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Hi there,

Nice forum by the way.

We are a group of fans (of different clubs) all with one collective thing in common: our hatred of ManYoo and our firm belief that they receive favourable treatment by the FA and referees, this is backed up by hours of video footage over the last 10-15 seasons and the fact that ManYoo and the FA are so intertwined that there is a common interest there.

The FA, ManYoo and UEFA are basically corrupt and all singing from the same hymn sheet.

eg illegal Berbatov transfer http://tinyurl.com/6qfvfy

eg Rooney 3 instances of violent conduct vs Aalborg unpunished http://tinyurl.com/dnmp57

eg several Ronaldo kicks unpunished http://tinyurl.com/d7cn9v

eg Giggs PFA player of the year after 12 starts

eg vs Stoke City. Rooney deliberate elbow, no action taken: http://tinyurl.com/cjgrd8

Anyway, we've set up a twitter page to expose the corruption and generally take the p*ss out of the scumbags,

We currently have 500 signups but we are looking at far more to get the press interested:

http://twitter.com/ManUnitedCheat

Please sign up to show your support.

Thanks again,

Mike, James, Keith - ManUnitedCheat

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Hi there,

Nice forum by the way.

We are a group of fans (of different clubs) all with one collective thing in common: our hatred of ManYoo and our firm belief that they receive favourable treatment by the FA and referees, this is backed up by hours of video footage over the last 10-15 seasons and the fact that ManYoo and the FA are so intertwined that there is a common interest there.

The FA, ManYoo and UEFA are basically corrupt and all singing from the same hymn sheet.

eg illegal Berbatov transfer http://tinyurl.com/6qfvfy

eg Rooney 3 instances of violent conduct vs Aalborg unpunished http://tinyurl.com/dnmp57

eg several Ronaldo kicks unpunished http://tinyurl.com/d7cn9v

eg Giggs PFA player of the year after 12 starts

eg vs Stoke City. Rooney deliberate elbow, no action taken: http://tinyurl.com/cjgrd8

Anyway, we've set up a twitter page to expose the corruption and generally take the p*ss out of the scumbags,

We currently have 500 signups but we are looking at far more to get the press interested:

http://twitter.com/ManUnitedCheat

Please sign up to show your support.

Thanks again,

Mike, James, Keith - ManUnitedCheat

for god sake rafa let it go, the season's over

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We normally just remove these topics full of links, but you got to see the funny side to this.

It so obviously a Liverpool fan, who else would go through the hassle. He'll probably start one with us at the end of next season.

Man Utd getting everything their way is not new and exposing it to the media will not get you their premiership trophy!

for god sake rafa let it go, the season's over

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Yet someone on this very forum started a thread last season to focus on decisions that went manu's way, wasn't that pretty much the same thing and just as sad as what this chap is doing?

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Yet someone on this very forum started a thread last season to focus on decisions that went manu's way, wasn't that pretty much the same thing and just as sad as what this chap is doing?

not really. we did it on a chelsea forum, they created a new site and are joinging as many forums as possible to promote it. thats incredibly pathetic.

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Here is the simple truth: everyone gets favorable decisions now and again, and top clubs get them far more than others. I know its hard to accept when its your own club getting victimized or your rivals getting the break, but its the inescapable truth

Liverpool played almost 1/3 of their matches against ten men. ONE THIRD. Yet the aggregate effect of these was never highlighted by the media as much as Howard Webb giving Man Utd a penalty against Spuds.

The teams that get the tag of "cheaters" are the ones who get these decisions in their favor, and then have the gall and audacity to wind up with silverware at the end of the day. Thats mostly because they had the balls to recover when similar decisions went against them

sexelk, nice response! :PDT_nunu:

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is it affiliated with www.rafawhingesagainaboutanyoldbollocks.com

Why yes it is. They are both part of "Dippernet Project 20" which aims to make it 20 straight years without a league championship for those scallies. :P

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Yet someone on this very forum started a thread last season to focus on decisions that went manu's way, wasn't that pretty much the same thing and just as sad as what this chap is doing?

Here's the full list of decisions listed on that Manure thread. Makes amazing reading. There are a couple of decisions that went against them, but the lack of balance is just incredible:

1. Vidic hacks down Keane when through on goal. Obvious red, only yellow given.

2. Riley awards foul against Ferdinand with 20 secs left of minimum 3 mins. Ferdinand goes mental in extreme show of dissent warranting second yellow. Great opportunity on edge of box for us to score winner. Riley bottles it and blows up early to avoid giving red card and to prevent any chance of us scoring a late winner.

3. Jlloyd Samuel executes perfect tackle in box on Ronaldo. Bizarre pen awarded.

4. Vidic takes out Blackburn keeper with accidental elbow to jaw, preventing him claiming a cross. Ball hits Brown and goes in. No free kick awarded.

5.If you add in the last game of last season at Wigan when Scholes should have gone in the 1st half with the score 0-0, that's 5 major reffing errors in their favour in 7 games. I won't even mention the CL final.

