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1 minute ago, sherlyegg said:

Cos then he's going to get, not trying hard enough..waste of a shirt...lounging about etc etc etc.

Nothing at all dangerous with the tackle , yellow at max. In fact it was a fair strong challenge...the sort of challenge some say we don't do enough of.

 

If you've been watching football for the last 5 or so years you'll know why you shouldn't make those challenges. IMO he'd have been lucky to avoid being sent off.

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9 minutes ago, 0wl18 said:


His foot is to the side of the ball.
 

At the same height as the Reading players.

 

He wins the ball, the contact occurs on the follow through. The contact is with Shaw’s body, not his studs. It’s never been dangerous. The red bottled it and, fell for the Reading players reaction.
 

 

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Nah mate.

 

Most refs would  show red. 

 

He had his foot up heading at the player.

 

Maybe 20 years ago he stays on but not now. 

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3 minutes ago, sherlyegg said:

Cos then he's going to get, not trying hard enough..waste of a shirt...lounging about etc etc etc.

Nothing at all dangerous with the tackle , yellow at max. In fact it was a fair strong challenge...the sort of challenge some say we don't do enough of.

Have a look at yourself buddy!!

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Just now, MallorcaOwl said:

It was a red card all day, you can't tackle with studs showing. There player fell down for the foul, Patterson was too busy trying to wrestle with LJ, and he lost him, poor all round

 

His studs hit the other players studs, if you ban all studs showing then you have to ban tackling...

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