BFTG Villa

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Re: BFTG Villa

by Hound » 02 Feb 2019 21:56

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Fcuking hell, that’s brutal

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Re: BFTG Villa

by 72 bus » 02 Feb 2019 22:09

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I always enjoy you're "I know goalkeeping" routine.


My extensive qualifications and experience in the subject enjoy it to. Notice everyone laughs at your footballing opinions Ian? Doesn't that tell you something? You're just a big joke here.


What I’m enjoying, is the mangling of the English language and grammar you two clowns are dishing up whilst attempting to land blows on each other, like piss addled tramps fighting over a dead pigeon.


Leon, Iv'e just come back from the Pub, proper pissed and that made me spit my Strongbow at my monitor.

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Re: BFTG Villa

by Muskrat » 02 Feb 2019 22:10

Those injuries are horrific :o Best wishes to him for a speedy recovery

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Re: BFTG Villa

by NewCorkSeth » 02 Feb 2019 22:13

Regardless of whether or not it was accidental it was 100% avoidable. It is not natural instinct for Mings to put his foot down like that. Anyone who has played football or rugby at any decent, competitive level has been in a similar situation and knows exactly how easy it is to avoid contact. If he doesn't get a ban retroactively I will be shocked. Shocked I tells ya.

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Re: BFTG Villa

by Franchise FC » 02 Feb 2019 22:17

... and Mings has form, don't forget


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Re: BFTG Villa

by Zip » 02 Feb 2019 22:19

I hope the FA look at this incident. I find it very hard to believe this was accidental.

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Re: BFTG Villa

by Zip » 02 Feb 2019 22:20

NewCorkSeth Regardless of whether or not it was accidental it was 100% avoidable. It is not natural instinct for Mings to put his foot down like that. Anyone who has played football or rugby at any decent, competitive level has been in a similar situation and knows exactly how easy it is to avoid contact. If he doesn't get a ban retroactively I will be shocked. Shocked I tells ya.


Yes of course. He has either been at best very careless or at worst a thug.

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Re: BFTG Villa

by Hound » 02 Feb 2019 22:23

Like the Zlatan one it’s incredibly difficult to tell if there was any intention

I do think he could have at the very least made more of an effort not to land on his face like that though

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Re: BFTG Villa

by windermereROYAL » 02 Feb 2019 22:24

Very similar to when Cooper of Leeds stamped on Reece Oxford, didn`t he get a long ban, something like 10 games?
What ever happens it looks like are loanee injury jinx has struck once again.
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Re: BFTG Villa

by Eaststandman » 02 Feb 2019 22:24

I thought the rule of thumb was, "if it had been a team mate could you have avoided standing on his face"?

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Re: BFTG Villa

by Scutterbucketz » 02 Feb 2019 22:25

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Ah mate if only you’d been in the ED stand. It was epic.


I was kind of hoping you’d see me in Y19 dressed all in black, taking up 3 seats and looking thoroughly fukkkng put out.

I do t know if they played well compared with previous weeks. All I know is I was critically bored. Maybe this is all on me? Some part of me might have died.

Possibly my boredom threshold as a direct result of the huge rise of internet culture? ; Whenever I’m bored usually I whip out my phone and start watching cat videos. Not an option in Y19.


I think all the excitement of the snow tired you out and you just couldn't get yourself up for the game. It was one of the all time great 0-0 draws.


That’s possible. Except before and now after Im having a fukkkng great time. Just wowed my missus and her friend with my magic thumbs routine. That’s nothing sexual, just a dance art form I like to indulge in.

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Re: BFTG Villa

by Snowflake Royal » 02 Feb 2019 22:31

Hound Like the Zlatan one it’s incredibly difficult to tell if there was any intention

I do think he could have at the very least made more of an effort not to land on his face like that though

Zlatan one looks more deliberate to me, but not certain. There's the barest hint on Oliveira of not putting his full weight through it, although his face suggests otherwise.

Two in a few years is highly suspicious, but I tend towards not thinking malice where it could be an accident.

I can't see the FA doing anything personally, there's no way I could call that either way on balance of probability.

