We suppsoe it’s safe to say that Mick Quinn the former Newcastle striker was never a fan of Fabricio Coloccini and he won’t be after today’s game.
Mick is right when he says there was no need to give Steven Fletcher a little nudge (that was all it was even through Steve went flying – really impressive) as goalkeeper Rob Elliot was always going to get to the ball first.
And that’s what it should never have been a red card – it was not a clear-cut goal-scoring opportunity.
Mick Quinn – slams Fabricio Coloccini
But of course that’s all under the Tyne Bridge now – we lost 3-0.
If the FA comes out and says it should not have been a red card – do we get a point for the game?
Here’s Quinn’s rather vicious criticism of the Newcastle captain.
No need for Collocini to make the challenge BrainDead defending That was the only kick they had in the 1st half,the penalty
— mick quinn (@mickquinn1089) October 25, 2015
Collocini……….BrainDead — mick quinn (@mickquinn1089) October 25, 2015