Referees are afraid to punish United at home, right?

@zatak07 (699)
December 12, 2008 10:36am CST
Wayne Rooney escaped punishment against Aalborg, despite appearing to stamp on the chest of the Dane's midfielder Kasper Risgard. But i've seen this things over & over again, so it doesn't come to me as a surprise. i believe all the football lovers will agree with me........
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@Bryanx54 (644)
15 Dec 08
i feel sorry for Rooney he always gets wrongly accused of stamping on someone time to time remember the carvalho incident its quite simular to the aalborg incident overall i'm glad rooney wasn't punished because he's dosen't deserve it twice or else it would be the portugal thing all over again.
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@kunking (1116)
• China
13 Dec 08
hi,zatak! i have to say Rooney seemed not to do that on purpose. i as a chelsea fan though..or we can't firmly prove he tended to do all depends on the player's intention..if Rooney did that just by mistake, i would like to say that's all right..Rooney had learned his lesson in similar cases through world cup 2006, and i guess he won't do it again obviously..
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@devref (240)
12 Dec 08
the incident is under investigation using tv footage.the ref missed it not a problem as refs miss a fair bit in games due to looking at the drop zone to see things or by players coming across the line of vision.we can all make those calls about refs and clubs getting special treatment.i dont see clubs as a rule getting any special for the refs instead of perhaps shouting about how they got so much wrong try doing that job for yourselfs
• China
12 Dec 08
i agree with you .football is not a simple thing