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Why is it no penalty when their keeper cleans out Murphy in the air after the ball has gone. He gets nowhere near the ball and instead clatters Murphy.

 

i understand keepers are a protected species but I don’t think it should give them the right to flatten strikers at will.

 

interested to hear peoples thoughts?

 

UTO

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3 minutes ago, Sensible Soccer said:

Why is it no penalty when their keeper cleans out Murphy in the air after the ball has gone. He gets nowhere near the ball and instead clatters Murphy.

 

i understand keepers are a protected species but I don’t think it should give them the right to flatten strikers at will.

 

interested to hear peoples thoughts?

 

UTO

I just questioned this in the highlights thread. Suspect it cos it was at the wrong end.

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1 minute ago, TheOnlyWayisS6 said:

Both challenging for a ball. Never going to get a pen there. 

Keeper knows he is never getting there for me. Hence I feel it should be a pen

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10 minutes ago, Sensible Soccer said:

Why is it no penalty when their keeper cleans out Murphy in the air after the ball has gone. He gets nowhere near the ball and instead clatters Murphy.

 

i understand keepers are a protected species but I don’t think it should give them the right to flatten strikers at will.

 

interested to hear peoples thoughts?

 

UTO

He should have had another one the other week too when he got sandwiched.  Refs hate us

 

 

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I think if we expect to get penalties in situations like that we are going to be disappointed in most cases. Never looked like a penalty to me, it was hardly up there with Schumacher & Battiston (for those old enough to remember 1982 World Cup).

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3 minutes ago, DuttyTeabags said:

He should have had another one the other week too when he got sandwiched.  Refs hate us

 

 

 

With VAR I think the Huddersfield one is a pen.

 

Yesterday’s was never a pen.

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1 minute ago, Rogerwyldesmullet said:

Push on Fletcher 1st half was more obvious for me. 

Was gonna say this. Stonewall pen. Idiot ref.

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The keeper completely takes Murphy out and was nowhere near the ball, I think it wasn’t given because the chance had already gone by then and the ball may have even been out of play 

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2 hours ago, DuttyTeabags said:

He should have had another one the other week too when he got sandwiched.  Refs hate us

 

 

 

Never a pen last week he fell into the Huddersfield players, not for me this week either.

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Never understood this rule.

If two outfield players genuinely go for the ball, and one is late and clatters the man who gets to the ball first, then it’s an automatic foul outside the penalty area - and in some cases a yellow or red card.

Perhaps a qualified referee on here could explain what law exists to justify the different approach by referees when it happens in the box, especially where the goalkeeper is the transgressor.

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3 hours ago, Sensible Soccer said:

Keeper knows he is never getting there for me. Hence I feel it should be a pen

100 % agree pal. If attacker cleans keeper out it’s always a foul but hardly ever the other way.

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23 minutes ago, Not Jon Newsome said:

 

Never a pen last week he fell into the Huddersfield players, not for me this week either.

 

He fell into the Huddersfield defenders because he was caught be the defender's trailing leg, certainly seen them given. 

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3 hours ago, Sensible Soccer said:

Why is it no penalty when their keeper cleans out Murphy in the air after the ball has gone. He gets nowhere near the ball and instead clatters Murphy.

 

i understand keepers are a protected species but I don’t think it should give them the right to flatten strikers at will.

 

interested to hear peoples thoughts?

 

UTO

 

It's an unwritten rule, if the player gets his shot away and gets caught after it you rarely get a pen whether the keeper or defender is the culprit.

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5 hours ago, Rogerwyldesmullet said:

Push on Fletcher 1st half was more obvious for me. 

Spot on 

 

The Ref (or rather the idiot in the black impersonating a ref) was looking right at it as well if he isn’t pushed Fletch scores I think 

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2 hours ago, 4evaowl said:

Perhaps a qualified referee on here could explain what law exists to justify the different approach by referees when it happens in the box, especially where the goalkeeper is the transgressor.

They're all at Specsavers.

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2 hours ago, Jonboy27 said:

100 % agree pal. If attacker cleans keeper out it’s always a foul but hardly ever the other way.

 

Thats a great point.  

 

 

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16 hours ago, Lawrie Madden said:

Spot on 

 

The Ref (or rather the idiot in the black impersonating a ref) was looking right at it as well if he isn’t pushed Fletch scores I think 

That's why I think VAR is a great thing, the sooner it's available in the championship the better.

 

We have always had more decisions against than for 

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22 hours ago, Sensible Soccer said:

Why is it no penalty when their keeper cleans out Murphy in the air after the ball has gone. He gets nowhere near the ball and instead clatters Murphy.

 

i understand keepers are a protected species but I don’t think it should give them the right to flatten strikers at will.

 

interested to hear peoples thoughts?

 

UTO

 

I never understand why keepers can clean out players in the box when shooting.

 

If you were that late into the tackle anywhere else it would be a foul and a yellow.

 

But then, it just seems accepted that if it’s the keeper trying to prevent a goal it’s somehow acceptable 

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