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So, what will happen to Mourinho now, ban? Huge fine?
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Why would he get either? ...

He did nothing wrong during today's match.
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He was being Mourinho, that's bad enough

But banter aside, what happened with the ramires incident, will he get punished by the FA?
Why would Mourinho be banned or fined, he did not say anything along the lines of the ref being biased towards anything. He criticized the referee and the head of referees. Actually he just 'congratulated' them. So i dont think that is bringing the game into disrepute or what ever they call it.
@Teja7 it depends if sarcasm is as offensive as insults.

"I just want to say four things

"Congratulations to my players because they gave what they have and what they don't have.

"Congratulations to Sunderland, because they won.

"Congratulations to Mike Dean, because he made a fantastic performance.

"And congratulations to Mike Riley, because what they did during the season was fantastic for the way the championship is going.

"Congratulations to all of them
http://www1.skysports.com/football/news/11668/9274248/premier-league-chelseas-jose-mourinho-congratulates-officials-after-loss-to-sunderland
knowing the brilliantly talented people working for the Football Association, i doubt they even realized Mourinho was being sarcastic
@Xgooner4everX I would imagine a 3 game ban for Ramires, the ref missed it so FA will have to intervene.
If I am right since his Porto days Mourinho has never finished outside of the top 2 in any league. Very impressive record as well. This year it's not settled yet, just tells you how competitive this league has become.
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A lovely artist's impression of Tony Pulis

https://pbs.twimg.com/media/Blmind9IQAApsFf.jpg
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cannot unsee .... :(
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i get the cap and everything, why is he naked?

I'm curious to know what others think of this picture, should i do a poll?
@Skool
Then you my friend are missing out.
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@BluFFmaster: Pulis is naked here because of his well-documented previous incident with James Beattie. Apparently, Pulis flipped out and attacked(atleast tried to) Beattie when he(Pulis) was completely naked, after some Stoke loss.
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Borat anyone?
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ahh, i remember now, cheers Suraj
Going to do an impromptu pole since I'm curious what people think about the Chelsea penalty decision. Up vote one or the other.
Penalty.
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No Penalty.
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I think it was a soft penalty. It looked like Altidore is slipping and Azpi's trailing leg slightly catches him as Altidore is going down. No penalty for me.
@Colin
If u had actually seen the incident maybe u could'v figured it out all on ur own

http://giant.gfycat.com/BetterWaryConey.gif
It wasn't a penalty, Altidore steps down on Azpildsinfsdibso (can't be bothered) and trips. I don't really care though :P
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I have seen the incident. I saw replay upon replay and I have my own opinion actually. So far every commentator I've seen has had one opinion. Certain fans of one particular club have their opinion as well. Just want a fan pole. But thank you for providing the link for everyone else.
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whats the point in doing the poll. It won't matter
As a complete neutral I find this difficult to judge. In anyway it's definitely soft. If Azpi's foot was not in the way Altidore would have probably stayed on his feet, he stepped on it and fell. However Azpi's challenge wasn't even going into the direction of the legs. I don't think I know the rulebook well enough to judge this one. Wasn't an easy call for the ref to call.
If u think thats a penalty, well.... i won't comment any further

no no, rational thinking fans have one particular opinion

sure in the context of the game and in full-speed it may look like a penalty but when looking at it closely its clearly not
Ppl are saying that Altidore stepped on Azpilicueta, causing him to slip. I don't think so because if you look at when Altidore plants his left foot Azpilicueta's right boot(orange boot) and leg are actually off the ground. That is why I think Jozy just starts to slip on his own and might get caught a tiny bit with the other's trailing leg.
Problem is, one guy has the ball and control and the other threw his body to the ground and slid in without control over his body at that point. Who's at fault when the two players leg then touch? Not an easy question to answer, but I'll tell you who is likely to get blamed...
It's still not as straightforward to me but as I sidenote the fact that his right foot was off the ground doesn't tell me much. The way these athletes run and change directions, this position is not uncommon and doesn't always lead to a fall. He starts leaning into the direction of the fall only after the slip. But still don't know it's a enough to call it a pen just because Azpilicueta's slide was in the way of the running path.

By the vote it seems like it's more clear to other ppl. In anyway I think it was a clumsy move by Azpilicueta, soft call and a tough one to call for the ref in real time.
@Illman agree, tough decision for the ref. Looked like a stonewall in real time. On replay it is a tougher decision. Could go either way.
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I think it would have been disastrous had it not been called a penalty. No way in justifying that it wasn't a penalty. aggressive, brainless challenges in the box need to be enforced
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Like really... what kind of threat was ALTIDORE posing on the touchline?? silly mistake Azplicjlnckalta
I think everyone agrees that penalty or not, it was needless and inexperienced of Azpi to do that. Nothing more really needs to be said about it.
I hope some body makes a Gus Poyet calls Jose Mourinho clip :P
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Now do England a favour and win the Champions League! Rivalries aside, most of us are rooting for Chelsea to win the CL!
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#Respect Sunderland and Poyet
All good thing must come to an end. #RespectFootball
Go Atletico :P
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great record by mou
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#respectborini
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FULL TIME
Chelsea 1 - 2 Sunderland

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LIVE NOW
Ramires 1-0 Football
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This stoke and cardiff game is INTENSE
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FULL TIME
Aston Villa 0 - 0 Southampton

Newcastle 1 - 2 Swansea

Cardiff 1 - 1 Stoke

West Ham 0 - 1 Crystal Palace



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Spurs 3 - 1 Fulham



Paulinho 35'

Sidwell 37'

Kane 48'

Kaboul 62'
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^Since you became a mod & started this fancy scoreboard thing , spurs have started scoring a lot of goals... Lucky charm , eh ?
You probably just jinxed it now :P
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