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Referee Andre Marriner Faces Being Dropped After Failure to Spot Ramires Dive: Nightly Soccer Report

andre marriner 600x337 Referee Andre Marriner Faces Being Dropped After Failure to Spot Ramires Dive: Nightly Soccer Report

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3 Responses to Referee Andre Marriner Faces Being Dropped After Failure to Spot Ramires Dive: Nightly Soccer Report

  1. Tony Butterworth says:

    I realize this was the newspaper headline but it drives me nuts that it is either foul or dive, there is a middle ground !!!!

  2. brn442 says:

    Well said Tony, there was contact but football is a contact sport.

  3. Ken says:

    Even funnier is the fact that whilst everyone is commenting on the Ramires incident no one is discussing the fact that as play goes on Ba is fouled by 2 WBA players which would have resulted in a pen anyway.

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