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    Promotions/Reclassifications

    Oh please. Oh please. Oh please 🙏
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    Newport v Brighton penalties

    And STILL the Newport management loudly appealed that he was off his line 🙄
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    Arsenal-Newcastle

    I’m thinking aloud here, but what if it was an C&O error based on the comms? EG: Referee - he’s wiped him out, both feet in the shins. VAR: Had a look and he hasn’t done him with both feet. It’s a glancing contact with the side of the foot. Have a look for yourself, might still be a case for...
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    Arsenal-Newcastle

    The lack of contact decreases the likelihood of a red. Contact, especially point of contact is a consideration. Top of the foot, shin, higher up etc are all points on a sliding scale for assessing the correct sanction. A non contact, or low contact challenge is less likely to endanger an...
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    Arsenal-Newcastle

    Had he made the full on contact with the opponents leg, as it first appeared it would’ve been. It’s not a clever challenge but there’s minimal contact, he hasn’t gone through him or endangered his safety.
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    Arsenal-Newcastle

    In real time that Smith-Rowe challenge looked nasty. While the review clearly showed it wasn’t as bad as first view, I’m not buying Danny Murphy’s s——e punditry “He’s panicked because of the players scream”
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    Tottenham - Brentford

    As ASM said above it showed the position of the foot. To visualise the l is the defender and the j the attacker. The curve of the j extends beyond the bottom of the l lj
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    Tottenham - Brentford

    I wondered if something had been said to him, especially as he wanted to go back and seemed set to fight despite being substituted for treatment.
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    Tottenham - Brentford

    Red card late in the second half for an awful challenge. The visible wounding to Hojberg was appalling. Didn’t quite see what if anything other wise set off his red mist and wanting to take on everyone, despite the perpetrator being off. Good to hear some positive punditry for a change when...
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    Chelsea v Man City

    Coming back to my touch with the foot/dribble scenario. I’d got my wires crossed. Half remembered something about trying to circumvent the law by dribbling it in, then picking it up. My thought process was this occurred outside with the first touch hence the kick. Or in short made 2 and 2 into...
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    Chelsea v Man City

    My Now TV box cut out on the replay. I thought he took a touch with his foot and then picked it up?
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    Chelsea v Man City

    I wondered the same. Can only think it’s because he dribbled it in to pick up. Happy to be corrected though
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    Old Firm Send Off

    Watched it in real time and said red straightaway. The covering defender argument is because of an optical illusion. Ajer appears to be covering because he keeps running after Morelos is on the floor. As the whistle is blown he’s made a good 6-7 yards and seems to be covering. At the point of...
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    Leeds Burnley

    Hello! Left field here, I know you’ve missed me! (Literally my thought process) There’s been a bit of talk recently about attackers walking under/backing under an opponent in the air to win a free kick; Harry Kane being a prime example. The argument runs that this ought to be a free kick the...
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    Burnley vs Wolves

    As has been said, purely a case of his side lost so needs to pin the blame. David Moyes did the same after the Chelsea -West Ham game whee barring one chance ruled out for a foul on Thiago Silva they were poor and deservedly beaten.
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