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Think there's 3 penalties from last season just from Salah alone. Which weren't dives?

Mane has dived for 2 this season too.
You're showing dives, not penalties awarded. For example, you've got footage there against Chelsea and Spurs, and we never had penalties against them.

I'm not denying Salah dives, I'm saying we haven't had some run of unfair penalties in our favour.

Mane was fouled blatantly against Spurs for the penalty, literally not heard a single pundit or fan try and claim that wasn't a penalty. Likewise, it was an absolutely stonewall penalty against Leicester too.

The only other penalty we've had this season was Luiz pulling Salah back in the Arsenal game, another cast iron penalty that got Luiz a lot of stick from his own fans for how stupid and blatant it was.

So no, we haven't had a single penalty this year that has come from cheating. Last season we had one.
 
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You're showing dives, not penalties awarded. For example, you've got footage there against Chelsea and Spurs, and we never had penalties against them.

I'm not denying Salah dives, I'm saying we haven't had some run of unfair penalties in our favour.

Mane was fouled blatantly against Spurs for the penalty, literally not heard a single pundit or fan try and claim that wasn't a penalty. Likewise, it was an absolutely stonewall penalty against Leicester too.

The only other penalty we've had this season was Luiz pulling Salah back in the Arsenal game, another cast iron penalty that got Luiz a lot of stick from his own fans for how stupid and blatant it was.

So no, we haven't had a single penalty this year that has come from cheating. Last season we had one.
There's 3 penalties from last season in those clips. Which of those were not dives?

Mane dived against Spurs and Leicester.

Salah with Luiz was a dive too. A slight tug on the shirt does not make someone fall forwards.
 
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There's 3 penalties from last season in those clips. Which of those were not dives?

Mane dived against Spurs and Leicester.

Salah with Luiz was a dive too. A slight tug on the shirt does not make someone fall forwards.
So was it a penalty when Luiz pulled the shirt, yes or no? I am not talking about someone going to ground from a foul that they could stay up from, I'm talking about dives getting penalties that were not penalties.

Every penalty we've had this season has been absolutely stone wall. Both the fouls on Mane are about as clear cut and uncontroversial as a penalty decision gets.

EDIT: Going through your video...the Newcastle one is a penalty. Pulling someone back is always a penalty, but sadly not always given which is why players "dive" to make the foul noticed and given. VAR was supposed to end that, but has not done a good job. The second one is a blatant dive and Salah should have been booked for it, but it's outside of the area and we didn't get a penalty for it. The Leicester one at the end...he's all over him, and yeah that's a penalty too...you can't just hold on to a striker and wrap your arms around their neck.
 
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I've heard about that Rebecca Schaeffer, she was reportedly in line to play Mary Corleone in The Godfather Part 3 after Winona Ryder fell ill, she was murdered on the day she was meant to meet Coppola.
Maybe no small matter, as the ugly and untalented Sofia Coppola was instantly lambasted by angry ticket buyers and critics alike as the main reason that movie was ruined. Julia Roberts was originally cast as Mary Corleone, but forced to forego that role because of scheduling conflicts. Madonna, always jealous of and yearning to follow Cher's cinematic success and achievements, was desperate to play Mary Corleone, but Francis Ford Coppola rightly rejected her as too old (and ugly).

Rebecca Schaeffer might have worked best among those named candidates who didn't get cast as Mary. She was less known than Ryder (who was inexorably on the up track at the at the time), so this could have been a career salvaging and defining role for Schaeffer. ("My Sister Sam" had been cancelled over a year before Schaeffer's murder, and in fact, the last dozen episodes were never aired until posthumous syndication. The failure of that series also signaled the end of any viable future for star Pam Dawber and supporting actor David "An American Werewolf in London" Naughton in television series work, but we'll never know if Schaeffer could have somehow saved The Godfather Part 3 with what might have been a pivotal performance. She certainly could not have done worse than Sofia Coppola. Nobody could have.)
 
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So was it a penalty when Luiz pulled the shirt, yes or no? I am not talking about someone going to ground from a foul that they could stay up from, I'm talking about dives getting penalties that were not penalties.

Every penalty we've had this season has been absolutely stone wall. Both the fouls on Mane are about as clear cut and uncontroversial as a penalty decision gets.

EDIT: Going through your video...the Newcastle one is a penalty. Pulling someone back is always a penalty, but sadly not always given which is why players "dive" to make the foul noticed and given. VAR was supposed to end that, but has not done a good job. The second one is a blatant dive and Salah should have been booked for it, but it's outside of the area and we didn't get a penalty for it. The Leicester one at the end...he's all over him, and yeah that's a penalty too...you can't just hold on to a striker and wrap your arms around their neck.
I could see it being given, but I could also not see it being given. Soyuncu got pulled back at the weekend and no penalty was given.

