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Regarding the Norgaard incident, I don’t think it’s beyond the realms of possibility to suggest that HD went in with such force that, although he played the ball, it made significant contact with his opponents head inevitable. This could be construed as endangering the safety of his opponent and would be treated as serious foul play.
Red card then?
 

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He was also lucky early on that Sergi jumped up over Deans lunging leg , if he had been caught that to me was a red card. Pity you can’t card someone for intent
You can:

FA guidance on Rule 12:

Any player who lunges at an opponent in challenging for the ball from the front, from the side or from behind using one or both legs, with excessive force and endangering the safety of an opponent is guilty of serious foul play.
 

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It's not going to help us now, but could there be retrospective action, as the referee didn't give anything?

Or by not giving anything he didn't think there was a foul.
 

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It's only going to matter on Easter Monday, until then let's hope Dean and Brum do the same to all our rivals.
 

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It's only going to matter on Easter Monday, until then let's hope Dean and Brum do the same to all our rivals.
Beat them all 1-0?

Hopefully not.
 

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He's a hothead. Has never learned to control his emotions and it's one of the reasons he has hit his ceiling as a player.
 

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Not saying I'd want him now but was always happy when he ran out for us. Smashing goal v Fulham at home too
Not saying I'd want him now but was always happy when he ran out for us. Smashing goal v Fulham at home too
..............wasn't at all interested at Ipswich away just before he left.................
 

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He did a real job on CN with an horrific challenge. On another day that could've resulted in a smashed cheekbone or worse. The football gods probably won't review the incident but that should have been a penalty and str8 red card.
 

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Dean is a pantomime villain of a player. Always willing to put his large foot in mouth at any opportunity and judging by yesterday also his boot, shoulder, head or any other part of his anatomy to stop, maim, destroy or similar. Incredibly lucky (for both parties) that Canos hurdled his Neanderthal lunch and whilst he won the ball in the challenge with Norgaard it was reckless at the very least. What we may have once seen as 'Committed' when he was in the red'n'white stripes we know see him as rash, reckless and a first class K%@b. Unfortunate that he had the last laugh yesterday.
 

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Dean is a pantomime villain of a player. Always willing to put his large foot in mouth at any opportunity and judging by yesterday also his boot, shoulder, head or any other part of his anatomy to stop, maim, destroy or similar. Incredibly lucky (for both parties) that Canos hurdled his Neanderthal lunch and whilst he won the ball in the challenge with Norgaard it was reckless at the very least. What we may have once seen as 'Committed' when he was in the red'n'white stripes we know see him as rash, reckless and a first class K%@b. Unfortunate that he had the last laugh yesterday.
Sabre Tooth Tiger and chips?
 

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He knew exactly what he was doing when he smashed Norgaard in the face with his shoulder, not nice.
 

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In rugby union a no arms tackle is a red card and citing. Dean's "tackle"looked like a premeditated no arms launch of his shoulder at Christian's head. How on earth was this not called and cited!
 

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