Dirtiest player in the premier league this season?

Disgrace to the game...

  • Martin Skrtel

    Votes: 2 6.9%
  • Diego Costa

    Votes: 8 27.6%
  • Marouane Fellaini

    Votes: 19 65.5%
  • Ashley Barnes

    Votes: 0 0.0%

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My vote goes to Fellaini. A picture is worth a thousand words.

His deliberate act of violence against fellow professional deserves more than a 3 match ban. I say at least 4 months. But that will never happen with FA and Media who seem to love United.
 

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Is Barnes even dirty or is just because he almost broke Matic in half?

From what I've seen which isn't alot Fellani is abit of a donkey with his elbows and Costa is just a bellend. Dirty was Roy Keane, all fairies compared to the likes of Keane and Viera.
 
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Yellow cards this season:
1st. Lee Cattermole - 14
2nd. Jack Colback - 12
Joint 3rd. Fabregas & Barton - 11
Joint 4th. Mee, Ivanovic, Matic, Barry, Livermore, Wanyama, Mason, Larsson, Gardner, Reid - 10
 

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Small fouls and yellow cards are part of game, but intentional attack on a player is a different thing. Fellaini definitely for me.
 

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Definitely Feliani. Elbows all over the place. Fucking c***'s trick, that.
 

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Thatcher was also a c*** and was fined and banned by City before the FA had acted, and shipped out at the next transfer window.

The strange thing was that it was seemingly out of character for him. IIRC He'd only been sent once before in his entire career, also for an elbow, when he was at Wimbledon almost 10 years earlier.

If you want to play that game, what did United do to Keane after he went out to deliberately and pre-meditatedly injure Haaland, and then boasted about it in his book to sell more copies?
 

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Thatcher was also a c*** and was fined and banned by City before the FA had acted, and shipped out at the next transfer window.

The strange thing was that it was seemingly out of character for him. IIRC He'd only been sent once before in his entire career, also for an elbow, when he was at Wimbledon almost 10 years earlier.

If you want to play that game, what did United do to Keane after he went out to deliberately and pre-meditatedly injure Haaland, and then boasted about it in his book to sell more copies?
I'm not playing a game, just adding a bit of balance to your post. But you've tipped it the other way again as I expected you to :lol:
 
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I don't get the big hate with Fellaini. So what if he makes some late challenges? Everyone does. He's improved a lot on the elbows, but he does naturally jump like that, I've not seen him intentionally elbow someone. And that tackle at Hull has been blown way out of proportion, if you watch it in normal time, it happens so fast it can't possibly be anything more than a late challenge. Fellaini goes for the loose ball, McShane goes down to tackle, Fellaini's boot goes down on McShane and he pulls his boot away and takes the fall instead of trying to land his leg on McShane. No malice intended, it's a collision and if it hadn't cut McShane's leg nobody would give a fuck.

Compare that to players like Abel Hernandez, who punched Phil Jones in the stomach. Or the very obviously intentional stamps done by players like Steven Gerrard on Herrera. Martin Skrtel's stamp on De Gea. Ashley Barnes on Matic, Costa on Can and Skrtel, THOSE are intentional dirty play, and far worse offenders than Fellaini has been.
 

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Why was that balance? That wasn't in this season's premier league, as is the title of the post.

Other than inter club point scoring, explain what 'balance' it added.

I'll wait here.
 

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Why was that balance? That wasn't in this season's premier league, as is the title of the post.

Other than inter club point scoring, explain what 'balance' it added.

I'll wait here.
You only seem to speak out against United players or whoever else is challenging City during the current season, for example this season you've had a real bee in your bonnet about Chelsea players. I wanted to make the point that it isn't just United players who do the fucking c***'s trick (as you so eloquently put it) of elbowing people.

I didn't think I'd have to explain it for you.
 