Mane dived for both of those penalties. They were unnatural falls.


Watch that and explain how contact on his left leg makes his right leg collapse from under him?


And explain how contact on his left leg makes his right leg collapse from under him again?
 
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I could see it being given, but I could also not see it being given. Soyuncu got pulled back at the weekend and no penalty was given.

Mane dived for both of those penalties. They were unnatural falls.


Watch that and explain how contact on his left leg makes his right leg collapse from under him?


And explain how contact on his left leg makes his right leg collapse from under him again?
I don't need to, it's a foul. A foul in the box is a penalty, if someone pulls your shirt and you "dive" then obviously you acted out something to draw attention to the foul, it is technically a dive, but you were not cheating, you were fouled. Mane was fouled blatantly, and you're literally the only person I have seen suggest it was not a clear as day penalty. His leg is kicked, he goes down unnaturally to make the ref see it, because sadly in football refs often let fouls go if the player rides it out or stays on their feet.

And a shit decision in another game does not alter the fact that the shirt pull by Luiz on Salah is a 100% penalty. Shirt pulling has been the bane of football for too long, and it should be a booking every time, and if it ever happens in the area it should be a penalty. The only reason you could see it being given but also "not see it being given" is because there are so many shit decisions in the sport.

The idea that this might or might not be a penalty is farcical...

 
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I don't need to, it's a foul. A foul in the box is a penalty, if someone pulls your shirt and you "dive" then obviously you acted out something to draw attention to the foul, it is technically a dive, but you were not cheating, you were fouled. Mane was fouled blatantly, and you're literally the only person I have seen suggest it was not a clear as day penalty. His leg is kicked, he goes down unnaturally to make the ref see it, because sadly in football refs often let fouls go if the player rides it out or stays on their feet.

And a shit decision in another game does not alter the fact that the shirt pull by Luiz on Salah is a 100% penalty. Shirt pulling has been the bane of football for too long, and it should be a booking every time, and if it ever happens in the area it should be a penalty. The only reason you could see it being given but also "not see it being given" is because there are so many shit decisions in the sport.

The idea that this might or might not be a penalty is farcical...

There was pundits saying they were dives. Guardiola said he's been diving too.

You're basically yourself that he dived.



That wasn't given. Slight tugs of the shirt are always debatable.


Was Mane's 'tackle' on Sterling a penalty yesterday?
 
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There was pundits saying they were dives. Guardiola said he's been diving too.

You're basically yourself that he dived.



That wasn't given. Slight tugs of the shirt are always debatable.


Was Mane's 'tackle' on Sterling a penalty yesterday?
Oh Guardiola said he dived just before they played us. :lol: If it is a foul, it's a penalty. If the officials are too shit to give it, that's an indictment of them and not anything else. Luiz was not a "slight pull", he was beaten and simply reached out and grabbed his shirt to stop him getting to the ball. It's the most cast iron, cynical foul imaginable...zero attempt to get the ball, just 100% cheating.

I've never seen anyone who is a football fan argue that pulling someone by the shirt in the area is a grey area for a penalty. :lol: It's one of the fouls that most annoys the majority of fans, it's a yellow card everywhere on the pitch.

Mane and Sterling was not a penalty for sure no...they came together, it was one that could have been given, but was not clear. If the ball had not hit Siva's hand, then Arnold's handball was a definite penalty and the VAR explanation for why it wasn't is pathetic.
 

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When they were living or their corpses?
Excellent question actually! After the 1978 Jonestown Kool-Aid Party, a lot of the guys I went to school with were saying some of those hundreds of Peoples Temple female corpses lying face down in news reports had some nicely inflated and swollen butts! (This only served to reinforce my boob obsession though...Can't say I ever got my Jonestown on...)
 
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Are we fucking them before or after the murder, though?

Well, in light of @Ernest Shackleton having started the thread, do you have to ask ?

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An old necrophiliac named Earnest,
Whose perversion was really the sternest,
Did often gave head,
To girls who were dead,
And he once fucked a murdered internist.


It all started out in his mind,
Just fantasies of a weird kind.
But in time, that all changed
As he grew more deranged.
Now on corpses, he does the old grind.

It’s not every corpse that he’ll crave,
But what truly makes Ernie a knave,
From most, he’ll abstain,
Unless they’ve been slain.
Then he fucks them en route to the grave.
 
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