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‘Fowler’ came hard at ‘Webb’, trying to pretend he wasn’t a foul. superheng1688 

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'Fowler' came hard at 'Webb', trying to pretend he wasn't a foul. superheng1688 
‘Fowler’ came hard at ‘Webb’, trying to pretend he wasn’t a foul. superheng1688 

superheng1688  Robbie Fowler, the legendary Liverpool striker, has slammed Howard Webb, the head of the referees’ organization (PGMOL), after he confirmed Michael Oliver’s decision in the time of Jeremy’s goal. Gou raised his feet to confirm that Alexis Mac Allister was not a foul. superheng1688 

      Until now, there are many fans who are still confused about the moment Liverpool were not awarded a penalty in injury time after Dogu raised his foot high to the chest at Mac Allister. ( superheng1688  )

      On-field referee Michael Oliver reasoned that Dogu tried to play the ball first. Webb, the head of the refereeing organization, confirmed the decision was correct.

      Fowler wrote about the decision in the game. Ready to attack the judges and Webb fiercely in a column in The Mirror 

      “Football is not rocket science. Fans will remember the great goals. Passing the ball through the defense Or always a great save.”

      “And they can see a referee’s decision that is miles different. which is why (Chief Referee) Howard Webb acts like we’re all idiots. With his creativity in disastrous mistakes that have brought the Premier League into disrepute.”

      “Webb’s latest attempt to fool us all into thinking that anyone without a whistle, offside flag or VAR screen That’s really understandable. That this game would be a joke If it weren’t just another example of lunatics trying to dominate, the PGMOL boss did his best to make Jeremy Doku’s chest-high clash with Alexis Mac Allister in the The most recent meeting between Liverpool and Manchester City came together. Didn’t get a penalty”

      “Anyone who watched the game knows that Dogu survived. Not just in terms of referee Michael Oliver’s mistake as it happened. But in the VAR room, Stuart Attwell also failed to suggest he should look at everything. Corner in the field again Even though we have slow motion showing everything whatever angle it happens to be”

      “It’s the type of situation where VAR should certainly be correcting (the decision), but Webb expects us all to accept that the collision was not illegal.”