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Author Topic: Carl Boyeson, Crewe v Tranmere  (Read 361 times)

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Re: Carl Boyeson, Crewe v Tranmere
« on: Sun 18 Nov 2018 21:50 »
I thought Mr Boyeson had a good first hour and overall played his part in what was a decent game of football. I was 'seated' in the part of the away end nearest the Railway end, so didn't get the best view of things from the other half of the pitch. The first YC for Mullin was rightly given for a wild challenge with little attempt to play the ball, my initial impression was some might have brought out a different coloured card. However, there followed a string of free-kicks to Crewe. My position didn't allow me to judge their merits, but Mr Boyeson didn't manage the game well at this point, allowing Crewe to dawdle and run down the clock rather than making sure that the kicks were taken from the right spot and promptly and his loss of a grip on the game contributed to a growing frustration amongst the Rovers players, which came to a head in the handbags incident, AT mentions.

I didn't enjoy my trip to Gresty Road yesterday. Not down to the result which was a fair reflection of the balance of play, but for some heavy-handed stewarding of the away fans, yet homophobic abuse directed towards the far side AR (Mr Smith?) saw the same stewards doing nothing.