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Sterling 18:37 - Nov 8 with 533 viewsMoeGreen

Interesting all this talk that Sterling should have told the ref it wasn’t a pen. I’ve never heard the opposite argument when a defender knows he’s brought the opponent down and a pen isn’t given - “err excuse me ref, I actually did touch him so you should give a pen”
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Sterling on 18:44 - Nov 8 with 497 viewsitfcjoe

I think that is a very fair point, not really thought of it like that though!

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Sterling on 19:04 - Nov 8 with 464 viewsPecker

It was embarrassing. He should have had a word with the ref. If the ref didn't change his mind, then so be it.
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Sterling on 19:28 - Nov 8 with 431 viewsMarshalls_Mullet

Sterling on 19:04 - Nov 8 by Pecker

It was embarrassing. He should have had a word with the ref. If the ref didn't change his mind, then so be it.


https://www.dailymail.co.uk/sport/football/article-4345834/20-years-Fowler-begs-

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Sterling on 19:48 - Nov 8 with 391 viewsJon_456

Sterling on 19:04 - Nov 8 by Pecker

It was embarrassing. He should have had a word with the ref. If the ref didn't change his mind, then so be it.


So when a defender clearly fouls the striker and the ref doesn’t award a pen, is the defender supposed to chase him and persuade him to give a penalty?

If I’m playing for Ipswich and that was me, there’s not a chance I’m telling the ref. If he gives a pen that’s his mistake, not mine.
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Sterling on 19:52 - Nov 8 with 386 viewsWD19

At the very least Sterling should have offered to take the penalty.
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Sterling on 20:07 - Nov 8 with 369 viewsGluedtoBlue

Genuine question to anyone here who thinks he should have owned up to not being fouled.

When Danny Haynes handles the ball over the line against Norwich how would you react if he persuaded the ref to scrap the goal and award a free-kick

The players play, the ref officiates. Simple.
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Sterling on 23:45 - Nov 8 with 254 viewsjeera

Sterling on 19:28 - Nov 8 by Marshalls_Mullet

https://www.dailymail.co.uk/sport/football/article-4345834/20-years-Fowler-begs-


Video won't load for me.

Was that the incident when RF actually put his hands together to form a 'dive' simulation?

If not then you may also recall that. He got the ref's attention and admitted he'd dived.

I couldn't stand the bloke back tbh, but was taken aback by that particular gesture.

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