Lallana given red card for putting Spurs teenager in a chokehold

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#23
Was at the game yesterday, there were battles all over the pitch tbh. I reckon there was bad blood before hand because of the 1st teams game. Our lads were tough & physical & were not to be pushed around, also lallana seems to think he’s to big for his boots, didn’t realise he was playing until he got sent off...Glad that mug never signed for us !
 

Sir Henry

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#24
I'm fully expecting the club to create t-shirts in the support of banana in which this incident was clearly not his doing.
 

Armstrong_11

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#25
Should be given a ban from all football related activities for 6months. That's violent conduct.
 

Japhet

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#26
Lets not over-egg this or we'll sound like the scousers. It was a volatile game after Anfield and I'm sure there was plenty of banter. It looked like Lallana might have taken a crack in the back of the head during the initial challenge and then over-reacted (like loads of our players did at Stamford Bridge really). He got a red card which he deserved - end of.
 
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