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Wycombe v Sunderland Charles Breakspear
« on: Sat 08 Jan 2022 13:16 »
Itís time for my usual Sunderland game complaints

How is this not a foul on the keeper and offside
https://twitter.com/james51460091/status/1479802721943552006?s=21

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Re: Wycombe v Sunderland Charles Breakspear
« Reply #1 on: Sat 08 Jan 2022 14:25 »
Great advantage to be fair for the 3rd Sunderland goal

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Re: Wycombe v Sunderland Charles Breakspear
« Reply #2 on: Sun 09 Jan 2022 15:06 »
Itís time for my usual Sunderland game complaints

How is this not a foul on the keeper and offside
https://twitter.com/james51460091/status/1479802721943552006?s=21

I can certainly see the argument for a foul on the goalkeeper but to me there is a more significant foul on the Wycombe attacker as the ball is coming in I think there is a clear holding offence. Actually possibly two holding offences on two different players.

Does look possibly offside I'd agree but would need a better angle.

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Re: Wycombe v Sunderland Charles Breakspear
« Reply #3 on: Sun 09 Jan 2022 15:24 »
You cannot have a foul on the keeper if your defender is preventing the attacker from jumping. Keeper moved forward expecting the ball to go there, was bumped but didnt react in time to move back.
Very mike dean-esque in re-showing the advantage signal once the ball hit the net (good avantage though)
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Re: Wycombe v Sunderland Charles Breakspear
« Reply #4 on: Sun 09 Jan 2022 15:37 »
Itís time for my usual Sunderland game complaints

How is this not a foul on the keeper and offside
https://twitter.com/james51460091/status/1479802721943552006?s=21

There were more fouls committed by Sunderland players, including the first one, in the build up to the goal than by Wycombe players.

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Re: Wycombe v Sunderland Charles Breakspear
« Reply #5 on: Sun 09 Jan 2022 15:38 »
Great advantage to be fair for the 3rd Sunderland goal

Fairly routine advantage to be honest.

 ....... and he was certainly milking it.

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Re: Wycombe v Sunderland Charles Breakspear
« Reply #6 on: Mon 10 Jan 2022 18:17 »
 Well I think Charles Breakspear is a cracking referee and surely cannot be far from promotion.

 As for my beloved Sunderland AFC ? It was a great game of football and I have no problem with the second goal as in my opinion goalkeepers get far too much protection from referees in general from top to bottom.

 What young Anthony Patterson should have done is wear a luminous green jersey that could have seen far more easily by Breakspear or his nearside assistant who would have  possibly then seen more clearly though the mass of arms and bodies from both side as to whether or not a foul had been committed.

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Re: Wycombe v Sunderland Charles Breakspear
« Reply #7 on: Mon 10 Jan 2022 19:03 »
Well I think Charles Breakspear is a cracking referee and surely cannot be far from promotion.

 As for my beloved Sunderland AFC ? It was a great game of football and I have no problem with the second goal as in my opinion goalkeepers get far too much protection from referees in general from top to bottom.

 What young Anthony Patterson should have done is wear a luminous green jersey that could have seen far more easily by Breakspear or his nearside assistant who would have  possibly then seen more clearly though the mass of arms and bodies from both side as to whether or not a foul had been committed.

I agree that Charles Breakspear is a fine referee and on his day is the equal, if not the superior, to some on SG2. However, he has been knocking on the door of promotion for some time now and others, more lately come, have overtaken him. I begin to wonder whether the authorities are simply not going to promote him for some reason ( though I cannot conceive what that reason may be ) which is unfair on him I believe. He does award a lot of cautions and dismissals so perhaps the clubs don't tend to mark him very highly.
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