Don’t worry. Anthony Taylor is documented as not being a United fan.He put his arm on him.. the foul wasn't in the feet. He pushed him off balance. But I guess if you slow it down to 1/8 speed it looks like it's nothing.
edit: there have been multiple calls this game that have gone Man U's way.
I'm not sayin there's a conspiracy.. although there's a bit of PTSD from last year when Arsenal were screwed out of about 10 points due to various ref decisions.. including a number of PKs.Don’t worry. Anthony Taylor is documented as not being a United fan.
Guys from Liverpool generally don’t do LFC or
Everton matches, but Manchester-born refs? No problem.
What’s up with the calf rip in Maetinelli’s socks?
Not the best source, but here you go. Martinelli is not the only one. Not sure how credible the claim is regarding injury.However, one thing that was noticeable for supporters watching the game was the fact that the winger had two holes cut in his socks.
The reason that it is done is to release tension the socks put on the calf muscles, hoping to reduce the risk of injury that could be possible if left as usual. This isn't a new phenomenon, with the likes of Kyle Walker and Gareth Bale doing so for years.
Huh. I guess my calf muscles aren’t jacked enough to notice the pressure. Thanks.Not the best source, but here you go. Martinelli is not the only one. Not sure how credible the claim is regarding injury.
They are speed holes. They make you go faster.Not the best source, but here you go. Martinelli is not the only one. Not sure how credible the claim is regarding injury.
Dean helping out his mate Anthony Taylor to the UK crowd. Did Dean call Taylor ugly again?Arsenal v Juve or Arsenal v Notts County? Time will tell.
In other news. Sky Sports have Mike Dean sitting next to Gary Neville, on the gantry, to comment on (and i quote Peter Drury) 'Contentious Decisions'.
Not letting two goals in injury time...So let's see what West Ham are missing out on.
I have purchased some socks recently and noticed they’re quite a bit tighter than the ones I remember back in the day.. they don’t seem to flex as much in my experience or be as elastic.. they kind of feel thicker.Huh. I guess my calf muscles aren’t jacked enough to notice the pressure. Thanks.