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Re: BFTG Villa

by TBM » 02 Feb 2019 22:39

https://www.trollfootball.me/videos/vie ... n-oliviera


"Tyrone Mings should be charged with Assault (ABH) and banned by the #FA.
I've studied the video and with great knowledge of anatomy and human movement, the foot down on Oliveiras face was an unnatural movement. Mings extended his hip as opposed to a natural flexion which would have taken his foot beyond Oliveiras head. 100% convinced this was deliberate. 1 stride before his left foot comes down with an extending knee and flexed hip (natural movement) complete opposite to the stamping stride!"


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Re: BFTG Villa

by biff » 02 Feb 2019 22:41

100% very obviously intentional. Im phucking fuming.

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Re: BFTG Villa

by Lower West » 02 Feb 2019 22:44

URZZZZ Had high hopes for Gomes after QPR but I just can't see it


Opposition set-up differently. Aston Villa pressed high virtually all game. Whereas QPR were happy to defend deep. Allowing Reading to play in front of them. Same as Man Utd. Gomes is effectively having a preseason in season.

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Re: BFTG Villa

by Zip » 02 Feb 2019 22:51

biff 100% very obviously intentional. Im phucking fuming.


We’ve all played football albeit at a much lower level. I find it very hard to believe that any of us have inadvertently stamped on somebody’s face like this. I think it’s deliberate. Twice in two years. Wow.

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Re: BFTG Villa

by Nameless » 02 Feb 2019 22:53

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Opposition set-up differently. Aston Villa pressed high virtually all game. Whereas QPR were happy to defend deep. Allowing Reading to play in front of them. Same as Man Utd. Gomes is effectively having a preseason in season.


Villa’s press was highly inconsistent, almost looked like they didn’t really know what they were doing.
Sometimes they closed us down quickly in numbers, sometimes 1 tried to close down but the rest dropped off. A few times they initially dropped off then rather belatedly pushed up on us. I thought we dealt with it quite well, we created our own problems sometimes by just not playing the right pass or not really playing through on the clearance.

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Re: BFTG Villa

by biff » 02 Feb 2019 23:00

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biff 100% very obviously intentional. Im phucking fuming.


We’ve all played football albeit at a much lower level. I find it very hard to believe that any of us have inadvertently stamped on somebody’s face like this. I think it’s deliberate. Twice in two years. Wow.

Exactly. His momentum would EASILY take him away from Oliviera's face. But he extends his leg to make sure of damage. Ive played years of 11 a side and never seen it happen. Then this cnut does it twice in 2 years. No coincidence.

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Re: BFTG Villa

by Denver Royal » 02 Feb 2019 23:18

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biff 100% very obviously intentional. Im phucking fuming.

We’ve all played football albeit at a much lower level. I find it very hard to believe that any of us have inadvertently stamped on somebody’s face like this. I think it’s deliberate. Twice in two years. Wow.

Exactly. His momentum would EASILY take him away from Oliviera's face. But he extends his leg to make sure of damage. Ive played years of 11 a side and never seen it happen. Then this cnut does it twice in 2 years. No coincidence.

Yeah, I didn't think it was intentional at the time, but having watched the video several times, I'm now not so sure. From the video, he clearly looks down at the decisive moment, rather than looking ahead for the ball.
The ref didn't issue a card, or even a foul, and he'll file his report. But in any event, won't be shocked if they still take a look at it. (Isn't that done more routinely these days now with head injuries?). And as you say, he does have prior.

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Re: BFTG Villa

by Schmeichel the dog » 02 Feb 2019 23:48

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Zip We’ve all played football albeit at a much lower level. I find it very hard to believe that any of us have inadvertently stamped on somebody’s face like this. I think it’s deliberate. Twice in two years. Wow.

Exactly. His momentum would EASILY take him away from Oliviera's face. But he extends his leg to make sure of damage. Ive played years of 11 a side and never seen it happen. Then this cnut does it twice in 2 years. No coincidence.

Yeah, I didn't think it was intentional at the time, but having watched the video several times, I'm now not so sure. From the video, he clearly looks down at the decisive moment, rather than looking ahead for the ball.
The ref didn't issue a card, or even a foul, and he'll file his report. But in any event, won't be shocked if they still take a look at it. (Isn't that done more routinely these days now with head injuries?). And as you say, he does have prior.


I think it looks worse having watched the video........

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