I ****ing hate the MK Dongs
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What an absolute stitch up. **** MK Dons. As if the **** was even close to meaning to do that, I'd be embarassed to celebrate that bull****.
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Better team won on the day sadly.
Good to see the MKD manager telling his staff to tone down the celebrations at the final whistle. And to see the Wimbledon manager doing all the right things after the game as well.
Sadly, MK Dons are a very good side, arguably the second best in the Cup at this stage () and play good football. I don't like Robinson, but yes he deserved to be commended for his actions at the end there.
Good tie, Wimbledon were always up against it as there is a lot more between the sides than was shown today.
Hopefully next time they play, they will be on level footing and Wimbledon will smash them. ****s.
Bury or Southend end away as reward if we win our replay then, what a treat.
Fairly uninspring draw all round.
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Don't know how to respond to that. He's hardly brilliant but he's also clearly reasonably decent. No idea where that post has come from.
What gets me most with Lindegaard is that he's actually worse at dealing with crosses and general communication in the box than De Gea is, which is DDG's supposed weakness. And De Gea is the far superior shot-stopper.
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Lindegaard's fairly poor at dealing with crosses but when I watch De Gea I sometimes can't believe a professional goalkeeper can be so bad at it. Remember the goal against Fulham?
With Lindegaard you might get a handful more "he arguably could have done better with that one" goals conceded but with De Gea you regularly get proper "oh my god how on earth did he manage to give them a goal out of that" moments. His shot-stopping isn't as great as people sometimes like to make out either, and his distribution is surprisingly rubbish (although Lindegaard's is too).
I'd play De Gea against most teams in the CL and teams like Arsenal or Swansea but I think Fergie's got it right in picking Lindegaard against West Ham and Reading.
He was just officiating his son's game. My dad does that all the time.
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