6.OK, I will, when the ref ignored this grotesque challenge (and the linesman flagged then put it down):

http://cache2.asset-cache.net/xc/81189730....84831B75F48EF45

7. in the Champions League final Owen Hargreaves bellowed something at the ref and shoved him in the back quite hard, in full view of the referee's assistant.

8, Then in the CL in midweeek, two offside goals awarded to Berbatov

10.last night Ronaldo kicked a Celtic player 2 feet from the linesman. Blatant red card, nothing given. A few minutes later his shot leads to Manure's equaliser.

11.On Saturday, having been outpaced by Agbonlahor, Vidic grabbed him repeatedly from behind, eventually bringing him down just inside the box. Clear penalty and straight red, no question. Nothing given.

12.Ronaldo kicked out and caught Dawson on the leg, similar to the Beckham sending off against Argentina. No action taken

13.Nice little compilation of Rooney's antics in the CL. No action taken

http://www.offthepost.info/2008/12/footbal...stamp-incident/

14, 15 Today Rooney threw an elbow and got nothing for it. Ronaldo again kicked out at a player and got nothing for it. watched it on match of the day and was amazed that the 3 stooges on the sofa didnt even mention it after the highlights

[On 6-0-6 Poll was also asked why he didn't send off Rooney for swearing at him 27 times in one half the other season when Manure played Arse. He said he didn't because of pressure from the FA assessors who told him to overlook it and show 'empathy'. He admits this was wrong and that he should have sent him off.]

16.http://i.dailymail.co.uk/i/pix/2008/12/29/article-0-02E99015000005DC-858_233x290.jpg

17.Rooney kicks out from behind at Bosingwa, then shows blatant dissent to ref - no card

18.Rooney shouts "F*ck off ref" a foot away from Howard Webb after Manure's goal is disallowed - no card

19.West Brom defender Paul Robinson has won his appeal against the red card he received in Tuesday night's 5-0 thrashing by Manchester United.

The full-back was given his marching orders for the ninth time in his career with referee Rob Styles brandishing a straight red after a sliding challenge on Park Ji-sung. United were leading 1-0 when Robinson was dismissed

20.Ferdinand gave away a pen at the end when he grabbed an Everton player. Needless to say, Halsey didn't give it. Mind, he also failed to give a blatant pen for foul by Lescott on carrick, so for once things balance out.

21.Vidic was dismissed for swinging an elbow into the face of the Ecuador side's Claudio Bieler in Yokohama on December 21.

He had been facing the possibility of a three-game suspension but a FIFA disciplinary panel have confirmed a one-match ban.

22.Ronaldo's dive was as blatant as they come and he should have been in the showers long before he took the game-winning free kick.

23.And don't even get me started on that penalty. Rafael off with a red, blackburn 2-1 up, we might have watched a different game.

24.Ronaldo kicked out at a player just a few feet from the ref - nothing given, when it should have been a red. Instead he's allowed to stay on and goes on to score the winner.

This is the third such incident this season, all of them mysteriously missed by the ref. Had he received the three reds, he'd have faced suspensions of 3, 4 and 4 matches – 11 in all.

25.Another incredible bit of leniency in the CC Final. O'Shea, on a yellow, goes in late and brings down some Spuds player. An obvious second yellow - not given.

To balance this, the ref booked Ronaldo for a dive when King brought him down in the box.To balance that, Ronaldo should of course have been banned for this game, after kicking out against Blackburn.

26.once again they get away with murder, in vidic`s case almost literally. when you look at the reds others have recieved this season i cant understand how he didnt walk for the tackle on martins last night. it was an horrendous tackle.

[Fewest penalties conceded: Manchester United 1992-2007 12 penalties at home in 15 years. ]

27.Porto were denied a blatant pen at OT last Tuesday night,

28.the scandalous pen Webb gave Manure last night after a perfect challenge by the Spuds keeper at the feet of Carrick. They were 2-0 down at the time and this totally changed the game.

Tottenham's Jermaine Jenas believes referee Howard Webb was swayed into awarding Manchester United a penalty by the profile of the teams' clash. "I think it was a case of a referee crumbling under the pressure at Old Trafford really," said Jenas.

Manure get a bad decision v the Arse (Pen, red card for Fletcher). It's OK, though - they were already 4-0 up on aggregate

29.Aliadiere is through on goal. Vidic dives in and takes him out. Blatant pen and a red card but the ref gives nothing. It was 0-0 at the time.

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You could examine any club and find a bunch of examples of bad officiating that benefited them. You only see a conspiracy because Man U wins. I'll bet plenty of calls went Bolton's way too but nobody cares about Bolton. The real issue this sheds light on is the poor quality of the officiating around football.

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I guess it also shows there might be a need for video evidence. If officals on the ground are so inconsistant then the ones "up there" can and will clear things up...

The only disadvantage I know of is the one I keep hearing from Blatter, the whole "use in all levels of football" thing. Are there others?

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