Once again Howard Webb showed his true colours and favoured Man Utd with two critical decisions against Liverpool in the FA Cup tie at Old Trafford on Sunday. A dive by Berbatov in the penalty box (yes he dived!) and a Steven Gerrard sending off (a yellow at best) tipped the balance in favour of Utd. In spite of this, Liverpool matched United even with 10 men.
Webb has a history of making decisions against Liverpool. He gave a penalty to Man Utd last season (Click Here) when a foul was committed outside the box and in February denied Liverpool a last-minute penalty against Arsenal when Febregas clearly handled the ball from a free-kick on the edge of the box.
Ryan Babel is now in hot water with the FA for posting a justifiable image of Webb in a United shirt (above). Instead of taking action against Babel maybe the FA should review the two decisions more carefully and take action against Webb.