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Was either penalty a penalty?

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Which do you agree with most?

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31 Re: Was either penalty a penalty? on Wed Oct 26 2016, 17:46

Reebok Trotter

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Nat Lofthouse
Nat Lofthouse
okocha wrote:We should be celebrating another win, a solid performance and a clean sheet, but we are lost in damning our own players with ludicrous accusations of "throwing" themselves down for which there is absolutely no evidence at all. Clough "fell" down after clear contact in both cases.

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32 Re: Was either penalty a penalty? on Wed Oct 26 2016, 18:47

wessy

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Andy Walker
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it really doesn't matter, the Ref gave them both end of.

Enjoy it because as sure as eggs are eggs we will be on the other end of a decision like this before the seasons out.

33 Re: Was either penalty a penalty? on Wed Oct 26 2016, 18:51

Soul Kitchen

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Ivan Campo
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wessy wrote:it really doesn't matter, the Ref gave them both end of.

Enjoy it because as sure as eggs are eggs we will be on the other end of a decision like this before the seasons out.
Correct. It balances out over a season. If I remember correctly, we should have had a couple of penalties at the macron that where less doubtful than those two, not given.

34 Re: Was either penalty a penalty? on Wed Oct 26 2016, 19:21

doffcocker

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Ivan Campo
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The first one was a bit soft and Clough made a meal of it.

With the second, it's a clear intentional foul.

Either way, I was amazed in both cases to see them actually given.

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