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Author Topic: Ross Joyce & Alan Clayton - Rochdale v Carlisle United  (Read 853 times)

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Any views on the elbow on 54 seconds on this video?

https://youtu.be/jfZb5_joI0o

And the disallowed goal at the end?

It's impossible to tell definitively, but having paused the video as best as I can, I think it's onside; the fact it was made when the ball was back on the centre spot didn't go down too well either.

That's three goals Henderson has had disallowed for offside in the last month, all at crucial points of the games and all that the club's analysts have later shown to be onside.

It's very frustrating - we're a poor side, bottom of the league and I can't see a way out of it, but I feel we were 'done' a bit yesterday, for want of a better word.

I'm never happy to see Joyce appointed to our games. There are always cards aplenty, many of them in frustration at his decisions. A glance at his overall record this season shows lots of yellow!

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Elbow looks intentional and a Red Card for me. The goal needs a better angle, but after pausing it near enough to the point when the ball was played, it looked extremely marginal so I won't make a comment

Yes, I'd probably concur.

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Not got a good enough view of elbow, but I wish we could go down the rugby road and make players responsible for their elbows and any contact with an opponents head a red card. There are far too many arms and elbows in the game today. Canít say one way or the other as I would criticise any AR who gave offside from where the camera is, but my first reaction was that he was correct,
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Who was Alan Clayton replacing?

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Who was Alan Clayton replacing?

Billy Smallwood

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Looks a definite red to me. Offiside at end looks incorrect from the angle we have. If it was it was incredibly tight. As for Ross Joyce - Oh dear, like yourself cringe when he is appointed at Swindon Town - suffered badly in the play off semi last season. How he got the game one has to wonder. While on about poor refs have a look at the penalty decision by Paul Howard on Saturday Swindon v Gillingham. Ball clearly hits Swindon defender in face - had to have a bloody nose treated. Howard gives a penalty.

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Thanks for the info,TVOS