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The Thoughts Of Vicious Sid

In their day, Nostradamus was ridiculed, Darwin was poo-pooed and even Brian Clough had his critics but in these enlightened times, their thoughts are now seen in a different light and they are more and more respected. Well, Never Mind The Bollocks Here's The Thoughts Of Vicious Sid. He's a lover, not a fighter, unless it's about fighting for the bullied and oppressed and, in this day and age, that's the ordinary man and woman in the street. He will fight their corner until the end. He is the voice of reason, fair and just but will pull no punches when it comes to the dark underbelly of this evil world: things like lawyers, judges, politicians, perverts and Manchester United Football Club. Make yourself a cup of tea and pull up a chair, dear reader, and delve into the world of The Thoughts Of Vicious Sid. You never know, it may change your life forever. Together, we'll put this world to rights. All comments below are from the deep and meaningful mind of Vicious Sid himself and published and 'Liked' in major newspapers. If writing be the food of love, then read on . . .

The Thoughts Of Vicious Sid 30.10.12
31 October 2012 @ 06:14

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30.10.12
Clattenburg is Marked down as Utd star of the future
IF it goes on like this, Howard Webb will lose his place in the Manchester United side to Mark Clattenburg. Very harsh, perhaps. But not totally unfair.
It’s a sentiment a few others may well be sharing this morning after United escaped from Stamford Bridge yesterday with their first win there in a decade.
Manager Alex Ferguson has moaned for years that United never get anything at Chelsea except a raw deal.
Twice in the last few years alone he has seen his side depart empty-handed after Martin Atkinson blundered in giving free-kicks which led to goals that turned out to be Chelsea winners.
After United, for a change, got away with daylight robbery, Ferguson said: “We have had some shocking decisions down here over the years.”
There were more of them yesterday. This time, though, they were in United’s favour and went some way towards making the deeply suspicious Scot feel that, maybe, the world is not always against him and his lovely boys.
He will have got this unlikely sensation for the first time last season when United came back to share the points after trailing 3-0 at half-time.
Now, for the second successive season, he was able to leave Stamford Bridge with something other than the hump.
For that he can thank his new mate Clattenburg, who came up with the sort of United-friendly decisions we always thought to be the exclusive territory of the previously mentioned Webb.
All in all, it was a staggeringly inept performance from a man claimed to be our second-best match official.
It would then get worse when Clattenburg was reported to the FA by Chelsea for twice using ‘inappropriate language’ towards their players.
Refereeing in this country has been a disgrace for so many years that it was only going to be a matter of time before they became the great talking point once more.
In a way, perhaps, we should thank them as I’m not sure there’s much left to wring out of a race debate that both sides have grown increasingly weary of.
But that doesn’t excuse the manner in which the appalling Clattenburg ruined one of the season’s great matches yesterday.
A capacity crowd and millions at home had been swept along on a carousel of thrills, spills and emotions as the European champions locked horns with the latest team to come off the Old Trafford conveyor belt.
They had seen Robin van Persie power United into a 2-0 lead inside the opening 12 minutes as the visitors attacked what they deemed the weak point in the Chelsea defence — England left-back Ashley Cole.
Well, if not Cole then certainly Chelsea’s left flank, where both Oscar and Eden Hazard were giving Cole no cover whatsoever.
Twice, United broke down the left and twice the ball was cut back for Van Persie to hammer home. But Chelsea fought back with guts and style.
A perfectly-struck Juan Mata free-kick — after Wayne Rooney had clipped Hazard’s ankles when the Belgian had the cheek to nick the ball off old spudface — made it 2-1 just before the break. A powerful Ramires header eight minutes into the second-half then made it all-square.
No one, not even the United fans, could deny Chelsea hadn’t earned it. Everything had been set up for a magical, pulsating last half hour.
Enter the clod-hopping Clattenburg in the 63rd minute.
OK, we’ll give him the benefit of the doubt over the first red card that reduced Chelsea to 10 men. Not that I want to.
But people keep banging on about how rules are rules and if a forward (Ashley Young) bites the dust when pursued by a defender (Branislav Ivanovic) and if that defender is the last defender even though contact is minimal then... on yer bike, son.
Yet there should be some leeway for refs in ‘last defender’ situations where there is neither shirt-tugging, tripping or anything out of the pages of the ‘Sly Art of Defending’.
Perhaps, in cases like this, there should be a case for just a yellow.
But it was the second red card — five minutes later — that condemned Clattenburg as the villain of the piece.
OK, Chelsea striker Fernando Torres has earned a reputation over the last few seasons as a play actor.
But for him to have received a second yellow for allegedly diving over a Jonny Evans tackle was a nonsense. Many will say the Spaniard had it coming as he could well have been sent off for an earlier throat-high tackle on Tom Cleverley.
But that is not the point. The point is, in that case, Clattenburg made two decisions about Torres and got them both wrong.
He and his linesman then put the icing on the cake.
They did so by failing to detect that Javier Hernandez was offside as the Mexican substitute scored United’s 75th-minute winner.
Then came the later allegations of ‘inappropriate language’ aimed at two players, one believed to be Jon Obi Mikel.
Not a great day for Clattenburg who has got referees right back where they don’t want to be.
All over the back pages.

