Hodgson could have screamed his head off and sent someone to run to benteke and tell him to give the ball to another player. He didnt! He didnt because he wasnt thinking about it or he just didnt care. Had benteke scored, he'd have not said anything.

That is not true, you are making assumptions here. To start with Jose and Roy are different personalities, yes one might chose to take action on the field,the other might opt to do so in the dressing room.

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oloye wrote:
danfo driver wrote:
balo wrote:
Chimurenga Rebel wrote:
Why should Hodgson protect Benteke for disobeying the managers instructions? Milivojevic is the designated penalty taker it was his responsibility to take the second penalty. I am all for managers protecting players when they are being unfairly targeted but Benteke bought this all on himself he deserves all the grief he is catching for this. If you are going to insist you take a penalty you had better make sure you score.



Was that the team goal or getting all 3 points? If Hodgson cared to get the 3 points, he would have ensured Benteke didn't take the penalty.


But if the grief was all that mattered, mission accomplished.


Thank you bro. You can tell by responses, which person supports a big team. :D

Truth is that like Mourinho did 3 weeks ago, Hodgson could have screamed his head off and sent someone to run to benteke and tell him to give the ball to another player. He didnt! He didnt because he wasnt thinking about it or he just didnt care. Had benteke scored, he'd have not said anything.

That is not true, you are making assumptions here. To start with Jose and Roy are different personalities, yes one might chose to take action on the field,the other might opt to do so in the dressing room.



Well, one got his 3 points, and the other didnt.

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danfo driver wrote:
Ayo Akinfe wrote:
danfo driver wrote:
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How will Benteke live with himself after costing his team two points with his selfishness? There is no I in the word team.


His coward coach should have protected him. That’s what a good manager does! Bentley has not scored for months, of course he wants to score! But as the coach, you protect him from possibly missing such an important penalty, which will destroy him!

Tomorrow now, the coward will drop Benteke from the team to show “yea.. I am the boss and I am purnishing him.” How does that help?


Benteke was selfish. The stakes were too high for him to push the designated taker away and seek personal glory.


Of course he was! He is a striker! He hasnt scored for months! he felt like that was the chance to get that monkey off his back. Thats exactly what every striker will do--- Lukaku tried to do it 3 weeks ago. That is where the coach steps in and says "NO! I am going to protect you!" Portugese Dwarf :mrgreen: did it 3 weeks ago. Hodgson failed! Thats the difference between a top coward and a crap coach.


Totally agreed :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol:

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zee wrote:
danfo driver wrote:
Ayo Akinfe wrote:
danfo driver wrote:
Ayo Akinfe wrote:
How will Benteke live with himself after costing his team two points with his selfishness? There is no I in the word team.


His coward coach should have protected him. That’s what a good manager does! Bentley has not scored for months, of course he wants to score! But as the coach, you protect him from possibly missing such an important penalty, which will destroy him!

Tomorrow now, the coward will drop Benteke from the team to show “yea.. I am the boss and I am purnishing him.” How does that help?


Benteke was selfish. The stakes were too high for him to push the designated taker away and seek personal glory.


Of course he was! He is a striker! He hasnt scored for months! he felt like that was the chance to get that monkey off his back. Thats exactly what every striker will do--- Lukaku tried to do it 3 weeks ago. That is where the coach steps in and says "NO! I am going to protect you!" Portugese Dwarf :mrgreen: did it 3 weeks ago. Hodgson failed! Thats the difference between a top coward and a crap coach.


Totally agreed :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol:


mourinho is 5'9 my friend! That is petite size, not dwarf! :veryangry:

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danfo driver wrote:
zee wrote:
danfo driver wrote:
Ayo Akinfe wrote:
danfo driver wrote:
Ayo Akinfe wrote:
How will Benteke live with himself after costing his team two points with his selfishness? There is no I in the word team.


His coward coach should have protected him. That’s what a good manager does! Bentley has not scored for months, of course he wants to score! But as the coach, you protect him from possibly missing such an important penalty, which will destroy him!

