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About punkskaphil

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  1. In this day and age most people mate before they get married.
  2. Odd way of putting it. Surely it’s down to Evonik to decide if they’re going to offer to sponsor the shirt or not.
  3. Ian Pearce, who won the Premier League with Blackburn, went from Fulham to my small hometown’s team. They don’t even have a ‘ground’ as such, they literally just play on the pitches on the local park.
  4. From the 2019/20 New Laws of the Game (the changes that came into effect at the beginning of the season): The following ‘handball’ situations, even if accidental, will be a free kick: • the ball goes into the goal after touching an attacking player’s hand/arm • a player gains control/possession of the ball after it has touches their hand/arm and then scores, or creates a goal-scoring opportunity • the ball touches a player’s hand/arm which has made their body unnaturally bigger • the ball touches a player’s hand/arm when it is above their shoulder (unless the player has deliberately played the ball which then touches their hand/arm)
  5. I didn't see the incident - I'm not watching the game - I'm talking about the new handball law in general.
  6. It doesn't matter if it's deliberate or not. The new rule states that the goal must be disallowed if any player from the attacking team touches the ball in any way, deliberate or not, with their hand/arm in the build-up.
  7. The rule is specifically for the attacking team. The weird thing is that nobody seems to know why the rule was brought in anyway. It doesn't seem to be fixing anything that was previously a problem. It's baffling.
  8. I agree with this. It wasn’t that long ago that a team who’d just won promotion from League One was unable to do a proper lap of honour, fearing for their safety because their moron fans wouldn’t stay off the pitch.
  9. He refuses to take them? What about the ones he’s taken for us? As far as I’m aware he asks not to be in the named five in shoot-outs, but that’s it.
  10. Found it. Came from this account:
  11. Did that come from their actual official Twitter account?
  12. It's funny, reading through the comments in this thread. I don't know if it's because I've lived my whole life in the south of the country or not, but from my own experience I've met very few Liverpool fans in my life that are anything other than decent people. In my experience it's always been Man Utd fans who are the ones who lack any kind of humility or grace and who always feel they have a divine right to win.
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