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Isaac
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Feb 21, 2012, 4:17 PM

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Can anybody explain how the FA can overturn Rory Delap's red card at Crawley having previously upheld the red card issued to Vincent Kompany against Man Utd?


buncranaboy
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Kompany is a foreigner.

Different rules apply to home players, witness the Rooney appeal by the same bunch of hypocrites


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Interesting comment considering Rory Delap is from Ireland the Southern part.


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And what is the linguistic root of 'Delap'? Anglicised Gaelic or something European?


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Interesting comment considering Rory Delap is from Ireland the Southern part.



In this context, I consider our lot to be home-based i.e. British Isles

Our games are all on UK stations, so we must beTongue


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I think Stoke did quite well out of this as the ref had a bit of a mare - Delap wrongly sent off then Crawley didn't get a pen when Shawcross shoved an attacker in the back in the box, then got a very questionale penalty and finally Andrews got away with handling on the line which would have meant a pen to Crawley, a red and a ban for Andrews.


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Can anybody explain how the FA can overturn Rory Delap's red card at Crawley having previously upheld the red card issued to Vincent Kompany against Man Utd?


Perhaps a better comparisam would be Robert Huth who had his appeal turned down despite appearing to pull out of the challenge. No reason for the inconsistancies IMO



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Buy one, get one free ?


Isaac
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I think Stoke did quite well out of this as the ref had a bit of a mare - Delap wrongly sent off then Crawley didn't get a pen when Shawcross shoved an attacker in the back in the box, then got a very questionale penalty and finally Andrews got away with handling on the line which would have meant a pen to Crawley, a red and a ban for Andrews.



I only saw brief highlights of the game so I can't comment on any other controversial incidents but that tackle from Delap looked a 'stonewall red card', apparently the victim had stud marks on his leg.

Would it be too much to expect somebody from that FA to explain the reason(s) why the red card was overturned and what is and isn't a red card tackle?


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I think Stoke did quite well out of this as the ref had a bit of a mare - Delap wrongly sent off then Crawley didn't get a pen when Shawcross shoved an attacker in the back in the box, then got a very questionale penalty and finally Andrews got away with handling on the line which would have meant a pen to Crawley, a red and a ban for Andrews.



I only saw brief highlights of the game so I can't comment on any other controversial incidents but that tackle from Delap looked a 'stonewall red card', apparently the victim had stud marks on his leg.

Would it be too much to expect somebody from that FA to explain the reason(s) why the red card was overturned and what is and isn't a red card tackle?


Totally agree with Red Adder, and for once the FA did the right thing. This red card thing was supposed to be for 2 footed tackles where the player leaves the ground, now the players are getting sent off for any kind of tackle. One footed tackles with your studs showing is still dangerous, and should be a booking.


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Can anybody explain how the FA can overturn Rory Delap's red card at Crawley having previously upheld the red card issued to Vincent Kompany against Man Utd?


Perhaps a better comparisam would be Robert Huth who had his appeal turned down despite appearing to pull out of the challenge. No reason for the inconsistancies IMO


Robert Huth is also a foreigner.

 
 


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