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FT: Middlesbro 1-0 Boro by Armchairdog User: Armchairdog

Posted: 16/5/2018 at 21:26:03, 352 views.


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RE: FT: Middlesbro 1-0 Boro by seadog365 User: seadog365

Posted: 16/5/2018 at 23:14:39, 302 views. In reply to 'FT: Middlesbro 1-0 Boro'

Boro played really well and it was only really the red card which changed the game as we were on top before that. Surprised that Wally missed (or rather had saved) the penalty as usually you’d put your house on such a goal going in. Unfortunately after the sending off it changed completely, and it was backs to the wall stuff, and although we rallied in the last 5 minutes we just couldn’t find that equaliser. If that was indeed the last time we’ll ever see Max then what a stage to bow out on. You could tell how much the boro fans appreciated the lads’ efforts tonight (and during the whole season).

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Attendance: 1,019 n/t by Malton Seadog User: Malton Seadog

Posted: 17/5/2018 at 08:00:23, 240 views. In reply to 'RE: FT: Middlesbro 1-0 Boro'


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RE: RE: FT: Middlesbro 1-0 Boro by Tree User: Tree

Posted: 17/5/2018 at 09:11:46, 262 views. In reply to 'RE: FT: Middlesbro 1-0 Boro'

Having watched the YouTube coverage, it was really interesting to see the game from the sort of angle you see on TV. Really showed us in a good light I thought. Lots of passing and movement, very patient in possession. Thought Sugden really stepped up, too, tenacious in winning back possession and excellent on the ball.

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RE: RE: RE: FT: Middlesbro 1-0 Boro by Armchairdog User: Armchairdog

Posted: 17/5/2018 at 10:10:18, 256 views. In reply to 'RE: RE: FT: Middlesbro 1-0 Boro'

I’m looking forward to seeing a replay of the move that led up to the penalty. From memory it was a superb build up.

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Watch the whole game here: by snainton seadog User: snainton seadog

Posted: 17/5/2018 at 10:16:38, 279 views. In reply to 'RE: RE: RE: FT: Middlesbro 1-0 Boro'

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Yth_ti6g-c8

-- UP THE BORO

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count the number of times a Boro player by Old Git

Posted: 17/5/2018 at 11:01:04, 292 views. In reply to 'Watch the whole game here:'

has his shoulder or shirt tugged
from behind.
See how many the ref penalised.

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I really don’t like the double jeopardy rule. by Malton Seadog User: Malton Seadog

Posted: 17/5/2018 at 11:18:00, 278 views. In reply to 'count the number of times a Boro player'

They should have gone down to ten men, as it was the last man, but because it was a penalty he couldn’t be sent off. Their bloke got pulled down 5 yards from the box, and Hewitt (rightly) get sent off.

Too much protection for players. If you’re daft enough to bring down the last man in the box, you deserve to go 1-0 down and be down to ten men.

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RE: I really don’t like the double jeopardy rule. by snainton seadog User: snainton seadog

Posted: 17/5/2018 at 13:05:19, 290 views. In reply to 'I really don’t like the double jeopardy rule.'

From: http://www.skysports.com/football/news/11095/10512322/laws-of-the-game-changes-ahead-of-the-201617-premier-league-season

CHANGE 3: An end to the ‘triple-punishment law’

The previous ‘triple-punishment’ law meant a player who denied a goal-scoring opportunity in the box was automatically red-carded and handed a suspension, as well as giving away a penalty.

The law has now been changed so players committing accidental fouls that deny goal-scoring opportunities in the penalty area will not be automatically sent off, with a yellow card sufficient punishment.

As the amendment states: “When a denial of a goalscoring opportunity offence is committed by a defender in the penalty area, the penalty kick effectively restores the goalscoring opportunity so the punishment for the player should be less strong (e.g. a yellow card) than when the offence is committed outside the penalty area. However, when the offence is handball or clearly not a genuine attempt to play or challenge for the ball, the player will be sent off."

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This means if there’s a large amount of time left, you’re arguably either better off letting them shoot/score, or risking a penalty and a yellow card, than taking them down outside the box and getting a man sent off.

At 1-0 down with 11 men, would we have been better off?

-- UP THE BORO

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RE: RE: I really don’t like the double jeopardy rule. by Tree User: Tree

Posted: 17/5/2018 at 21:08:52, 252 views. In reply to 'RE: I really don’t like the double jeopardy rule.'

Poor rule really. Having a free shot at goal is in no way comparable to playing with one player fewer for the rest of the game. I think the answer is probably to award a yellow card and a penalty where a clear goalscoring opportunity is denied, irrespective of where the foul occurs.

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RE: count the number of times a Boro player by Tree User: Tree

Posted: 17/5/2018 at 21:05:11, 254 views. In reply to 'count the number of times a Boro player'

Didn’t think the ref gave us much tbh. But then I rarely do! Three or four times Middlesbrough players kicked the ball away when a decision went against them - nothing doing - Sugden did it once and got booked.

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