Heung-Min Son (손흥민)

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Very good chance it'll get reduced, hopefully to just one game. Three games for a little push is ridiculous. The amount of provacation has to be taken into account as well. If they uphold it in full it'll just lead to more play acting next season. It'll become touch equals red card like it's become touch equals penalty for Salah.
 

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In my view we have nothing to lose by appealing. Son's card was for violent conduct. It was red. If they want to sanction the Bournemouth player then fine. Move on.

Turning in a performance tonight is far more important. He hasn't done much for the last 6-8 games.
 
In my view we have nothing to lose by appealing. Son's card was for violent conduct. It was red. If they want to sanction the Bournemouth player then fine. Move on.

Turning in a performance tonight is far more important. He hasn't done much for the last 6-8 games.
stupid statement.

It has been 5 games since the Man City game. 4 if you don't count the unfair red card that was given to Son.
 
stupid statement.

It has been 5 games since the Man City game. 4 if you don't count the unfair red card that was given to Son.
You need to elaborate on the stupidity bit!

The card was not unfair. Son was sent off for violent conduct. Being provoked does not excuse the violent conduct, nor negate the retaliation and the red that followed. It's called discipline. If the authorities want to sanction the Bournemouth player retrospectively then go ahead.

Performance wise, Son has been extremely average for the last 6-8 games (as has most of the team)

Addition: Actually it's only 4 games that he's been average!
 
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You need to elaborate on the stupidity bit!

The card was not unfair. Son was sent off for violent conduct. Being provoked does not excuse the violent conduct, nor negate the retaliation and the red that followed. It's called discipline. If the authorities want to sanction the Bournemouth player retrospectively then go ahead.

Performance wise, Son has been extremely average for the last 6-8 games (as has most of the team)
Did you just miss the part where you were told the performance against City was just 4 games away? Or was that extremely average aswell?
 

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You need to elaborate on the stupidity bit!

The card was not unfair. Son was sent off for violent conduct. Being provoked does not excuse the violent conduct, nor negate the retaliation and the red that followed. It's called discipline. If the authorities want to sanction the Bournemouth player retrospectively then go ahead.

Performance wise, Son has been extremely average for the last 6-8 games (as has most of the team)
Seems like this guy forgot why Spurs is in the semi finals in CL.
 

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