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Re: Fri 11th – Tue 14th SEP 2021
« Reply #15 on: Sun 12 Sep 2021 00:18 »
Any news from Nemesis regarding the performance of Mr R Madley at Ipswich today?
I was hoping for a buried hatchet and maybe a positive word but I think a 2-5 score line and a penalty to the away team may have put paid to that pipedream

We wait with baited breath………..

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Re: Fri 11th – Tue 14th SEP 2021
« Reply #16 on: Sun 12 Sep 2021 01:21 »
Sarginson has replaced Coy at Oxford v Wycombe…

My sympathies.

Yeah, it sounded like a thriller!

How did the card shark get on on his first visit to Spotland?

I thought he was outstanding. Three yellow cards to Tranmere in the first half all correct, two yellow cards for Dale in the second half also correct.

He let the game flow as much as possible and was quick, decisive and accurate in his decision-making. He also seemed to have a good rapport with the senior players on both sides, although I'm not sure how well he does with a combination of Irish and Scouse accents.

Although Tranmere hit the post twice and should have equalised deep into added time, I thought we deserved the win for the first half performance.

Boz may have other views, if he was there, but I though Charlie contributed fully to an excellent game.

Not quite such an enthusiastic review from the Tranmere jury, I'm afraid.

Mr Breakspear started well, defused one of the potential flash-points by having a word with Clarke and Beesley. With the game going smoothly, I didn't think the rash of cards for Rovers players was merited. The first two didn't seem to be particularly bad fouls, some officials would take the view a free-kick was sufficient sanction. I thought Macmanaman was entitled to go for the ball with Coleman, but it was the opposite end of the pitch, so harder to evaluate that challenge. When he awarded a throw-in to Rochdale where the ball appeared to have hit their man last, it felt like we weren't going to get anything from Mr Breakspear. Thankfully he reverted to a more relaxed approach for the second half. Rochdale deserved their win.

I would respectfully disagree with you on the Tranmere yellow cards, but that’s what makes our game so wonderful.

An incorrect throw in is a mere bagatelle in the grand scheme of things, especially when it doesn’t lead anywhere.

However, having witnessed Haines already this season, every other performance is rated relative to his!

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Re: Fri 11th – Tue 14th SEP 2021
« Reply #17 on: Sun 12 Sep 2021 12:09 »
Sarginson has replaced Coy at Oxford v Wycombe…

My sympathies.

Yeah, it sounded like a thriller!

How did the card shark get on on his first visit to Spotland?

I thought he was outstanding. Three yellow cards to Tranmere in the first half all correct, two yellow cards for Dale in the second half also correct.

He let the game flow as much as possible and was quick, decisive and accurate in his decision-making. He also seemed to have a good rapport with the senior players on both sides, although I'm not sure how well he does with a combination of Irish and Scouse accents.

Although Tranmere hit the post twice and should have equalised deep into added time, I thought we deserved the win for the first half performance.

Boz may have other views, if he was there, but I though Charlie contributed fully to an excellent game.

Not quite such an enthusiastic review from the Tranmere jury, I'm afraid.

Mr Breakspear started well, defused one of the potential flash-points by having a word with Clarke and Beesley. With the game going smoothly, I didn't think the rash of cards for Rovers players was merited. The first two didn't seem to be particularly bad fouls, some officials would take the view a free-kick was sufficient sanction. I thought Macmanaman was entitled to go for the ball with Coleman, but it was the opposite end of the pitch, so harder to evaluate that challenge. When he awarded a throw-in to Rochdale where the ball appeared to have hit their man last, it felt like we weren't going to get anything from Mr Breakspear. Thankfully he reverted to a more relaxed approach for the second half. Rochdale deserved their win.

I would respectfully disagree with you on the Tranmere yellow cards, but that’s what makes our game so wonderful.

An incorrect throw in is a mere bagatelle in the grand scheme of things, especially when it doesn’t lead anywhere.

However, having witnessed Haines already this season, every other performance is rated relative to his!
The throw-in observation was in the context of the game at that time, when things didn't seem to be going Rovers' way, but I agree not worth falling out over.

First time I'd seen a concussion substitution, when Rovers keeper Joe Murphy was knocked out by him own team-mate.

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Re: Fri 11th – Tue 14th SEP 2021
« Reply #18 on: Sun 12 Sep 2021 16:15 »
Any news from Nemesis regarding the performance of Mr R Madley at Ipswich today?
I was hoping for a buried hatchet and maybe a positive word but I think a 2-5 score line and a penalty to the away team may have put paid to that pipedream

We wait with baited breath………..

Head and shoulders above the other four referees to visit Portman Road thus far this season.

Unfortunately for Ipswich, Bolton were also head and shoulders better than the previous opposition. After 45 minutes it was 2-2, chances galore and the game could have been going any way. In the generous 3 minutes of stoppage time Ipswich missed a sitter, Bolton countered with a goal, leaving Ipswich chasing the game. Twelve minutes later it  was 2-5 and again there could have been more goals at both ends. Questions raised in my mind about the tactical competence of the Ipswich management team.

A neutral or a visiting supporter would have loved this game and Madley played his part to the full, looking to use advantage where possible and actually showing an interest in where players took throws and how long they took to restart play. Cautions were consistent and non-contentious and the randomness of awarding fouls which had been evident in most other games wasn't there. It'll never catch on.

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Re: Fri 11th – Tue 14th SEP 2021
« Reply #19 on: Sun 12 Sep 2021 16:40 »
Sarginson has replaced Coy at Oxford v Wycombe…

My sympathies.

Yeah, it sounded like a thriller!

How did the card shark get on on his first visit to Spotland?

I thought he was outstanding. Three yellow cards to Tranmere in the first half all correct, two yellow cards for Dale in the second half also correct.

He let the game flow as much as possible and was quick, decisive and accurate in his decision-making. He also seemed to have a good rapport with the senior players on both sides, although I'm not sure how well he does with a combination of Irish and Scouse accents.

Although Tranmere hit the post twice and should have equalised deep into added time, I thought we deserved the win for the first half performance.

Boz may have other views, if he was there, but I though Charlie contributed fully to an excellent game.

Not quite such an enthusiastic review from the Tranmere jury, I'm afraid.

Mr Breakspear started well, defused one of the potential flash-points by having a word with Clarke and Beesley. With the game going smoothly, I didn't think the rash of cards for Rovers players was merited. The first two didn't seem to be particularly bad fouls, some officials would take the view a free-kick was sufficient sanction. I thought Macmanaman was entitled to go for the ball with Coleman, but it was the opposite end of the pitch, so harder to evaluate that challenge. When he awarded a throw-in to Rochdale where the ball appeared to have hit their man last, it felt like we weren't going to get anything from Mr Breakspear. Thankfully he reverted to a more relaxed approach for the second half. Rochdale deserved their win.

I would respectfully disagree with you on the Tranmere yellow cards, but that’s what makes our game so wonderful.

An incorrect throw in is a mere bagatelle in the grand scheme of things, especially when it doesn’t lead anywhere.

However, having witnessed Haines already this season, every other performance is rated relative to his!
The throw-in observation was in the context of the game at that time, when things didn't seem to be going Rovers' way, but I agree not worth falling out over.

First time I'd seen a concussion substitution, when Rovers keeper Joe Murphy was knocked out by him own team-mate.

You're right, that was very bizarre.