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PostPosted: Sun Jul 15, 2018 9:12 pm 
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World Cup is over now and African teams made no official complain about the horrible officiating towards African teams. Whenever an African team is playing, our opponents will label us as “physically strong and pacy” which isn’t a bad compliment. Unfortunately, referees follows these stereotypes and blow their whitsle easily against our teams. No one even pressurized FIFA or Uefa for their unjustly calls against our teams and in 4 years from now, we might still be discussing the same partial officials.


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PostPosted: Sun Jul 15, 2018 9:13 pm 
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At the highest level, impartial referees, and Good-luck can be the difference from group stage exit to semi final exit


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PostPosted: Sun Jul 15, 2018 9:20 pm 
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Give some examples then and let us discuss it.


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PostPosted: Sun Jul 15, 2018 11:17 pm 
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john12 wrote:
World Cup is over now and African teams made no official complain about the horrible officiating towards African teams. Whenever an African team is playing, our opponents will label us as “physically strong and pacy” which isn’t a bad compliment. Unfortunately, referees follows these stereotypes and blow their whitsle easily against our teams. No one even pressurized FIFA or Uefa for their unjustly calls against our teams and in 4 years from now, we might still be discussing the same partial officials.


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PostPosted: Sun Jul 15, 2018 11:32 pm 
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Yeah understood. But at the end of the day African teams aren’t good enough. CAF and African sides need a rethink

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PostPosted: Mon Jul 16, 2018 3:31 am 
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VAR........BULLSHIT!

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PostPosted: Mon Jul 16, 2018 9:36 am 
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VAR........BULLSHIT!

He and his FA have been fined for that comment. Like the English Fa, they don't notice your grievances, but take immediate action when you open mouth to yab them


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PostPosted: Mon Jul 16, 2018 5:10 pm 
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john12 wrote:
World Cup is over now and African teams made no official complain about the horrible officiating towards African teams. Whenever an African team is playing, our opponents will label us as “physically strong and pacy” which isn’t a bad compliment. Unfortunately, referees follows these stereotypes and blow their whitsle easily against our teams. No one even pressurized FIFA or Uefa for their unjustly calls against our teams and in 4 years from now, we might still be discussing the same partial officials.


Oga please stop it :sad: African teams were just rubbish

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PostPosted: Tue Jul 17, 2018 3:08 pm 
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see this thread: viewtopic.php?f=1&t=289850&hilit=corner+morocco

Plus:

1) Rojo handball v Nigeria - penalty not given.

2) Rojo kicks Iheanacho in the face with a reckless high kick (inside the area) - penalty not given.

3) Mascherano is allowed to play entire second half v Nigeria with blood streaming down his face (even though rules at all levels (even down to park amateur football) state that players must leave the pitch if they are bleeding).

4) The "refereeing" in the Spain v Morocco game was more like banditry. Morocco got screwed. Biggest royal d#$% since Charles and Camilla!

a) Pique should have been sent off in the first 10 minutes. He went in with a two-footed, studs up, off the floor "tackle" that could have crippled an opponent. No red card, not even a yellow, not even a red.

b) Pique (AGAIN!) handballed on the edge of the Spain area in the second half. He was standing 5 feet away from the ref (who was looking right at him) yet the ref gave nothing. It was so blatant that from a distance at first, it looked as if Pique actually caught the ball with his hand.

c) The Spain "equaliser" in the 92nd minute was an utter shambles of refereeing that should make the officials hang their heads in shame. It was not a corner - the ball had crossed the line and gone out of play for a Moroccan goal kick before a Moroccan player touched it. How on earth did VAR not spot that? Spain took the corner from the opposite side of the pitch to where the ball went out of play. The referee was not even looking when Spain took the corner, because they took it from the opposite side to where the ball went out of play and to where he told them to take it from. How could the ref, assistant on the pitch, 4th official, and 5 guys in the VAR room not spot that?!

5) Portugal v Morocco:

(a) Jose Fonte (nowhere near the ball) bodychecks Moroccan striker to the ground in the area with a flying shoulder tackle that Brock Lesnar would be proud of. No penalty.

(b) Guerrero hauled Amrabat to the ground inside the Portugal area. No penalty.

(c) Over 40 fouls committed in the game (many by Guerrero). Yet only 1 yellow card issued by that American clown Mark Geiger (same ref who allowed France and Matuidi to execute a murderous contract hit assassination attempt on Onazi at WC 2014 that the Mafia would have been proud of).

(d) Portugal take a corner in the 4th minute, Pepe knocks a Moroccan defender to the ground just as he is about to head the ball away. As he crashes to the ground, CR7 heads in the loose ball. Ref Mark Geiger does nothing. Oyinbo commentators do not mention the foul despite it being blatant on the replay.

As Amrabat said: "VAR - is bull---t!"

6) Everyone is talking about how "unlucky" Senegal were to be eliminated on fair play. Hardly anyone mentions that the 2 crucial cautions came in the dying minutes of their game v Japan. A game in which the Japanese tried to "handle" the physically stronger Senegalese with constant and blatant fouling throughout the match (which the ref did not punish with yellow cards). He remembered he had yellow cards in his pocket only in the dying minutes of the match.


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Give some examples then and let us discuss it.


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