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City to appeal Kompany red

Manchester City manager Roberto Mancini has confirmed the club will appeal against Vincent Kompany's red card in Sunday's 3-2 defeat to Manchester United.

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buddymagoo2326d ago

He will just get a longer ban. It was a two footed tackle and if Nani wasn't as nimble as he is, he could have had his legs broken.

buddymagoo2326d ago

Wey hey! I must admit, without you I would have much less fun on here.

danikagrace2326d ago

I agree completely, it was a clear two-footed tackle and I'm surprised they want to appeal.

guigsy2326d ago

They won't win, you're not allowed to tackle like that anymore whether you win the ball or not.

silvacrest2325d ago

that was never a red in my opinion, kompany won the ball, nani didn't even get hit, because kompany had one two legs where they shouldn't be he gets a red?? giggs tackle was worse but again, because one leg was used its fine

roy kean was right, you cant make a tackle any more

danikagrace2325d ago

So someone needs to be on the floor with a broken leg??
Two-footed tackles are not allowed regardless of whether the ball is won, it's dangerous play. Thankfully Nani is quick and nimble and was able to jump out of the way.

silvacrest2325d ago (Edited 2325d ago )

i didn't say he needed to be injured, just that contact wasn't even made, that tackle deserved a yellow at most, a free kick if the ref didn't over react

a red card for winning the ball & making zero contact is stupid

danikagrace2325d ago

Again: Two-footed tackles are not allowed regardless of whether the ball is won or anything else. It's dangerous play.