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Asian Games: Malaysia 0 – China 3 Thanks to Ben Williams Red Cards!

Just spent a couple of hours watching the 8-man Malaysians being thrashed 3-0 by the Chinese football team at the Asian Games in Guangzhou.

China played well and was a better team, no doubt about it.

But one thing that in a BIG way influenced the results was the amount of cards. 3 RED CARDS and 7 YELLOW CARDS. And the surprising part was that all the cards were for Malaysia!

And it was all thanks to the stupidity of Benjamin William the referee from Australia. Sure the Malaysian boys deserved some of the cards, maybe 1 red card for kicking the ball out on purpose and few yellows for harsh tackles. But to get Red Carded for protesting referee’s decision is just pure stupidity.

I’m not an expert in refereeing but I swear that I’ve seen captain of teams protesting on behalf of the team in many EPL and World Cup games. No matter how bad the protest was (foul language etc) the Captain does not deserve a straight Red Card!

So here you go… Some screenshots of the stupidest referee ever! I hope the Malaysian team goes all the way in filing an official protest to FIFA.

Ben Williams, maybe you should just stick to your full time teaching job and referee high school football games instead where you can give as many cards as you like! So much for a Fair Game policy! Good Day Mate!

I salute the Malaysian team not for their performance, not for their tough defensive approach but for having a high sportsman spirit for still willing to shake Ben William’s hand after the game. Well done tigers!

p/s: what do you guys think? All is fair in football?

11 Comments

  1. gory November 13, 2010 at 11:45 pm

    And China has not even one card? So fair play by them. Damn

  2. llclll November 14, 2010 at 2:23 am

    Agreed. Ref was shite. But can we complain to FIFA since this is not a FIFA event? If u were watching the ARENA 801 telecast u could hear Zainal Abidin Rawop lambasting the ref, objectivity be damned lol

  3. mas November 14, 2010 at 10:15 am

    pemainan 2 memang betul2 x adil….. mungkin pengadil 2 x brapa betul kot!!!! may be ade masalah otak…..

  4. Aqil November 14, 2010 at 10:23 am

    China kat rasuah dia tiptop. yg pengadil pulak australia, memang tak suka malaysia. China pndai pilih reff. Dah aussie tak de kena mengena dgn asian game. Buduh

  5. Bo is a nerd November 14, 2010 at 10:39 am

    Salam bro,

    Aku rasa dia ni dah ada deal dgn triads kat China. Let the host nation win, or you die kinda thing. Tgk muka dia pun boleh get you’re blood boiling.

    http://www.boisanerd.blogspot.com

    • azuan November 14, 2010 at 10:48 am

      Bo, Wsalam.

      Aku agree. Kalau aku Safiq Rahim tu dah lama aku bagi sebiji kat muka dia.. alang2 nak kena sent off. Tapi at least Malaysian tigers ni penyabar la jugak kiranya….

      So kawan2 sekalian, amacam.. lawan Iran ada can ke?

  6. zakuan zakuan November 14, 2010 at 10:42 am

    Referee memang macam kayu…. bukit kayu hitam lagi bagus dari referee kayu ni!

    Bodoh! Bodoh! Bodoh!

  7. tabligh guys November 14, 2010 at 12:25 pm

    China play with 11+1 (import player Ben) = 12 player but Malaysia play with 8 player. Ben William create the provocation, 3 red card + 5 yellow card. Eventhough he is a teacher his judgment do not look like giving a chances and lesson, seems he is unmatured referee ever exist by FiFa and bias to host China. To Ben if dejavu like this happend to your country or your provinence or your school team’s then you will know how terribble you was in the past time..what goes around, comes around

  8. watever November 15, 2010 at 6:42 pm

    rasuah ke apa ke, dia orang main di china, so kalau mau menang pun memang susah, Raja sudah agak dah masalah ni akan berlaku haiz, bengang nampak kung fu football ni.

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