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Re: Fri 16th – Thu 22nd APR 2021
« Reply #15 on: Sat 17 Apr 2021 09:38 »
I’ve said it before Oliver is far too quick with his whistle. That penalty for Everton last night was pathetic.

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Re: Fri 16th – Thu 22nd APR 2021
« Reply #16 on: Sat 17 Apr 2021 10:40 »
I’ve said it before Oliver is far too quick with his whistle. That penalty for Everton last night was pathetic.

I wouldn't say it was quite pathetic as I couldn't see a conclusive angle on the coverage I was watching. What I would agree with you on though is Oliver blows for a lot of penalties that fall into something of a VAR grey area. Not clear enough to be overturned once whistled but not something the VAR would call the referee for had he not awarded it.
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Re: Fri 16th – Thu 22nd APR 2021
« Reply #17 on: Sat 17 Apr 2021 13:33 »
It certainly caused some confusion among the Sky pundits.  Carragher initially said it was a penalty, then having looked at it again said he couldn't see anything; but then at HT, Rednapp explained why he thought it was a penalty.

The most striking thing for me is that I didn't notice any complaints from the Spurs players, not even the offender.  Are footballers so polite and respectful of a referee's decision these days that they abstain from appealing or protesting when they think they have been hard done by?
I must say it would be news to me.
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Re: Fri 16th – Thu 22nd APR 2021
« Reply #18 on: Sat 17 Apr 2021 16:28 »
It certainly caused some confusion among the Sky pundits.  Carragher initially said it was a penalty, then having looked at it again said he couldn't see anything; but then at HT, Rednapp explained why he thought it was a penalty.

The most striking thing for me is that I didn't notice any complaints from the Spurs players, not even the offender.  Are footballers so polite and respectful of a referee's decision these days that they abstain from appealing or protesting when they think they have been hard done by?
I must say it would be news to me.

Yes, that completely sold it for me.  Reguillon isn't normally quiet when a decision goes against him, yet he didn't say a word here and that can only really mean he knows that he caught him.

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Re: Fri 16th – Thu 22nd APR 2021
« Reply #19 on: Sat 17 Apr 2021 16:41 »
It certainly caused some confusion among the Sky pundits.  Carragher initially said it was a penalty, then having looked at it again said he couldn't see anything; but then at HT, Rednapp explained why he thought it was a penalty.

The most striking thing for me is that I didn't notice any complaints from the Spurs players, not even the offender.  Are footballers so polite and respectful of a referee's decision these days that they abstain from appealing or protesting when they think they have been hard done by?
I must say it would be news to me.

Yes, that completely sold it for me.  Reguillon isn't normally quiet when a decision goes against him, yet he didn't say a word here and that can only really mean he knows that he caught him.

I think it shows that Oliver isn't afraid to blow for pens now despite the var.

He had his hands on his back. Even if there is no force, its a pen these days

Oliver wasn't at the best angle so it was brave of him to give it
Overall I'd say pen
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Re: Fri 16th – Thu 22nd APR 2021
« Reply #20 on: Sun 18 Apr 2021 10:08 »
Poor Rob Jones, let's say Don Goodman isn't his biggest fan after last night

Unfortunately he was a bit all over the place though

Its looking like he's going to fall into the Hooper category as I call it (the once a month refs) compared to England who's a good bet for the once every 2 weeks and possibly a Fifa ref like Bankes,Attwell,Madley,Coote etc

Also I'd put a bet on the return of Lee Mason next week. They've been building back up his confidence with lower games over the last 3 weeks and next week is a good bet for his return. I'd say Sheffield Utd v Brighton but considering his last PL performance, maybe not. Wolves v Burnley is the only other obvious game. Other games over the next few weeks could be Spurs v Sheffield Utd, Arsenal v West Brom, Leeds v Spurs, Burnley v Leeds and Crystal Palace v Arsenal. Let's face it though hes most likely getting Wolves v Burnley or Burnley v Leeds. They're not going to put him with the big teams. Scott and Hooper a good bet for those as well.
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Re: Fri 16th – Thu 22nd APR 2021
« Reply #21 on: Sun 18 Apr 2021 11:31 »
Poor Rob Jones, let's say Don Goodman isn't his biggest fan after last night

Unfortunately he was a bit all over the place though

Its looking like he's going to fall into the Hooper category as I call it (the once a month refs) compared to England who's a good bet for the once every 2 weeks and possibly a Fifa ref like Bankes,Attwell,Madley,Coote etc

Also I'd put a bet on the return of Lee Mason next week. They've been building back up his confidence with lower games over the last 3 weeks and next week is a good bet for his return. I'd say Sheffield Utd v Brighton but considering his last PL performance, maybe not. Wolves v Burnley is the only other obvious game. Other games over the next few weeks could be Spurs v Sheffield Utd, Arsenal v West Brom, Leeds v Spurs, Burnley v Leeds and Crystal Palace v Arsenal. Let's face it though hes most likely getting Wolves v Burnley or Burnley v Leeds. They're not going to put him with the big teams. Scott and Hooper a good bet for those as well.

I think you might need to reconsider thinking he'll get Wolves v Burnley...

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Re: Fri 16th – Thu 22nd APR 2021
« Reply #22 on: Sun 18 Apr 2021 13:46 »
Poor Rob Jones, let's say Don Goodman isn't his biggest fan after last night

Unfortunately he was a bit all over the place though

Its looking like he's going to fall into the Hooper category as I call it (the once a month refs) compared to England who's a good bet for the once every 2 weeks and possibly a Fifa ref like Bankes,Attwell,Madley,Coote etc

Also I'd put a bet on the return of Lee Mason next week. They've been building back up his confidence with lower games over the last 3 weeks and next week is a good bet for his return. I'd say Sheffield Utd v Brighton but considering his last PL performance, maybe not. Wolves v Burnley is the only other obvious game. Other games over the next few weeks could be Spurs v Sheffield Utd, Arsenal v West Brom, Leeds v Spurs, Burnley v Leeds and Crystal Palace v Arsenal. Let's face it though hes most likely getting Wolves v Burnley or Burnley v Leeds. They're not going to put him with the big teams. Scott and Hooper a good bet for those as well.

I think you might need to reconsider thinking he'll get Wolves v Burnley...

Sorry, do forgive me. Forgot he did the first match. Ye then unless he gets Leeds Burnley then he's gone for this season
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Re: Fri 16th – Thu 22nd APR 2021
« Reply #23 on: Sun 18 Apr 2021 14:37 »
Stuart attwell with a mare on var. Didnt know handball means goal now
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Re: Fri 16th – Thu 22nd APR 2021
« Reply #24 on: Sun 18 Apr 2021 15:42 »
Looks like a return to the SG2 officials for us next season.... 😢😢

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Re: Fri 16th – Thu 22nd APR 2021
« Reply #25 on: Sun 18 Apr 2021 16:36 »
Looks like a return to the SG2 officials for us next season.... 😢😢

And rob Jones, Graham Scott and Lee mason
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Re: Fri 16th – Thu 22nd APR 2021
« Reply #26 on: Tue 20 Apr 2021 19:32 »
Kick off delayed at Chelsea until 8.15pm by Metropolitan Police on safety grounds.

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Re: Fri 16th – Thu 22nd APR 2021
« Reply #27 on: Tue 20 Apr 2021 22:59 »
Looks like a return to the SG2 officials for us next season.... 😢😢

And no VAR!
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