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Heyho

One rule for one...

Just watching Liverpool v Bournemouth.

What was wrong with the Bournemouth effort really. And why did Liverpool get their goal given the new (and supposedly fresh in the refs minds) rule on off side.
Grind

I could just about see what the Elphick goal was disallowed for (although it seemed a soft call), but if they wanted a poster child for what constitutes the new interpretation of the offside law changes, they need look no further than the Coutinho attempt on goal.

Bonkers.
Heyho

Grind wrote:
I could just about see what the Elphick goal was disallowed for (although it seemed a soft call), but if they wanted a poster child for what constitutes the new interpretation of the offside law changes, they need look no further than the Coutinho attempt on goal.

Bonkers.


The thing was about the disallowed goal the Liverpool player made no attempt at going for the ball but a lot of effort in bending over
Grind

All that said, I wasn't all that upset, since I have Henderson and Benteke in one of my Fantsay Footie teams.
fartcatcher

The adoption of Fergie time as a standard across the whole Football league bugs the hell out of me. 10 minutes of injury time not unusual.

Conceding a goal in the last minute i can handle, but conceding a goal 8 minutes after the game is supposed to have finished makes very very very cross.
sheeps

Re: One rule for one...

Heyho wrote:
Just watching Liverpool v Bournemouth.

What was wrong with the Bournemouth effort really. And why did Liverpool get their goal given the new (and supposedly fresh in the refs minds) rule on off side.




Human error.

It happens.
Heyho

fartcatcher wrote:
The adoption of Fergie time as a standard across the whole Football league bugs the hell out of me. 10 minutes of injury time not unusual.

Conceding a goal in the last minute i can handle, but conceding a goal 8 minutes after the game is supposed to have finished makes very very very cross.


Whats the argument against the Rugby type idea where the clock stops when there is a hold up of play.

That way 45 minutes and 90 minutes are then end. Full stop
sheeps

Heyho wrote:
fartcatcher wrote:
The adoption of Fergie time as a standard across the whole Football league bugs the hell out of me. 10 minutes of injury time not unusual.

Conceding a goal in the last minute i can handle, but conceding a goal 8 minutes after the game is supposed to have finished makes very very very cross.


Whats the argument against the Rugby type idea where the clock stops when there is a hold up of play.

That way 45 minutes and 90 minutes are then end. Full stop




None from me.
Heyho

sheeps wrote:
Heyho wrote:
fartcatcher wrote:
The adoption of Fergie time as a standard across the whole Football league bugs the hell out of me. 10 minutes of injury time not unusual.

Conceding a goal in the last minute i can handle, but conceding a goal 8 minutes after the game is supposed to have finished makes very very very cross.


Whats the argument against the Rugby type idea where the clock stops when there is a hold up of play.

That way 45 minutes and 90 minutes are then end. Full stop


None from me.


AND (whilst I am still on the subject) allow trainers on the field of play whilst the game progresses. Surely this will cut down a lot of wasted time.
Dalek

... And make the players (and managers) show the same respect to the officials' authority.
sheeps

Heyho wrote:
sheeps wrote:
Heyho wrote:
fartcatcher wrote:
The adoption of Fergie time as a standard across the whole Football league bugs the hell out of me. 10 minutes of injury time not unusual.

Conceding a goal in the last minute i can handle, but conceding a goal 8 minutes after the game is supposed to have finished makes very very very cross.


Whats the argument against the Rugby type idea where the clock stops when there is a hold up of play.

That way 45 minutes and 90 minutes are then end. Full stop


None from me.


AND (whilst I am still on the subject) allow trainers on the field of play whilst the game progresses. Surely this will cut down a lot of wasted time.




No to this one.

It would be a problem if in the box, plus he could be putting someone on side. Several other reasons why it wouldn't work.
Frazier Cranium

Such as, one being that MOST teams play football with the ball on the deck... if it hit the injured player or the physio etc, it would just be chaos.

Re the showing the officials more respect, yes I agree but the authorities should allow the officials to be more strict AND officials need to impose their authority more.

Played lots and lots of pub league games and if you ever swore at the ref you were probably sent off or at least booked... how many times do you see bastard players swearing at professional refs?  Countless times, that's how many (sort of )

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