Outrage at Newcastle

The new rich of soccer wants to cling to the elite in any way. In the absence of the games postponed due to the COVID-19 outbreaks that are to be played on matchday 18 of the Premier League, Newcastle occupy the 19th place in the standings. The Magpies they are, with 41 goals against, the team with the most goals in the English top division. They have only won one game so far this season – against Burnley 1-0 – and add 10 points, three from the position that marks the salvation. Despite the fact that some bad refereeing decisions have conditioned several Newcastle games so far this season, the team’s performance in football is what is marking the future of the season of the Magpies. Eddie Howe’s team comes from receiving three consecutive wins, but from England they point to a “conspiracy against Newcastle” as other reasons for the bad moment that the team is going throughHence, the black and white box is considering filing a formal complaint to the Premier League.

They lost 4-0 to Leicester City, lost again to Liverpool 3-1 and this weekend was beaten by Manchester City at home (4-0), but from the British newspaper Telegraph exclusively inform that “Newcastle United is ready to make a formal complaint to the Premier League about the level of refereeing in their last three games, after a series of controversial decisions against Eddie Howe’s team. “According to this medium, the English coach of the Magpies it would have been the one who, in private, has shown his indignation and communicated to his staff the desire to reunite the actions in which Newcastle have been harmed. “Newcastle believe it is important to register their complaint and ask for a more detailed explanation of why the decisions were made.”, add the Telegraph.

Leicester, Liverpool and Manchester City, the “winners”

The first of the actions for which they put the cry in the sky took place against Leicester. Peter Banks, referee of the match, awarded a penalty in the 38th minute when the match was still 0-0 for an alleged foul by Jamaal Lascelles on James Maddison. The VAR did not send the English referee to review the action and Youri Tielemans executed the maximum penalty. Final score? 4-0. During the following day, against Jürgen Klopp’s team, midfielder Isaac Hayden was stretched out on the pitch due to a blow to the head and Diogo Jota, taking advantage of the Newcastle player’s position, was free of the mark to score the 1- 1, since Magpies he had managed to get ahead on the scoreboard at 7 minutes. Referee Mike Dean interpreted “Hayden was holding his back instead of his head,” states the Telegraph, and the goal ended up going up to the electronic.

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The last of the refereeing errors that Eddie Howe denounces took place against Manchester City. Ederson Moraos, goalkeeper for Pep Guardiola’s team, beat Ryan Fraser out into the penalty area but the match referee, Martin Atkinson, did not point to the penalty spot. Joao Cancelo had reached that ball before, cutting the ball long from the Newcastle player, but the Brazilian goalkeeper of Manchester City could not stop after having gone to the ground and ended up running over the attacker of the Magpies. “Nobody understands it. The players don’t understand it, the managers don’t understand it, and that’s the way it is. It’s not disconcerting. Like I said, it happens every week. Something always comes up and it’s a challenge,” said Ryan Fraser at the end of the game. .

The conspiracy current that floods social networks seems to have permeated the Newcastle board, hence the intention to file a formal complaint about the arbitrations. And, according to the Telegraph, the fans Magpies they think that “There is some kind of conspiracy against Newcastle after the acquisition by the Public Investment Fund of Saudi Arabia which, in theory, made the club the richest in the world”. A possible demotion of the English team would be a major blow to the aspirations of the new Saudi owners of the club, and according to conspiracy theorists, this would be the wish of many members of the Premier League. However, with or without arbitration errors, Eddie Howe’s men will have to improve their image for the visit of Manchester United, next rival of the Magpies in St. James’ Park.

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