After a 2-2 tie with Arsenal, Marco Silva slams EPL officials for “protecting the big clubs.”

An intense match between Fulham United and Arsenal Football Club just concluded at the Emirates Stadium. Neither team was able to secure a victory. CONTINUE READING>>>>>

With barely 60 seconds remaining in the first half, Fulham United’s Andreas Pereira, a Brazilian midfielder, scored the game’s opening goal. After England international Bukayo Saka scored from the penalty spot and Nketiah added a second goal two minutes later to give the Gunners the lead, Arsenal Football Club scored an equalizer in the 70th minute.

In the 87th minute, Fulham United equalized thanks to a superb goal from Brazilian midfielder Palhinha, and it was all they needed to salvage a draw from the game. Arsenal was unable to maintain their lead for very long.

The manager of Fulham United, Marco Silva, has come out in the open to publicly express his displeasure with the officials following the game.

Calvin Bassey received a yellow card, which Silva described as a “joke” in his speech. He even went so far as to say that the referees were protecting the major clubs by draining the game of all emotion.

“In his own Words”

If you see the first yellow this afternoon for Calvin Bassey, it’s a joke. When Marco Silva declared, “They are taking all the emotion out of the game because it’s going to protect the big clubs,” it sparked a huge response from football fans all across the world, with many flocking to the comment sections to express their outrage.

Screenshots of some of the reactions from soccer fans throughout the world are shown below.…… Continue Your Reading

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