Stott ... could have called a foul every 30 seconds and been in the right.
I still think that the PK was a BS call.
Especially when Escobar should have seen a 2nd yellow.
If Stott is going to overlook that obvious sending-off,
he can overlook a flopping Martinez, even in ATL.
thats an awfully good reminder to quit and put that feedback in your exit interview. Eff that guy.
Here is where you and I differ.
We are all playing the same game: Work.
However, it is a judged, not a scored, sport.
There are style points and subjective measures.
Not that I was not always banging heads with bosses.
I just knew that ass-kissing was a large part of any bureaucracy where I worked. And there were several.
My F-in-L told me that the best way to succeed was to Keep Your Boss Happy. The best and brightest are not always the most promoted and rewarded. I have seen this repeated time and again.
You do not have to like the game, or play it.
But do not deny that it exists, and is often the only game.
There was plenty of blame to be shared among the back four. The loss of Tarek hurt. Insinho came on and ran around and through everyone. Lade was beat, but so was Royer. That goal was deflected past Robles by Nealis, and Parker made the whole play onside. Nealis conceded the PK, and no one covered Ilsinho on the rebound.