FOMRER Prem referee Mark Halsey provides his verdict on Lukaku escaping a ban for his tried kicks on Gaeten Bong.
I’m amazed that every one three former referees on the FA retrospective panel didn’t view Lukaku’s double kick on Bong as an act of violent conduct.
What on earth have been they watching?
Lukaku was responsible of violent conduct beneath Legislation 12 when he tried to kick Bong TWICE.
In reality, the second kick truly made contact with the Brighton defender within the crown jewels.
Lukaku is an especially fortunate boy and I’m positive Jose Mourinho and Manchester United have been anticipating a cost introduced towards their striker.
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The decision makes a mockery of the review panel and off-the-ball incidents not seen by the match officials.
There is no consistency either.
LUK-Y BOY Man United star Lukaku to face no FA punishment after appearing to kick Brighton’s Bong
Tell me what’s the difference between what Lukaku did and Birmingham’s Paul Robinson against Aston Villa in April?
One got off scot free and the other received a three-match ban – that says it all.