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WINTER'S WORLD WEEKEND REVIEW: MAJOR TALKING POINTS AT WEST BROM AND LIVERPOOL GAMES
28th October 2014

Main talking points on Saturday were at the West Brom v Crystal Palace game. Palace should have had a penalty when Zaha was felled in the box and amazingly no one appealed, not even Zaha!

More grief for Palace when Speroni received a forearm smash from Dawson as he headed home. Not only should the goal not have stood but the Albion defender could easily have been sent off.

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In the naming and shaming game Liverpool's Jordan Henderson was Saturday's candidate for his pathetic attempt to win a penalty and set his side up with an undeserved chance to beat Hull City.

He earned himself a caution but that just doesn't seem adequate punishment. If the authorities want to stamp out cheating they should do something about it. A one match ban for those guilty of diving would be a start.

Sunday afternoon and ref Phil Dowd had a good game in the Manchester United v Chelsea clash but there were still two major talking points.

Firstly yet another case of penalty area all in wrestling which should have seen Chelsea awarded a penalty. RVP equalised in stoppage time, the opportunity arising after a free kick was correctly awarded to United.

Not sure that the foul, which looked more accidental than intentional, was worthy of a second yellow card though. In fact I'm certain it wasn't.

Have a good week.





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