Oumar Niasse's case is so simple... the Everton forward dived, it's cheating

Everton requested a personal hearing for Oumar Niasse over his diving charge. Maybe that was the problem. If Niasse said to the commission what he told the media after the game with Crystal Palace, he was always going to get weighed off.
'It was on my upper body and when I felt the contact, I was in the box, so that is it,' Niasse explained. 'That is all I have to do. Go on the floor. If you watch the video, you can understand there is contact.'
That is less justification, more confession. Where does it say it is a foul if there is contact with a forward in the penalty area? Football is a... read more

23 November 2017 in Sport, Views: 42
Source: Daily Mail

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