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I don't get the big hate with Fellaini. So what if he makes some late challenges? Everyone does. He's improved a lot on the elbows, but he does naturally jump like that, I've not seen him intentionally elbow someone. And that tackle at Hull has been blown way out of proportion, if you watch it in normal time, it happens so fast it can't possibly be anything more than a late challenge. Fellaini goes for the loose ball, McShane goes down to tackle, Fellaini's boot goes down on McShane and he pulls his boot away and takes the fall instead of trying to land his leg on McShane. No malice intended, it's a collision and if it hadn't cut McShane's leg nobody would give a fuck.

Compare that to players like Abel Hernandez, who punched Phil Jones in the stomach. Or the very obviously intentional stamps done by players like Steven Gerrard on Herrera. Martin Skrtel's stamp on De Gea. Ashley Barnes on Matic, Costa on Can and Skrtel, THOSE are intentional dirty play, and far worse offenders than Fellaini has been.
Feliani does it time and again. He did it for Everton, he does it for Belgium and now he does it for United.
 

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You only seem to speak out against United players or whoever else is challenging City during the current season, for example this season you've had a real bee in your bonnet about Chelsea players. I wanted to make the point that it isn't just United players who do the fucking c***'s trick (as you so eloquently put it) of elbowing people.

I didn't think I'd have to explain it for you.
Laughable. Utterly laughable. I'm not the only person picking out Felatio in this thread. I didn't start the vote, I've not even voted and he's well out ahead. But you have to go out and dig up a City incident from years ago. 'For Balance'. Still not sure how that works.

Have I had a 'bee in my bonnet' about Chelsea? I've been annoyed at the FA for changing their rules to give their players shorter bans, but other than that, not so much.
 

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He's improved a lot on the elbows, but he does naturally jump like that, I've not seen him intentionally elbow someone. And that tackle at Hull has been blown way out of proportion, if you watch it in normal time, it happens so fast it can't possibly be anything more than a late challenge. Fellaini goes for the loose ball, McShane goes down to tackle, Fellaini's boot goes down on McShane and he pulls his boot away and takes the fall instead of trying to land his leg on McShane. No malice intended, it's a collision and if it hadn't cut McShane's leg nobody would give a fuck.
 

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Laughable. Utterly laughable. I'm not the only person picking out Felatio in this thread. I didn't start the vote, I've not even voted and he's well out ahead. But you have to go out and dig up a City incident from years ago. 'For Balance'. Still not sure how that works.

Have I had a 'bee in my bonnet' about Chelsea? I've been annoyed at the FA for changing their rules to give their players shorter bans, but other than that, not so much.
You just called a player Fellatio (you spelt it wrong, but there you go), why am I even bothering :lol:

Also I'm not having it that you ever laugh, ever. Unless someone cracks a misspelled oral sex joke.
 

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You just called a player Fellatio (you spelt it wrong, but there you go), why am I even bothering :lol:

Also I'm not having it that you ever laugh, ever. Unless someone cracks a misspelled oral sex joke.
Good argument. Is this meant to be 'bantz' or 'trolling' or something?
 
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does anyone remember the stevie me elbow on michael brown? i dont expect any of the liverpool fans on here to remember but it was nasty. fellaini is clearly one of the worst offenders in current times but he has got funny hair so its cartoonish not violent. stevie me has continued to do it over a very long titleless career though and his hair cut costs a fiver absolutely no doubt about that.
 

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Felliani can be an idiot at times. Most of the time I think he's just clumsy rather than malicious though. But to do what he did in the last game, after having a good season was just ridiculous.
 

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does anyone remember the stevie me elbow on michael brown? i dont expect any of the liverpool fans on here to remember but it was nasty. fellaini is clearly one of the worst offenders in current times but he has got funny hair so its cartoonish not violent. stevie me has continued to do it over a very long titleless career though and his hair cut costs a fiver absolutely no doubt about that.
Yeah ok, Steven Gerrard is a dirtier player than Fellaini... :ffs:
 

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