On Referees Ruining Matches in the World Cup
There is nothing better than a month dedicated to football. The World Cup is one huge massive chunk of joy for fans, but despite the enjoyable matches so far in Brazil and the abundance of goals, referees like Yuichi Nishimura, Wilmar Roldan and his crew and Nicola Rizzoli have made it possible for many to feel like there’s something wrong with the tournament.
Lee Mason Was Helping Manchester City Beat Liverpool
When you remember who the referee was during a match, it probably means he had a bad day. That’s quite the understatement when it comes to Lee Mason, doing everything he possibly could by making wrong decision after bad one, as his assistant completely blew an offside decision to disallow a Raheem Sterling goal and himself ignore Luis Suarez being fouled in the penalty area, aiding Manchester City claim a 2-1 win over Liverpool.
Liverpool FC Screwed Over by Neil Swarbrick & Brendan Rodgers
Who plays without full backs, instead opting for a lineup that includes a defensive line of four centre backs? Brendan Rodgers has the answers. However, Liverpool can also complain about the decisions made by Neil Swarbick, not giving them a clear penalty in the first half after Daniel Sturridge was fouled by Dejan Lovren but because he didn’t dive, no foul was called.
Justice Done? Depends Who’s Looking. Barca Qualify With Away Goal
Two Amazing goals… One huge controversy… The Final Everyone, or almost everyone who’s not a Chelsea fan wanted… Are the heads of European Football happy with the outcome of this one? I’m not so sure…