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Author Topic: A M LAHOZ (VAR: M IRRATI): ARSENAL V SPORTING LISBON  (Read 841 times)

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Craven

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MCPridz, why on earth do you think itís unfair that you lose a player in the shoot-out? Itís a rule that actually works to your advantage, surely you can see that? Say for instance it goes to 10-10 in the shoot-out, because Sporting have only 10 players on the pitch their next penalty taker would revert to the player who took their first pen, ie, their best penalty taker, whilst Arsenal would have to use their 11th player, ie, their worst penalty taker. That is the reason for the rule, and itís absolutely correct from a logical perspective. If you can explain to me how you think that is unfair on Arsenal, Iím all ears?
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MCPridz, why on earth do you think itís unfair that you lose a player in the shoot-out? Itís a rule that actually works to your advantage, surely you can see that? Say for instance it goes to 10-10 in the shoot-out, because Sporting have only 10 players on the pitch their next penalty taker would revert to the player who took their first pen, ie, their best penalty taker, whilst Arsenal would have to use their 11th player, ie, their worst penalty taker. That is the reason for the rule, and itís absolutely correct from a logical perspective. If you can explain to me how you think that is unfair on Arsenal, Iím all ears?

I get where you are coming from, I do but the reason I feel it is unfair is because there goalkeeper would have to take his penalty earlier, against one of our outfield players and yes he could score then our goal keeper would as you say against there best taker but there would be taking earlier

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Iíve read your explanation, MCPridz, and then re-read it 739 times, and I still havenít got a scooby what youíre on about. Iíve now got a headache and am going for a lie down 🤯

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However good Lahoz has been I absolutely hate the way he conducts himself by emphatically telling players to get up which I feel is sometimes quite aggressive

I know many of you here will probably disagree

Totally disagree, if you think of the phycology of refereeing its just a performance and the referee is the lead actor in the show. Sadly we are lossing now the best officials of 2/3 generations now due to age / retirement. We wonít ever see a referee with the class of a Poll, Webb, Clattenburg, Dean, Lopez Nieto, Dauden Ibanez, Merk, Fandal, Frisk, Rizzoli, Loustau
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However good Lahoz has been I absolutely hate the way he conducts himself by emphatically telling players to get up which I feel is sometimes quite aggressive

I know many of you here will probably disagree

Totally disagree, if you think of the phycology of refereeing its just a performance and the referee is the lead actor in the show. Sadly we are lossing now the best officials of 2/3 generations now due to age / retirement. We wonít ever see a referee with the class of a Poll, Webb, Clattenburg, Dean, Lopez Nieto, Dauden Ibanez, Merk, Fandal, Frisk, Rizzoli, Loustau

Or Medina Cantalejo ( though he mellowed as he got older ) and Valentin Ivanov who was erratic
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Medina Cantajao another superb name to add to the list Ö my reply was a bit tongue in cheek but with regard to the very Mundane current no personality I mean that, referees use to make big bold brave decisions now there a heavy reliance on VAR sadly

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Having a personality, on the pitch, certainly seems to go against you these days which is a shame.
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