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Chobham Eagle 02-01-2015 10:54 AM

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Originally Posted by 917L (Post 12150795)
2 terrible decisions, as was Liverpools 1st penalty

All where officials were very close with totally unimpeded views

It surely has to be time to bring in TV replays.

art malice 02-01-2015 11:03 AM

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Originally Posted by Chobham Eagle (Post 12151221)
Haven't watched MOTD yet but did Savage actually say that WBA were 'safe' now Pulis was in charge? If so, what an idiot. This mythical status that Pulis seems to have adopted is based on nine months success at the Palace. He certainly wasn't regarded in this way during the rest of his managerial career. I'd laugh like stink if WBA go down - and not only because it will make pundits like Savage seem complete idiots.

Absolutely spot on. It's almost a given now that Pulis will never get relegated. I hope he takes them down and then the club go to court to stop him fvcking off two days before the Championship starts

Dorking .Eagle 02-01-2015 11:13 AM

One of the more intelligent observations on TalkSport, was about WBA's end of season run-in. It was Norwich-esque and makes me feel a little more at ease about our run in now.

WBA have 18 games left. Their last 5 games are:-

Liverpool (h),
Man Utd
Newcastle
Chelsea (h)
Arsenal

Now we all know Pulis helped Palace get 4 points out of that lot last season, but IMO, they need to be safe before those final 5 games. In other words something like 20 points of of the next 13 games. Big ask.

Old Joe Paxton 02-01-2015 11:18 AM

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Originally Posted by Dorking .Eagle (Post 12151263)
One of the more intelligent observations on TalkSport, was about WBA's end of season run-in. It was Norwich-esque and makes me feel a little more at ease about our run in now.

WBA have 18 games left. Their last 5 games are:-

Liverpool (h),
Man Utd
Newcastle
Chelsea (h)
Arsenal

Now we all know Pulis helped Palace get 4 points out of that lot last season, but IMO, they need to be safe before those final 5 games. In other words something like 20 points of of the next 13 games. Big ask.

Similar to ours then

SussexRed&Blue 02-01-2015 11:25 AM

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Originally Posted by 917L (Post 12150795)
2 terrible decisions, as was Liverpools 1st penalty

All where officials were very close with totally unimpeded views

Unbelievable decisions in the Liverpool v Leicester game. So much money rides on these crucial decisions got to bring in more technology for managers to challenge the decisions. At least it wasn't us this time. Worrying thing is all our rivals put in powerful performances with goal threat.

elgin eagle 02-01-2015 11:26 AM

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Originally Posted by Dorking .Eagle (Post 12151263)
One of the more intelligent observations on TalkSport, was about WBA's end of season run-in. It was Norwich-esque and makes me feel a little more at ease about our run in now.

WBA have 18 games left. Their last 5 games are:-

Liverpool (h),
Man Utd
Newcastle
Chelsea (h)
Arsenal

Now we all know Pulis helped Palace get 4 points out of that lot last season, but IMO, they need to be safe before those final 5 games. In other words something like 20 points of of the next 13 games. Big ask.

Good stuff.

Chobham Eagle 02-01-2015 01:58 PM

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Originally Posted by SussexRed&Blue (Post 12151296)
Unbelievable decisions in the Liverpool v Leicester game. So much money rides on these crucial decisions got to bring in more technology for managers to challenge the decisions. At least it wasn't us this time.

Agreed.

The Omen 02-01-2015 02:04 PM

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Originally Posted by Dorking .Eagle (Post 12151263)
One of the more intelligent observations on TalkSport, was about WBA's end of season run-in. It was Norwich-esque and makes me feel a little more at ease about our run in now.

WBA have 18 games left. Their last 5 games are:-

Liverpool (h),
Man Utd
Newcastle
Chelsea (h)
Arsenal

Now we all know Pulis helped Palace get 4 points out of that lot last season, but IMO, they need to be safe before those final 5 games. In other words something like 20 points of of the next 13 games. Big ask.

Thing is, we are only one game past the half way point so it doesn't really matter about the run ins just yet in my opinion, but it is still a little comforting.

Would love Pulis to go down with them - would even make it a little easier to take if we dropped with them :)

switchboard 02-01-2015 02:08 PM

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Originally Posted by Dorking .Eagle (Post 12151263)
One of the more intelligent observations on TalkSport, was about WBA's end of season run-in. It was Norwich-esque and makes me feel a little more at ease about our run in now.

WBA have 18 games left. Their last 5 games are:-

Liverpool (h),
Man Utd
Newcastle
Chelsea (h)
Arsenal

Now we all know Pulis helped Palace get 4 points out of that lot last season, but IMO, they need to be safe before those final 5 games. In other words something like 20 points of of the next 13 games. Big ask.

