The Godolphin juggernaut guided by astute trainer John O’Shea takes a very strong team of 4 runners to Albury on Friday and they look to have the 1st race on the card at their mercy with the well bred debut runner Subservient who should win by a decent margin. 254 more words
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A controversial late goal from Jack Rodwell allowed Sunderland to snare a critical point from its relegation six-pointer against Hull City on Tuesday.
Rodwell headed a cross off his arm and into the goal in the 77th minute as the Black Cats defied Hull’s dominance to move four points clear of the relegation zone. 338 more words
By Rich Laverty.
Once again it’s that time of the week, time to have a rant about the latest batch of poor refereeing decisions and the midweek group of games provided plenty of talking points. 634 more words
Regardless of whether Roger East got the call right, he should be able to use technology on such a match-altering decision.
That’s what Hull City boss Steve Bruce is advocating after being asked about the “mistaken identity” red card given to Wes Brown over the weekend in Sunderland’s loss to Manchester United. 246 more words
I’ve long been a supporter or maybe even a defender of referees because I know that for all its visibility it’s an extremely thankless job. Having your face out there making that split second decision that could decide the game isn’t always the easiest job in the world and it certainly isn’t something that everyone can do. 438 more words
Manchester United retuned to winning ways as Wayne Rooney’s second half brace gave them a 2-0 win over Sunderland.
Van Gaal’s side struggled once again to find the back of the net until the turning point mid-way through the second half which saw former United defender Wes Brown shown a red card in a case of mistaken identity. 675 more words