19 Feb 2018 20:51:32
Pep "hypocrite" Guardiola 🤓
Had that tackle been made on a City player he'd have wanted a life sentence with no parole for attempted murder. what a knob.
Just proves all his bull about "we can't win 4 trophies" and the first risk to losing one of them and all his toys come out the pram.
C'mon Wigan see them off 🤫.

{Ed001's Note - he did say he wanted all players protected from leg breaking tackles like that, so not sure why he was complaining.}

1.) 19 Feb 2018
19 Feb 2018 21:03:49
I doubt he told Delph to make that challenge.

he was making a valid point that there had been a lot of potentially serious challenges that could lead to a broken leg. i think he has a leg to stand on!

2.) 19 Feb 2018
19 Feb 2018 21:06:33
Absolutely Ed, how Max Power got up from that I don’t know, lucky boy he wasn’t seriously hurt.

3.) 19 Feb 2018
19 Feb 2018 21:14:17
SR, really? You are defending a manager that has cried for outlawing such assaults and he’s trying to claim his player shouldn’t have been sent off. didums he can’t have his cake and eat it.
He either believes that all such tackles should result in a red card or he doesn’t. The Pep love in shouldn’t cloud judgement, which it appears to be doing?

4.) 19 Feb 2018
19 Feb 2018 21:33:13
There is a God afterall, Will Griggs on fire 👹🔥.

5.) 19 Feb 2018
19 Feb 2018 21:38:34
Na na na na na na na na. your defence is terrified 👻😱.

6.) 19 Feb 2018
19 Feb 2018 21:52:26
LOL, now that’s funny. Wigan were incredible, absolutely outstanding. Best team in the land my arse. Lose the league cup final next and they’ll need to spend another £400M in the summer ho ho ho. Left to win trophies Raheem 🙄🤑☠️.

7.) 19 Feb 2018
19 Feb 2018 22:00:49
I believe SR was being ironic koppite. 😊.

8.) 19 Feb 2018
19 Feb 2018 22:14:31
Oh dear fans ripping up the stadium, Aguero fighting with spectators and the manager pushing his opposite number, the wheels have come off.
Time for FA investigation and lengthy bans for Pep, Aguero and matches with none of their fans allowed in the stadium.
No chicken left at KFC either, what a day of shocks 🐓🍗🚫 1/ 4 final of 🏆⛔️ It’s a 🌚 tonight
By the way 🖐🏻 Times and pass this on to Ya Ya on your way out 🎂.
Here come the 💨 🌪 of change Pep 🧔🏻💋.

9.) 19 Feb 2018
19 Feb 2018 22:33:59
One person on this thread is drunk. Guess who? 😉.

10.) 19 Feb 2018
19 Feb 2018 22:27:06
I am quiete curious what he has to say for the punch in the face that Aguero gave to one of the Wigan fans.

11.) 19 Feb 2018
19 Feb 2018 22:48:06
If he was being ironic “it’s a coming” then it went straight over my head 🚀 🤪
Seemed to me it was a genuine case of we all love 🧔🏻 He can do no wrong 😇 but now he’s been a naughty boy 😈.

12.) 19 Feb 2018
19 Feb 2018 22:58:58
MK I’m drunk with delirium now that the media’s obsession with the quadruple has been put to 🛏
I just hope the rest of the trophies are shared around outside of Manchester mate 👍.

13.) 20 Feb 2018
20 Feb 2018 00:08:54
I was offering some tongue in cheek irony with a twist of pun!

14.) 20 Feb 2018
20 Feb 2018 01:01:12
I dunno how anyone can say Delphi’s tackle wasn’t a red card, he came flying in and if the Wigan players foot was planted he would of broken his leg. Don’t think the ref changed his mind, just thought he was writing on the back of his yellow.
Both sets of players and benches acted appallingly though imo. Pep should get a ban, if it was moaner at OT he would get three games, aguero should get a talking too as well, can’t belive shearer tried to defend his conduct!
Either way huge result for Wigan and chuffed that city won’t win the quadruple, some of their fans let themselves down as well, but all clubs have idiots.

15.) 20 Feb 2018
20 Feb 2018 01:02:01
That is how you beat City. 2 ways, high risk football, like we did, but you have to be very good to do that, luckily we are very good. The other way is to batter them, fair play wigan. City, They have the money and they have the players the manager but, they don't have the history, the glorious reputation of European King's, they don't have that weight that liverpool, Manchester United and arsenal have. Some how this seems to matter in the business end of knock out comps, City don't win the ucl, no way, I bet we go further than them. I have a feeling we are going to have them in ucl 1/ 4 finals. I'd like to be drawn with sours, I think they are the weakest team left and in a fair game we would batter them, honest.

16.) 20 Feb 2018
20 Feb 2018 01:12:20
Fair play SR, sorry I was mixing it up with playing a couple of games of chess at the same time as posting, clearly I took on too much at once and missed it first up (read it back just now and I’ve finally got with the programme 🤗)

17.) 20 Feb 2018
20 Feb 2018 07:42:46
Aguero acted ok in my opinion if someone came at me like the pitch invader did I'd protect myself.

18.) 20 Feb 2018
20 Feb 2018 07:51:40
Haven't seen it but from what I've read the fan was a pitch invader and was in agureos face he's quite entitled to push him away imo.

19.) 20 Feb 2018
20 Feb 2018 08:19:34
The pitch invader came up to the side of Aguero and has obviously said something. Whatever he has said, Aguero has no right to punch him though. That is a criminal offence irrespective of whether it is on a football pitch or not, and Aguero should be banned. I'm not sure it's on the same level as Cantona's of course, but he's still attacked someone and should be punished.

These are role models for children. Defending Aguero's actions is very dangerous. He's assaulted a spectator and we can't teach kids that it is acceptable to hit people who say something you don't agree with or like. You deal with this stuff professionally.

I used to work in a shop as a young man and believe me when i say there were a few customers I'd loved to have punched who said some very unsavoury things. I never did though and i was only 18! I'd have been sacked on the spot if i had. So if an 18 year old kid understands how to behave professionally, I'm pretty sure a 29 year old can grasp the basic concept of "don't punch your customers". Because that is what the fans are. The players are the employees, and the fans are the paying customers. Aguero has ballsed up and he should face his punishment like a man.

20.) 20 Feb 2018
20 Feb 2018 08:54:55
Aguero had plenty of space to walk away, and plenty of City staff around him. He didn't punch a guy (not push, punch) because he was threatened and scared and needed to defend himself. He punched him because he was pissed off. Which was made especially clear when he didn't get away after the punch, he continued to go after the guy to try and hit him again and needed dragging away.

21.) 20 Feb 2018
20 Feb 2018 09:43:59
We'll said hjikle. The media are now making up that the fan spat at Aguero 😂 even if that was true (which it's blatantly not by the way, to anyone who has seen the footage), that is still no excuse to punch someone whilst you are representing Manchester City, the Premier League, and English football. He has brought the game into disrepute if nothing else!

It is a players responsibility to rise above fan abuse and walk away. Let the authorities deal with them. He should not have needed to be dragged away after throwing a fist in someone's face.