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The last player to score a hat-trick in the league at Hillsborough before Atdhe last week.

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21 minutes ago, Watson said:

 

Nuhiu's hattrick wouldn't have counted as hattrick years ago to qualify they had to be consecutive goals and no penalties.  

 

Evidence please.

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4 minutes ago, Manwithastick said:

 

Evidence please.

 

Just googled it and it defines a hattrick as a goal with both feet and a header, which I've never heard of before.  My only evidence for my definition is what my Grandad told me many years ago. So a bit weak I must admit.  

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Used to be 3 goals on the spin with none scored inbetween. 

Then became any 3 goals by the same player in in a game.

 

That was probably the very start of the softening...

Before we knew it every kid gets a medal.

Everyone's a winner. 

 

 

 

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5 minutes ago, Lord Snooty said:

Used to be 3 goals on the spin with none scored inbetween. 

Then became any 3 goals by the same player in in a game.

 

That was probably the very start of the softening...

Before we knew it every kid gets a medal.

Everyone's a winner. 

 

 

 

 

What about penalties? Can you include them?  I was told not.

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43 minutes ago, Watson said:

 

What about penalties? Can you include them?  I was told not.

 

Steve MacLean says you can.

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So to recap.  Mellor got away hat tricks at Hartlepool and mk dons.  Steve MacLean did it at Belle Vue.  Marlon Hardwood in the 4-1 friendly win at Kilmarnock.  And our player Rhodes got 4 at Hillsborough in a 4-4 draw.  

And if our penalty against Norwich had come earlier in the game, Jaoa or FF would probably have taken it.

So, atdhe probably wouldn't have got his hattrick.  

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Harewood not hardwood.  Predictive toast is annoying.  

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I know it's not a league hat trick but last one at Hillsborough prior to Nuhiu was Proudlock in fa cup tie in 2003.

 

For us that is.

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Against Wednesday was Jordan Rhodes in the 4-4 draw against Huddersfield in the 11/12 season?

 

 

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9 hours ago, Jon From Woodseats said:

All 3 goals looked like toe-pokes!

I like pokies

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3 hours ago, Lincs Owl said:

Harewood not hardwood.  Predictive toast is annoying.  

 

I don't know old boy, I think you maybe onto a winner. 

A toaster that knows when you need some. 

Telepathic Toasters!

 

I'd have one.

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5 hours ago, Watson said:

 

What about penalties? Can you include them?  I was told not.

 

4 hours ago, aussieowl87 said:

 

Steve MacLean says you can.

 

Andy Blair also says you can

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5 minutes ago, shandypants said:

 

 

Andy Blair also says you can

 

I was there

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10 hours ago, GoldenLee said:

 

Sheff Wed 5-2 QPR
Gerald Sibon, the man who earlier in the season had come under fire for lacking the appetite for First Division football, put in a vintage display and grabbed a hat-trick as Sheffield Wednesday ran rampant against a sorry QPR.

The Owls are now unbeaten in four home games and on this form look good value to move up the table, but Rangers have not won for 12 games and are stranded in the bottom three.

Wednesday had lost their last two League games before today's turnaround and it was Rangers who started the brighter.

Steve Morrow missed a great chance for QPR, firing wide from six yards before Sibon scored the first on five minutes.

Alan Quinn chased a hopeful punt down the left which Ludek Miklosko could only half clear to Sibon who beat his marker with a neat stepover before firing a low shot into the far corner.

 

Looped over

Rangers were back on level terms with a well-taken goal from Peter Crouch on 10 minutes. Steve Harkness tried to shield the ball and let it run out of play but Crouch robbed him before coolly slotting the ball between Kevin Pressman's legs.

The post them came to Wednesday's rescue when Crouch's deflected effort looped over the advancing Pressman.

However, Sibon put Wednesday back in front seven minutes before the break.

Clarke Carlisle was penalised for a late challenge on Morrison and Sibon kept his free-kick low as the wall jumped in unison, and the ball crept over the line.

Morrison then put Wednesday in command with a well-taken effort on the turn in the final minute of a thoroughly entertaining first half, bagging his seventh of the season with a sweet right-foot shot.

 

Hapless visitors

The home side started the second half strongly and Sibon completed his hat-trick on 50 minutes.

A succession of slick passes moved the ball down the right flank before it was pulled back inside to Sibon who played a fine one-two with Booth before drilling past Miklosko.

On-loan striker Efan Ekoku heaped more misery on the hapless visitors when he nodded in Quinn's deep cross at the back post just before the hour.

To their credit, QPR continued to battle, but although Crouch scored with a far-post header with 20 minutes left and the tireless Gavin Peacock hit the bar, it was too little too late for Rangers.

 


Sheff Wed: Pressman, Haslam, Harkness, Walker, Quinn, Sibon, Booth, Hendon, Westwood, Ekoku, Morrison.
Subs: Stringer, Lescott, Hamshaw, Di Piedi, Crane.

QPR: Miklosko, Breacker, Morrow, Ready, Peacock, Connolly, Rose, Carlisle, Warren, Crouch, Peschisolido.
Subs: Harper, Baraclough, Perry, Koejoe, Lisbie.

Referee: M Messias (York).

 

 

One of the (very) few highlights of our troubled times in the early noughties 

 

WAWAW

Didnt Adam Proudlock score a Hat-trick against Salisbury City in the FA cup 1st rd 2003/04?

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5 hours ago, Lord Snooty said:

Used to be 3 goals on the spin with none scored inbetween. 

Then became any 3 goals by the same player in in a game.

 

That was probably the very start of the softening...

Before we knew it every kid gets a medal.

Everyone's a winner. 

 

 

 

Dont think that's true.

 

A hat trick as always been 3 goals regardless of when or how they were scored. Goals in penalty shootouts exuded though like always in stats.

 

A consecutive hat trick is a flawless hat trick, whilst a perfect hat trick like what the big bugger got is a goal with left foot, right foot and head.

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It is a pretty terrible stat though.  17 seasons without a single hat trick.

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