Chelsea fans agitated that Anthony Taylor should stop officiating their matches.
This time around, it's all about Michael Oliver as the blues' fans went on social media to share their different opinion on the appointment of Michael Oliver for the crucial match against Pep Guardiola's side.
Reece James was sent off by Anthony Taylor against Liverpool at Anfield few weeks back for a handball on the touchline and he also awarded the home team a penalty which Salah converted.
Immediately after the match, Chelsea fans filed a petition against him and now the same fans are not happy with the choice of Michael Oliver as the central referee. Below are some of their reactions on Twitter
- Nickson Javas (@Nicksan Javas)
Oh no, usually things don't end well for us when he is in charge, especially big games like this one. Oh God, it's up to you.
- Kalwiji Bob (@BobKalwiji123)
- Qaqambile (@Donqminati)
He is not exactly great but he's not as bad as Taylor.
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