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15 minutes ago, Kanye West said:

 

Player on the left wing is the one that received the ball, he’s miles on. 

 

 

 

 

You're right, it just seems unfair that the goal scorer had a few yards start on our defence who had no chance of catching him......(and we are obviously biased) and it's a sh*t rule when it works against u!

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I'd be tempted to say that as the balls fired over the top their striker does make a movement towards the ball then he sees the winger and his hands go up. That initial movent is enough for me but never going to disallowed.

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2 minutes ago, WindygrOWLer said:

You're right, it just seems unfair that the goal scorer had a few yards start on our defence who had no chance of catching him......(and we are obviously biased) and it's a sh*t rule when it works against u!

Yet when he received the cross he was behind the winger who had started a yard further back than our defenders. If their winger could make up that ground, why couldn't our defenders?

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4 minutes ago, davetherivelinowl said:

Yet when he received the cross he was behind the winger who had started a yard further back than our defenders. If their winger could make up that ground, why couldn't our defenders?

Because the winger put the cross in straight away, so they didn't have time?

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56 minutes ago, Bluesteel said:

How did that second goal stand? Guessing the winger must’ve been just on and then he’s deemed to be back on-side for the goal.

 

Although when a forward is that far offside and the attention of the defence turns toward him how can he not be influencing play?

 

A prime candidate for VAR that one. As was our pen. 

Quote from the Late, Great Bill Shankly.

"If he isn't interfering with play, WTF is he doing on the pitch?".

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12 minutes ago, agentwalker said:

I'd be tempted to say that as the balls fired over the top their striker does make a movement towards the ball then he sees the winger and his hands go up. That initial movent is enough for me but never going to disallowed.

 

This - flag should have gone up as soon as the striker, who is offside, runs towards the ball

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41 minutes ago, Kanye West said:

 

Player on the left wing is the one that received the ball, he’s miles on. 

 

 

 

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Yeah but surely as the striker is interfering with play and has a few yards on our defenders means they disallow it? 

 

In in that case Hugill may as well have just hung next to Westwood all game 

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22 minutes ago, Jwowl said:

 

This - flag should have gone up as soon as the striker, who is offside, runs towards the ball

That's not how it works these days. He has to either touch the ball or affect a defender's ability to play the ball

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23 minutes ago, FreshOwl said:

Yeah but surely as the striker is interfering with play and has a few yards on our defenders means they disallow it? 

 

In in that case Hugill may as well have just hung next to Westwood all game 

Yes, you can hang offside as much as you like but nobody can pass to you until you're back onside.

That's why some players deliberately stand offside at freekicks. Nobody can mark them. But they can't receive the ball directly. The benefit comes from picking up the second ball, having not been marked.

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2 hours ago, hugeowl said:

 

I don't think you have grasped the concept of a message board have you ? 

 

So in your world you cannot have an opinion about things unless you have seen them with your own eyes .

 

I am surprised you have even got Tinternet . 

 

You are a very strange human being 

 

Going on about a football match you haven’t seen, yes that’s a bit perverse in my opinion 

 

What do you think when you here on a radio programme - next caller Abdul from London who wants to talk about the Liverpool game, but hasn’t seen it. 

 

You’re Abdul 

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6 minutes ago, torres said:

 

Going on about a football match you haven’t seen, yes that’s a bit perverse in my opinion 

 

What do you think when you here on a radio programme - next caller Abdul from London who wants to talk about the Liverpool game, but hasn’t seen it. 

 

You’re Abdul 

 

4 hours ago, hugeowl said:

Just on those highlights 

2 things 

Tom Lees plays we get something 

 

Playing that system requires 2 wide midfielders to tuck in or else we turn into a 4 2 4 and leave the 2 central midfielders exposed, which is what happened and our defence overrun 

also giving the fullback s license to bomb forward is suicide 

 

very Carlos esque

 

 

 

 

 

 

What part of " Just on those highlights " dont you understand ? 

 

On your reasoning any football pundit who is not at the actual game is not allowed a opinion . 

 

Now go and count your old football programs or something .

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1 hour ago, davetherivelinowl said:

Yes, you can hang offside as much as you like but nobody can pass to you until you're back onside.

That's why some players deliberately stand offside at freekicks. Nobody can mark them. But they can't receive the ball directly. The benefit comes from picking up the second ball, having not been marked.

 

Thanks for that. I often wondered why forwards start deliberately offside at set pieces.

 

 

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2 hours ago, WindygrOWLer said:

Because the winger put the cross in straight away, so they didn't have time?

 

Because Palmer stopped.

 

The old adage of play to the whistle means the probably blocks the cross, or at least prevents the easy, simple ball across the box.

 

Awful defending all round

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Nuhiu isn’t the most agile and it’s a ridiculously tight angle. He’d have done well to score it. 

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1 hour ago, Kagoshimaowl said:

Shocking defending and shocking miss by Nuhiu at the end.

 

Can’t blame Nuhiu for that one, not many people can bend at the shin.

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5 hours ago, Kanye West said:

 

Player on the left wing is the one that received the ball, he’s miles on. 

 

 

 

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Perfect illustration right there  

 

Reach and Harris totally out of the action leaving us exposed in midfield and defence 

 

Not sure what Borner is doing 

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The linesman in dead level with play..offside by a few yards should have flagged soon as the cross came in if not sooner

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Otherwise center forwards may aswell stay in the box offside 'not interfering with play' until a cross comes in and they score lol

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