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Fulham - Kinnear`s Bitching (Again)

Fulham - Kinnear`s Bitching (Again)

Those rose tinted specatacles have once again been put to good use.

Today`s wearer is none other than the Newcastle boss, Roy Kinnear, who failed to spot a blatant offside when Ameobi equalised for his side but instead chose to berate Martin Atkinson, the referee, for failing to spot a foul committed by Andrew Johnson before his own dopey defender, Coloccini, hung a leg out for AJ to trip over.

In his post match press conference Kinnear bleated,

"We were the far better team in the second half. Once we got back at 1-1, there was only one team that was going to win,'

'But the referee's decision has cost us dearly. When he sees it (again) he needs to apologise big-time. He has plenty to answer for.'


Get over it Joe, some you win (Ameobi) and some you lose (Johnson)!



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Writer:Andrew Joyce
Date:Sunday November 9 2008
Time: 7:45PM

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Kinnear is showing himself up again with another ridiculous moan about a foul that never was. He ought to take a leaf out of our Roy's book and have little dignity after matches.
Edens
10/11/2008 15:44:00
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JOE - DIGNITY - NEVER IN A MILLION YEARS!
Al Billy
10/11/2008 19:18:00
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blinded by loyalty to the cause I guess
Putney
10/11/2008 19:19:00
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it seems that most managers except roy seem to moan when they get beat by us, i think we have not had the best of decisions and results so far this season but that is football dont moan just get on with it
dan the man
12/11/2008 09:02:00
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