Thursday, January 12, 2012

Gerrard Respond to Complaints Mancini Referee Problem

MANCHESTER - Roberto Mancini back feels aggrieved by a decision of the referee as his team was defeated 1-0 by Liverpool in the Carling Cup semi-final first leg on Thursday (1/12/2012). However, Mancini's complaint immediately got a response from the Liverpool captain, Steven Gerrard.

As is known, Mancini seemingly annoyed when Joleon Lescott players are confronted by two feet of Glen Johnson. Suddenly the incident provoked emotions of the players and assume Johnson City has committed an offense in the penalty box and decent red card. However, referee Lee Mason assess the Dachshund is quite clean.

Mancini also felt aggrieved by the referee and back judge Dachshund made ​​by Johnson more dangerous than that performed by Vincent Kompany to Manchester United's Luis Nani last weekend.

"That should be a penalty. Tackles made ​​by Glen Johnson is more dangerous than that performed by Vincent Kompany in the face of Manchester United, "said Mancini told BBC Sport on Thursday (1/12/2012).

However, Mancini's comments are directly addressed by Gerrard, who in this fight scored the winning goal for the Reds. Gerrard assess Dachshund made ​​by his colleague does not harm your opponent and do not deserve a red card.

"This is clearly a clean tackle. Mancini too look to Wayne Rooney who seek to influence (the referee) that the players released by the referee on Sunday. So, he tried the same thing to our players and it is not true, "said Gerrard


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