(Video) What Jason Tindall said to Anthony Gordon after Alexander-Arnold’s yellow card

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Jason Tindall has grown in notoriety due to his unwavering wish to be centre of attention on the Newcastle sidelines and a message he shared with Anthony Gordon has now been shared online.

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Right after Trent Alexander-Arnold was booked for his reaction to being pushed in the back by the former Everton man, cameras present for the club’s YouTube account managed to capture what Eddie Howe’s assistant said.

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The coach can be seen telling the Scouser: “Ant! One vs. ones!”, encouraging the winger to try and draw our No.66 into another foul and thus getting him sent off – something which very nearly did happen soon after.

You can watch the video of Alexander-Arnold, Gordon and Tindall (from 5:54) via Liverpool FC on YouTube:

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  1. Coach tells winger to get at booked full back. Jesus, the internet really is full of pointless drivel.

  2. How exactly is “Ant! One vs. ones!” a clear instruction to draw another fould our of Tent AA?

    I think he was merely pointing out that Gordon was winning most of his One v Ones against TAA and to keep it up. Most likely referring to winning in terms of pace.

  3. In all sincerity Gordòn’s pushing Anorld perpetuated Anorld to throw the ball and subsequently received a controversial yellow card For Brooks to not hand Arnold the second yellow card was just to blaa the scales.Peole like Shearer should be ignored because their arguments are perpetuated by bias and wishes.In his entire experience in foot ball he had seen many rough tackles but no

    1. Totally agree 100%. I think the ref realised he should if given Trent a free kick and maybe even booked Gordon hence why Trent didn’t get second yellow to balance the scales up.

  4. What a game it was, well i think TRENT should’ve expected such to happen often after him getting bocked!

    Thank God Arnold was able to continue

    And winning is all that matters!

  5. Pushing Anold from behind doesn’t get the booking, instead by throwing back the ball got a yellow card, what’s type a referee.

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