Tomorrow now, the coward will drop Benteke from the team to show “yea.. I am the boss and I am purnishing him.” How does that help?


Benteke was selfish. The stakes were too high for him to push the designated taker away and seek personal glory.


Of course he was! He is a striker! He hasnt scored for months! he felt like that was the chance to get that monkey off his back. Thats exactly what every striker will do--- Lukaku tried to do it 3 weeks ago. That is where the coach steps in and says "NO! I am going to protect you!" Portugese Dwarf :mrgreen: did it 3 weeks ago. Hodgson failed! Thats the difference between a top coward and a crap coach.


Totally agreed :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol:


mourinho is 5'9 my friend! That is petite size, not dwarf! :veryangry:


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danfo driver wrote:
Ayo Akinfe wrote:
danfo driver wrote:
Ayo Akinfe wrote:
How will Benteke live with himself after costing his team two points with his selfishness? There is no I in the word team.


His coward coach should have protected him. That’s what a good manager does! Bentley has not scored for months, of course he wants to score! But as the coach, you protect him from possibly missing such an important penalty, which will destroy him!

Tomorrow now, the coward will drop Benteke from the team to show “yea.. I am the boss and I am purnishing him.” How does that help?


Benteke was selfish. The stakes were too high for him to push the designated taker away and seek personal glory.


Of course he was! He is a striker! He hasnt scored for months! he felt like that was the chance to get that monkey off his back. Thats exactly what every striker will do--- Lukaku tried to do it 3 weeks ago. That is where the coach steps in and says "NO! I am going to protect you!" Mouriho did it 3 weeks ago. Hodgson failed! Thats the difference between a top coach and a crap coach.

Danfo i think you are missing the point.Jose is a top manager and Roy is not that alone is enough to know why he could not protect him.The man is not a horrible person as you suggest,he is not just good enough to be a coach but since he is one of them he will get a job in England any time he want.


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zee wrote:
danfo driver wrote:
zee wrote:
danfo driver wrote:
Ayo Akinfe wrote:
danfo driver wrote:
Ayo Akinfe wrote:
How will Benteke live with himself after costing his team two points with his selfishness? There is no I in the word team.


His coward coach should have protected him. That’s what a good manager does! Bentley has not scored for months, of course he wants to score! But as the coach, you protect him from possibly missing such an important penalty, which will destroy him!

Tomorrow now, the coward will drop Benteke from the team to show “yea.. I am the boss and I am purnishing him.” How does that help?


Benteke was selfish. The stakes were too high for him to push the designated taker away and seek personal glory.


Of course he was! He is a striker! He hasnt scored for months! he felt like that was the chance to get that monkey off his back. Thats exactly what every striker will do--- Lukaku tried to do it 3 weeks ago. That is where the coach steps in and says "NO! I am going to protect you!" Portugese Dwarf :mrgreen: did it 3 weeks ago. Hodgson failed! Thats the difference between a top coward and a crap coach.


Totally agreed :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol:


mourinho is 5'9 my friend! That is petite size, not dwarf! :veryangry:


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Na lie! Kloop wore high heels to work that day. See evidence below showing they are the same height!

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Na lie! Kloop wore high heels to work that day. See evidence below showing they are the same height!



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Hodgson tried to get word to Benteke to drop the gall but was unable to. League rules do not allow coaches on to the pitch.

Palace’s other players should have acted. They should just have taken Benteke aside quietly and explained matters to him.

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Hodgson tried to get word to Benteke to drop the gall but was unable to. League rules do not allow coaches on to the pitch.

Palace’s other players should have acted. They should just have taken Benteke aside quietly and explained matters to him.


I suspect league rules also disallow coaches from:

1. asking a player on the pitch to run to Benteke and instruct him to step aside; and

2. having a substitute or asst. coach run to behind the post (where players warm up) and scream at Benteke?

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