5 sent off in PSG v Marseilles Match

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The period of additional time and just after the final whistle is all quite entertaining! A great dig by André Villas-Boas in his post match interview, saying PSG have had 10 years of dominance for their 1.5Bn investment but they didn't get any joy against OM. Basically, 'up yours'!
 

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I watched the whole game - it was superb. Loads of needle, a cracking atmosphere and an unexpected win.

Comfortably the best game I’ve seen in a while.
 

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Absolutely incredible scenes at the end - Neymar especially being nailed for the sly strike to the head. Shame when talent gets wasted in the way he seems to be going.
 

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Only two sent off in the Montpelier v Lyon game tonight.
 

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Neymar playing the race card, again.
Seems like anyone and everyone is playing the race card at the moment to deflect of their own misfortunes and ill work.
No wonder others have started moaning about the continuation of the "fight".

I am not agreeing with that by the way. We should all still be fighting the racists out there - but it has to be fought for all races. You only have to read social media to see a lot of other ethnic groups being racist towards whites.
I am not, also, saying that the Marseille player did not say or suggest anything racial either. He may have done. But its not the first time Neymar has resorted to it when he has done something wrong.
 

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Neymar playing the race card, again.
What you mean is, of course, "Neymar says he was racially abused". Is that correct?

This constant "he played the racist card" is not on. And I sure would be the vernacular used by a Brentford fan in a recent video.
 
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What you mean is, of course, "Neymar says he was racially abused". Is that correct?

This constant "he played the racist card" is not on. And I sure would be the vernacular used by a Brentford fan in a recent video.
Yes of course that is the meaning of what i said but you also know the way I said it was not in any shape a racist meaning.
It is obviously a "phrase" I used.
Maybe worded wrong but the meaning from the way you wrote it and mine is still the same. He has accused his opponent of saying something that has a racial remark in to deflect what he himself done. Is it to make his actions seem justified or less? We won't know. But reports in France say that the media have sound proof that nothing was said. As there are no crowds, it is easier to pick up what players actually say.
 

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Marseille had a 43 yr old sent off in this one, thought it'd be the 'keeps but turned out it was a defender.
 

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