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robbieg

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Craig Hicks Walsall v Sunderland
« on: Mon 26 Nov 2018 17:56 »
Well there we go.....

 A 50/50 ball between Lee Kinsella[ Walsall] and Max Power [already RCd twice this season for good reason] and the Red Card is out for Power  with the opposition player having both feet already off the ground as he comes in then rolls around theatrically to make the point before miraculously recovering after Power had departed.
 Hicks was in a perfectly good position to view the whole incident closely and his decision to send the Sunderland player off was truly dreadful.How on earth someone can get a decision so badly wrong is in my opinion incomprehensible.
 Both managers agreed it was never a yellow card let alone a red, so that shows just how wrong the decision was.....

 Quite rightly the RC was recinded today ,but that doesn't take away the injustice of it all.

 Has this referee caused problems elsewhere ?

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Re: Craig Hicks Walsall v Sunderland
« Reply #1 on: Mon 26 Nov 2018 18:36 »
Well there we go.....

 A 50/50 ball between Lee Kinsella[ Walsall] and Max Power [already RCd twice this season for good reason] and the Red Card is out for Power  with the opposition player having both feet already off the ground as he comes in then rolls around theatrically to make the point before miraculously recovering after Power had departed.
 Hicks was in a perfectly good position to view the whole incident closely and his decision to send the Sunderland player off was truly dreadful.How on earth someone can get a decision so badly wrong is in my opinion incomprehensible.
 Both managers agreed it was never a yellow card let alone a red, so that shows just how wrong the decision was.....

 Quite rightly the RC was recinded today ,but that doesn't take away the injustice of it all.

 Has this referee caused problems elsewhere ?

Massively out of his depth on his two visits to Roots Hall this season.

Another one with a comfortable County FA job. They do seem to proliferate

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Re: Craig Hicks Walsall v Sunderland
« Reply #2 on: Mon 26 Nov 2018 20:30 »
Plymouth v Peterborough last season..poor decisions leading to red card overturned on appeal

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Re: Craig Hicks Walsall v Sunderland
« Reply #3 on: Mon 26 Nov 2018 20:44 »
Well there we go.....

 A 50/50 ball between Lee Kinsella[ Walsall] and Max Power [already RCd twice this season for good reason] and the Red Card is out for Power  with the opposition player having both feet already off the ground as he comes in then rolls around theatrically to make the point before miraculously recovering after Power had departed.
 Hicks was in a perfectly good position to view the whole incident closely and his decision to send the Sunderland player off was truly dreadful.How on earth someone can get a decision so badly wrong is in my opinion incomprehensible.
 Both managers agreed it was never a yellow card let alone a red, so that shows just how wrong the decision was.....

 Quite rightly the RC was recinded today ,but that doesn't take away the injustice of it all.

 Has this referee caused problems elsewhere ?

Massively out of his depth on his two visits to Roots Hall this season.

Another one with a comfortable County FA job. They do seem to proliferate

Looking forward to reports of his performance at Oxford tomorrow and then he has a televised Welsh derby in the FA Cup on Saturday night...