We play West Brom just before they hit those games so could be a massive game. Our final 5 fixtures aren't much better

maestro 02-01-2015 02:08 PM

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Originally Posted by Chobham Eagle (Post 12151224)
It surely has to be time to bring in TV replays.

How would that work though? I was thinking about it and its a can of worms

Who would call for the replays?

GorBlimey 02-01-2015 02:14 PM

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Originally Posted by maestro (Post 12151651)
How would that work though? I was thinking about it and its a can of worms

Who would call for the replays?

It would be like the tennis, where a player gets to challenge line calls.

Each manager would get , say, one decision per half- - four max for the game.

maestro 02-01-2015 02:18 PM

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Originally Posted by GorBlimey (Post 12151662)
It would be like the tennis, where a player gets to challenge line calls.

Each manager would get , say, one decision per half- - four max for the game.

In Tennis and cricket there is a natural break in game.

GorBlimey 02-01-2015 02:19 PM

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Originally Posted by maestro (Post 12151677)
In Tennis and cricket there is a natural break in game.

Not for the line call challenge - that takes place during play.

maestro 02-01-2015 02:23 PM

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Originally Posted by GorBlimey (Post 12151678)
Not for the line call challenge - that takes place during play.

I dont like the idea of a manager being able to stop play, it could be used tactically.

Can you imagine the outrage if we have a 3 vs 1 break on the counter and the opposition manager stops the game!!

I thought about this and I cant see anyway it can be bought in apart from like Rugby where the ref asks someone to double check

GorBlimey 02-01-2015 02:29 PM

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Originally Posted by maestro (Post 12151684)
I dont like the idea of a manager being able to stop play, it could be used tactically.

Can you imagine the outrage if we have a 3 vs 1 break on the counter and the opposition manager stops the game!!

I thought about this and I cant see anyway it can be bought in apart from like Rugby where the ref asks someone to double check

I see what you're saying but if it could only be used once, it would be most likely be on penalty decisions and off sides that did/didn't result in a goal, or maybe sending offs.

1_Neil_Warnock 02-01-2015 02:30 PM

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Originally Posted by maestro (Post 12151684)
I dont like the idea of a manager being able to stop play, it could be used tactically.

Can you imagine the outrage if we have a 3 vs 1 break on the counter and the opposition manager stops the game!!

I thought about this and I cant see anyway it can be bought in apart from like Rugby where the ref asks someone to double check

I think it would be possible to have appeals when the ball goes out of play. For example, McArthur's goal at Man City could have been appealed considering there was a stoppage for the 'offside' anyway. It is hard to know where to draw the line but with decisions of such important being proven wrong seconds later through tv replays it is very frustrating.

GorBlimey 02-01-2015 02:37 PM

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Originally Posted by 1_Neil_Warnock (Post 12151698)
I think it would be possible to have appeals when the ball goes out of play. For example, McArthur's goal at Man City could have been appealed considering there was a stoppage for the 'offside' anyway. It is hard to know where to draw the line but with decisions of such important being proven wrong seconds later through tv replays it is very frustrating.

The ball-face "hand-ball" at Liverpool yesterday was a clear contender for a challenge.

RisZero 02-01-2015 02:38 PM

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Originally Posted by 1_Neil_Warnock (Post 12151698)
I think it would be possible to have appeals when the ball goes out of play. For example, McArthur's goal at Man City could have been appealed considering there was a stoppage for the 'offside' anyway. It is hard to know where to draw the line but with decisions of such important being proven wrong seconds later through tv replays it is very frustrating.

I like the idea of having a quota of out-of-play video replay appeals, where if you appeal and are judged wrong you lose an appeal. Basically a limit on the number of false appeals you can make before you lose all right to appeal.

Think it promotes more honesty across all areas but needs to be tested to make sure matches dont start taking an hour extra to finish.

cpfc4evandeva 02-01-2015 02:42 PM

I get the argument for technology but using the 1st Liverpool penalty as an example is a joke. F*ck technology, the ref shouldn't have given a penalty full-stop. Same with how McArthur's goal a couple of weeks back should have been given.

Contentious decisions make a ref's life difficult and I can understand the arguments for technology. The two I've highlighted above should have been seen without the use of technology with ease. They were both such massive mistakes that in other industries the guilty party would have some kind of retraining.

Ardent Eagle Forever 02-01-2015 02:42 PM

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And dickhead Savages hair looked like Cameron Diaz's :)

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You saw that on Mark Bright's twitter feed last week:D


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