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10 minutes ago, beswetherick said:

First yellow wasn’t even a foul

 

Second yellow he won the ball cleanly, it was just a hard tackle

This is correct, 

 

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Just now, SallyCinnamon said:

Same people abusing him for getting sent off will be the same people who says he’s not bothered anymore.

 

Lad made an over enthusiastic challenge, inexperienced and he got punished for it. If anything that type of challenge shows he cares.

 

Feel for him tonight.

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Youre going to defend him whatever aren’t you.

Looks like he’ll be teaching Scott Brown a thing or 2. 

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This is when young players need a proper manager in, he is known for flying in, still needs to learn but Thompson is to blame for keeping him on for me, although Shaw should be kept out of the side from now on for me.

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1 minute ago, BIG D said:

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Youre going to defend him whatever aren’t you.

Looks like he’ll be teaching Scott Brown a thing or 2. 


I am going to defend him because he’s still a young lad. And the Celtic thing will amplify that mistake and attract even more abuse than he would ordinarily receive for a red card.
 

He’s cost us this game for sure. But he won’t be the reason we’re relegated.

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15 minutes ago, @owlstalk said:

 

 

He won the ball

First one wasn’t a foul either.. daft to dive in like that on a yellow though.

 

Not sure if his heart is in Wednesday anymore. Shame - could have been a legend like Morrison.

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15 minutes ago, @owlstalk said:

 

 

He won the ball

Makes no odds you are asking for trouble lunging in when there is absolutely no need to do so. Cost us big time.

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9 minutes ago, 0wl18 said:

It’s either serious foul play and a straight red or, nothing. 
 

Ref gives a yellow which is inexplicable.

 

No it's not, his trailing leg comes through & takes the man out, but not with enough force to serious foul play.

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The downside of playing inexperienced kids in relegation scraps...

 

So so frustrating, not going to scape goat him for how terrible we have been but you just can’t do that in games this important. 

 

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I haven’t seen the first yellow and it sounds a bad decision but seriously how dim do you have to be to go in like that when you’re on a yellow?

 

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2 minutes ago, TaxiMark said:

This is when young players need a proper manager in, he is known for flying in, still needs to learn but Thompson is to blame for keeping him on for me, although Shaw should be kept out of the side from now on for me.

 

That ultimately falls on the owner.

 

Chansiri sacked the last manager after 10 games and we have now had more games than that under the leadership of someone who has never managed at this level and prior to this season has been an academy coach for years, during the midst of a relegation battle. Just meandering towards the drop with a 'see how it goes' attitude to giving a novice this vital job. 

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1 minute ago, WAWAWUTO17 said:

He shouldn't have been in the squad today. Too much of a distraction and Thompson should have taken him out of the limelight 


Unfortunately I think you’re right. I wanted Shaw to play because I think he improves us.

 

But thinking about it. The attention has all been on him this week. He was probably being too committed to show he still cares and wants to do well. 
 

Resulted in a red card. 

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1 minute ago, SallyCinnamon said:


I am going to defend him because he’s still a young lad. And the Celtic thing will amplify that mistake and attract even more abuse than he would ordinarily receive for a red card.
 

He’s cost us this game for sure. But he won’t be the reason we’re relegated.

At least he has answered the question , should he picked, absolutely not at the moment,

     

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Just now, hirstyboywonder said:

 

That ultimately falls on the owner.

 

Chansiri sacked the last manager after 10 games and we have now had more games than that under the leadership of someone who has never managed at this level and prior to this season has been an academy coach for years, during the midst of a relegation battle. Just meandering towards the drop with a 'see how it goes' attitude to giving a novice this vital job. 

Yep totally agree .

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1 minute ago, zzmdu said:

 

No it's not, his trailing leg comes through & takes the man out, but not with enough force to serious foul play.

So why the yellow card?

 

Not every foul is a yellow. He’s won the ball cleanly and caught the player with his follow through which is out of his control. 

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Hes not the reason (if) we go down and he's not the reason we lost this game. 90 minutes of harris running into pedersen and everyone else kicking the ball into touch is clearly not going to win a game. Everything about this game from a Wednesday perspective has been ******** poor. That said sheffield wednesday shouldn't be the avenue to for Liam Shaw to make his mistakes anymore. We need to stay up, not aid his development.

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16 minutes ago, SallyCinnamon said:


No the season will result in relegation. Not this game. 

No! This was crucial and we’ve lost it because of an idiot who could t care less cos he’s ******** off to Scotland. Poor management. New manager in tomorrow please.

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