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If you ever wanted proof how biased the media are towards Liverpool then the reaction to this one will tell you basically everything.

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Nothing wrong with the tackle, picked up a deserved yellow but I’m sure var would have checked it which basically means the decision is correct, no argument. So why does klopp feel he has to undermine the system.

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Just now, Dan LCFC said:

If you ever wanted proof how biased the media are towards Liverpool then the reaction to this one will tell you basically everything.

 

Of all the big clubs they get most favourable coverage. Arsenal and Chelsea get absolute savaged. Man City are ignored.

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As mentioned above it seems to have given the green light for the knuckle daggers to spout racist abuse about Hamza. 
 

Disgusting. :mad:

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To borrow a quote from Basil Fawlty, let’s hope Salah’s injury is nothing too trivial.

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Quite frankly I couldn't care less what Jurgen Klopp thinks.

 

The only "skill" he's shown in targeting Hamza in his post match interview is that of being a first class hypocrite when he ignores TAA on Tielemans and Mane diving to win a penalty.

 

 

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Hamza's tackle was late and he deserved the yellow. But he definitely went for the ball. He's a full-blooded, all-action, fully committed type of player, and there's always a chance he'll come in late against pacy, tricky players like Salah.

 

Hopefully Salah is ok but no way did Hamza deserve a red. The way he caught Salah's ankle is a real fluke. Classic deflection tactics from Klopp.

 

And anyone giving Hamza racist abuse can seriously get in the bin. We don't need people like them in football, or indeed society in general. Educate yourselves you ignorant pr!cks.

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1 hour ago, Dan LCFC said:

If you ever wanted proof how biased the media are towards Liverpool then the reaction to this one will tell you basically everything.

i dont know. motd were spot on with their analysis tbf. liverpool fans will be fuming about that lol

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ahahaha that bbc interview is superb 

 

DO YOU THINK IT WAS A RED CARD? no. 

 

who is that interviewer? wanna buy him a pint 

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Both Alexander-Arnold's and Choudhury's challenges were yellow cards.

 

Klopp would be seething if his own player was sent off for that.

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1 hour ago, Koke said:

Of all the big clubs they get most favourable coverage. Arsenal and Chelsea get absolute savaged. Man City are ignored.

Agree with all of that.

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The original post is spot in, even Danny Murphy on MOTD called it "deflection" from the true headline that a cheating striker has won a penalty which has changed the result of the game.

 

The thing I didn't like from the Sky version of the interview is when Klopp says "He has to calm down", I take that as a general comment not just about this incident. Whilst you continue to field cheats that ruin the morality of the game we'll pass on having you give our players advice thank you.

 

We need to remember that if we're acting like these challenges are alien to the modern game, champions Man City don't just have one player (although when Fernandinho is in DM it's usually him) but an entire management enforced policy to bring down breaking through opponents and "take one for the team".

 

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Hamza deserves an a apology from Klopp here, using him to deflect away from his cheating team is out of order.

It’s probably a stretch to say he’s caused the racist comments towards Hamza but given the state of some of their fans i’d imagine they don’t need much encouragement

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Klopp's comments as well as Bruce's have made Hamza a marked man. Next time he makes a miss timed tackle,  he's getting a red. I wish Brendan had done the same regarding Mane, he's a cheat who is a serial diver. Brendan is a bit of a media darling and should use his platform to highlight Mane’s s blatant cheating. Two can play at that game. 

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31 minutes ago, Corky said:

Both Alexander-Arnold's and Choudhury's challenges were yellow cards.

 

Klopp would be seething if his own player was sent off for that.

Interested (genuinely, not trying to be at all inflammatory) as to why you only see the Alexander Arnold one as a yellow? It's so deliberate and his only intention is to hurt YT. Cannot believe that wasn't a red but equally not surprised that they just glossed over it.

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2 minutes ago, sm1 said:

Klopp's comments as well as Bruce's have made Hamza a marked man. Next time he makes a miss timed tackle,  he's getting a red. I wish Brendan had done the same regarding Mane, he's a cheat who is a serial diver. Brendan is a bit of a media darling and should use his platform to highlight Mane’s s blatant cheating. Two can play at that game. 

Liverpool's card will be marked too a bit after this afternoon. TAA/Mane's shenanigans could come back to bite them after today.

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He has a midfield which has Fabinho and Henderson playing most weeks in... and he’s complaining about Hamza kicking people??? 

 

How many times do you see TAA and Robertson go forward and one of them in the fullback positions, ‘taking one for the team’. 

 

Silly from Klopp, especially when his players are diving - which is far more controversial than a professional foul. 

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Lets not call Mane a cheat but lets say he is clever and took a big risk at the end of the game. Lets face it the worst would've been a booking. He dived there is no doubt about that and got away with it. I cannot comprehend why both the ref and VAR decided otherwise 

 

As for Klopp my respect for him was great but now stands at zero. 

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Hamza is a fabulous player. His ability to tackle hard is a gift and I love it. I haven’t seen many reckless challenges from him, just hard. It’s what we need back in the game, someone to get a bit rough when it’s needed. 

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14 minutes ago, wokinghamfox said:

Lets not call Mane a cheat but lets say he is clever and took a big risk at the end of the game. Lets face it the worst would've been a booking. He dived there is no doubt about that and got away with it. I cannot comprehend why both the ref and VAR decided otherwise 

 

As for Klopp my respect for him was great but now stands at zero. 

you are on the wrong track blaming var.

The referee has given the penalty,

Var can only advise the referee has to whether it is a clear and obvious error.

Which it is not.Blame the ref for bias, but it is not the fault of var.

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