vicious.sid: All true, I'm afraid. PL referees' egos are becoming as big as the players (and, trust me, that's BIG!). Clattenburg totally ruined a fantastic match that had me on the edge of my seat, even though I'm a neutral. All those fans that paid a hell of a lot of money to be there must feel very, very cheated. All thanks to him!

 

30.10.12
David Moyes’ girl: I’m surprised dad didn’t headbutt Luis Suarez
EVERTON manager David Moyes' daughter has slammed Liverpool's Luis Suarez for taunting her dad - tweeting: "Very surprised my dad didn't just nut Suarez."
Twitter rage ... Lauren Moyes Her outburst came after the Uruguayan ace celebrated his first goal in Sunday's 2-2 draw by sprinting towards the opposition's manager and diving to the floor.
Moyes had previously criticised Suarez for going down too easily, saing: "I think he has got history," and adding: "It will turn the supporters away from football if they think people are conning their way to results."
But while the Everton boss managed to keep his cool in the face of Suarez' cheeky celebration, his girl Lauren quickly saw red.
And while she deleted her message an hour later, by that time it had been re-tweeted more than 700 times.
She did add an apology however, saying: "Sorry if that last tweet offended anyone #caught up in the moment."
Perhaps she had been cheered by her dad's side banging in two goals inside 15 minutes to draw level with their Merseyside rivals.

vicious.sid: It didn't offend me, I wanted to nut my tv!!! He is an annoying person.

 

30.10.12
Teacher attack left girl, 4, brain damaged
A TWISTED teacher left a little girl brain damaged after a horrifying classroom attack - which was recorded on CCTV. The shocking images of the woman teacher tossing a four-year-old little girl to the ground were captured on film.
The video shows the cruel classroom boss kicking the child while she lay on the floor, before picking her up again and dropping her face first onto the ground.
Local media said the youngster, who is mentally disabled, slipped into unconsciousness. Reports say she is now severely brain damaged.
The teacher who initially denied any wrong doing, has now been prosecuted.
Video of the attack emerged after two similar shocking incidents in China surfaced last week.

vicious.sid: Even I am speechless . . .

 

30.10.12
Woman raped in alley by stranger on night out was sexually assaulted AGAIN by passer-by as she lay helpless
Mustafa Yussuf, 21, was the first man to attack the woman. He was jailed for seven years for the rape
A woman who was dragged into an alleyway and raped after a night out was subjected to a second horrifying ordeal by another man as she lay recovering from the attack.
Mustafa Yussuf was the first to prey on the woman as she walked through Manchester city centre on New year's Eve, marching her into Church Street car park and raping her in a nearby lane.
After the assault the then 20-year-old fled the scene, leaving the woman helpless.
It was then that, instead of assisting her, another man pounced on the woman and raped her.
The distressing details of the double rape emerged as Yussuf, now 21, from Manchester, was jailed for seven years for the attack.
He claimed to have had a consensual encounter with the woman but denied rape.
But a jury at Manchester Crown Court trial rejected his account and found him guilty.
Judge Martin Steiger QC, sentencing, said he ‘hadn’t the slightest doubt’ that Yussuf was ‘perfectly aware’ the woman was too drunk to consent to any activity.
The court heard that the ‘mature’ woman had drunk to excess because of relationship problems, with CCTV showing she was unable to stand.
She was refused re-entry to the nightclub when she asked to be allowed in to search for her lost handbag.
In the aftermath of the double-rape attack she needed strangers’ help to get home and she was unable to remember what had happened to her for two hours.

vicious.sid: What the hell is happening to this world? Just when you think that nothing could get worse, it's all been done, then you get this piece of filth that would attack a helpless person who has already been attacked. Mankind is going backwards. More and more people are becoming uncaring and selfish but to do something like this - I just can't take it in, I can't believe that anyone could be this evil. I am just stunned.

Steve: So, seven years for rape and out in maybe three. And the poor girl by then will have forgotten what happened? The courts suck, 25 years for rape and let the scum rot in prison. He was lucky he didnt fake a winning lottery ticket, he would have got more.



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