Are you f***ing joking? The referee was 100% complicit in Fulham’s tactic of stopping and disrupting the game with lots of fake injuries and time wasting and that’s before the complete one sided decisions for free kicks. Then when an Albion player went down and needed teeatment (Caicedo) it was the only time he did not stop the game.
He was terrible and can see why RDZ is so angry as the level of officiating in this division is a joke given the profile of this league
f*** off. Were you even there? Officiating is absolute toilet. Passion from a manager, love it. Gimps like you who expect us to be ‘respectful’ when we were done by a ref wind me up.
Right you lot...........You’re clearly thick as shit then you stupid ****.
Was that it?! Did he hurt the referee's feelings, or something? Hardly a red card offence, surely?Brighton manager Roberto de Zerbi, who received a red card at the final whistle, speaking to BBC Sport: "I told the referee that I lost time in the meeting with his boss this week. Nothing more."
THey're a sensitive bunch
Watched the highlights, twice ref stopped play when a Fulham player went down,but they were not head injuries. Mitoma was a shirt pullHow were we done by the ref ? And how is it that every time we don't win it's the referees fault ?
I saw us done by a sucker punch from the opposition.
As for players going down, I saw that happen three times at least with ours.
Maybe there should have been a couple of minutes extra. But if I analyse the match faults for the Albion the ref is not mitigation.
Agreed. Our final ball into the box and weak finishing cost us today, and going Gung Ho when we might have protected a point didn’t help. Continuing to play high risk football when Webster and Estupinan had been replaced by attacking players was an accident waiting to happen.I'm sorry but how can you not come away from that game shaking your head at the standard of refereeing and Fulham's obvious anti football tactics. Someone on here prewarned us that it was a tactic they employ (so do Wolves) but it is beyond frustrating watching it and the ref falling for it time and time again.
Such a shame that someone within the Fulham camp has looked at the rule that the ref needs to stop the game if their is a serious injury and has thought "hello we can exploit this to our advantage" - it comes from the manager and is a clear instruction to employ it during games
Still if we had been more clinical it would have been overlooked by I can fully understand RDZ kicking off straight after an undeserved loss.