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Q: 2022 Summer Transfer Window - How many 1st team players will we sign before August 6th
a. None as Sullivan will wait until the last week before he gets his scattergun out the cupboard
24%
  
b. A couple of freebies paraded as superstars, usual hype to follow
25%
  
c. I'm more optimistic as surely they know we need to strengthen, 3-4 with decent money spent.
48%
  
d. Who gives a toss as we have a great squad already, I've already ordered the new replica kit, socks and all and can't wait to wear it at our first game, down the pub of course, I bleed claret & blue
3%
  



BRANDED 2:54 Sun Jan 10
Sunday Soccer
Oxford 3-1 Swansea

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Fortunes Hiding 10:31 Sun Jan 10
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If it's rolling, you can't just pick it up?

And then re take the goal kick?

wrighty 9:38 Sun Jan 10
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Fortunes Hiding 9:18 Sun Jan 10
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The ball isn't live until it leaves the area from a goal kick so retake would have been correct and not pen

riosleftsock 9:27 Sun Jan 10
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Fortunes Hiding 9:18 Sun Jan 10

I saw that once too. The defender booted a clearance up the field and one of the oppo bent down, picked the ball up and just ran the entire length of the pitch before scoring. We all just sat around watching him, amazed that this was happening.











But thats what happens when you play rugby for scotland.

Marston Hammer 9:24 Sun Jan 10
Re: Sunday Soccer
*goal

Marston Hammer 9:24 Sun Jan 10
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I still think the correct decision is to re-take the free kick though.

Bit like the Joe Hart one from earlier in the season.

stoneman 9:23 Sun Jan 10
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Bad day for Wales.

Guaranteed an English winner now.

Fortunes Hiding 9:18 Sun Jan 10
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But the ball wasn't dead.

The referee hadn't blown, and defender picked it up.

I felt embarrassed that we scored the pen.

wrighty 9:11 Sun Jan 10
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Fortunes Hiding 9:01 Sun Jan 10
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He was wrong then surely as the ball isn't in play unless it leaves the area.

Marston Hammer 9:10 Sun Jan 10
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Fortunes Hiding 9:01 Sun Jan 10
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Interesting one that, shouldn't the correct decision have been to re-take the goal kick?

Grumpster 9:05 Sun Jan 10
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Cardiff reaping the rewards of picking a reserve team against a mob who lost 7-1 in their last game.

Welsh cunts.

Fortunes Hiding 9:01 Sun Jan 10
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Happened to me as well.

Oppo keeper kicked the ball from goal kick.

Ball was never gonna get outside the box, so the defender pocked it up!

Ref gave a free kick initially.
Then I had a word with him and he gave us a pen.


Chaos!

Johnson 8:59 Sun Jan 10
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Why is there no one at Cardiff, is there some kind of protest or something?

Northern Sold 8:53 Sun Jan 10
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stirlinghammer 7:34 Sun Jan 10
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Sold - what about if you pick up the ball with both hands inside the box in a moment of madness?


Ha Ha Ha.... I played in a game in which that happened... our centre half got fouled and picked the ball up thinking the ref would blow up.... he did... for a penalty.... 5 mins of chaos later the oppo penalty taker decided the best course of action was to do a back pass to our keeper ... much to the disgust of half of his team!!

Texas Iron 8:27 Sun Jan 10
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Wanna Larf...

Listen to this lot...Welsh...Commentary etc...

http://www.ibrodtv.futbol/2015/12/ibrodtv-34.html

Texas Iron 8:20 Sun Jan 10
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Takashi Miike 7:31 Sun Jan 10

Agreed...from where the ref was standing...no view of contact at all...

Only TV viewers on replay...and fans behind the goal on that side MAY have seen it...

Lino was on the other side of pitch 50 yards away...

Very soft...Ref just wanted to give it...very doubtful...and he should not have done so...

Any Old Iron 8:11 Sun Jan 10
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On S4C Digidol now, Cardiff v Shrewsbury. Must be the dumbest scheduling of a game of all time. Of the three sides of the ground that you can see there is not a single spectator. Not one. Above the ridiculous welsh commentary it sounds like there's maybe 200 in there.

There is no way the ref at ******ham could see that 'handball'. He was reacting to Rose screaming (again) for a non-existent pen. He did it earlier when the ball brushed a Leicester players shoulder..

geoffpikey 7:54 Sun Jan 10
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If THAT was a penalty, there should be about 30 every game. Mainly for man-handling/pushing at corners when the ball isn't even in play. (Assault charges! Call the cops!)

Dyer seemed to be regaining his balance. It is quite normal to use your arms for balance when spinning around.

The ball hit his hand when it arrived from behind him. To me.

Nonsense decision.

ATBOG 7:39 Sun Jan 10
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Buster 7:33 Sun Jan 10

Romfordboy 7:38 Sun Jan 10
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can we watch the welsh game on england bbc

Marston Hammer 7:36 Sun Jan 10
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Usually unintentional means ball to hand. The defender has put his arm across rose to try to block him as punched the ball away. Zero sympathy, definite penalty for me.

Good example of where video technology wouldn't make any difference.

ted fenton 7:35 Sun Jan 10
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Never a pen !

Sadly that's why the game needs more technology.

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