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    I live too far away to attend many matches.

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  1. It would be his most brilliant triumph if he pulled it off. Probably get a nobel prize for inventing the time travelling machine too.
  2. Because IT HIT his arm. The law was always deliberate handball was the offence. The problem is they keep moving the goalposts on the guidance to the refs. Where was the arm meant to be?
  3. That’s just confused it more. He says absolutely correct then says not a penalty for him and hasn’t been over the years.
  4. I can’t see how they ruled that as arm too far from body or in an unnatural position though. Apparently it’s being changed to any handball next season. Won’t be long before forwards are blootering it straight at defenders hoping it will touch there arm.
  5. No chance. If his arm was horizontal I would maybe agree but it was nowhere near it.
  6. That’s why we need more ex players as refs. Where was the defender meant to put his arm? All that stuff about he didn’t take responsibility for where the ball might hit if he turned his back is absolute bollocks. Ferdinand put it perfectly when he pointed out you just can’t turn or move properly with your hands clamped by your side.
  7. I used to in the 1990s when my kids were young.
  8. Agreed. The offence is meant to be deliberately handling the ball. That was never deliberate and his arm was no further from his body than you would expect when spinning round. The fact 3 ex manic players say no penalty says it all.
  9. That’s cause they’re not that good a team. Bottle it every time the pressure is on. They were appalling for most of 5hat match
  10. Why the hell would we waste it by doing that?
  11. It wasn’t an overly violent act I would assume. Like Morelos at the sheep
  12. 1-1 draw with Motherwell in a league cup match around 1974 or 75. Big John Greig scored a screamer.
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