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Algeran

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  1. Personally I hope not ! and NO I am not a tarrier in disguise !! Need to take into account the minutes he has left us playing with 10 men AND the number of games for which he has been unavailable due to suspension ! And yes we will be extremely lucky to get anything like £12m for him considering 5 Reds and 17 Yellows this season so far !
  2. Absolutely no point in playing Worrall now as he will be going back to Forest unless, that is, you have 'dreams' of catching the scum between now and the end of the season ! Whilst SG will no doubt be looking towards the window, he will also be looking at the best he can get out of current players so, unless he has expectations of signing some on a permanent, perhaps you shouldn't expect too much between now and then ! PS. I think that Goldson has the ability but has burned out and will be fine next season now he knows what to expect !
  3. Too early to even discuss - come back in two years !
  4. Algeran

    Goldson

    That is how I read the SFA site so CG should be available. He played against the scum in December with the benefit of pain killing injections and I fear that he is still carrying that same injury from before that time. IMO, he is still the best centre back we have !
  5. Personally Kent yes, Worrall I hope not !
  6. Frankly, at the time in January/February, I would have been content to see him going back but, given Goldson's injury, it was probably as well we had Worrall available as McAuley didn't fill me with confidence.
  7. Agreed and Katic also has a goalscoring ability !
  8. I agree with this but his left foot in particular is non-existent !
  9. May have been an FA cup match as not in EPL or EFL as of now. Of course it is still early stages. The principle is absolutely OK ! Principle uses are :- In what situations can VAR be used? There are four situations when the VAR team are able to get involved in the game. Goals and offences leading up to a goal – offside/fouls Penalty decisions and offences leading up to a penalty – offside/fouls Direct red card incidents Mistaken identity So any potential fouls outside of the penalty box will not be reviewed unless they are worthy of a direct red card, or in the build-up to a penalty decision or goal. Read more: https://metro.co.uk/2018/06/19/var-work-used-football-questions-answered-7643928/?ito=cbshare Twitter: https://twitter.com/MetroUK | Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/MetroUK/
  10. You are absolutely correct, VAR officials are not sat in the stand but have the benefit of replays from various different angles, and are at some distance from the action but are linked by internet footage, so are not subject to pressure or bias ! It really is a no brainer !
  11. But VAR is only 'interested' in certain circumstances ( game changing incidents ) mainly around the boxes and not minor infringements !
  12. But that was not with the benefit of VAR !
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