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Old-boot Posted on 09/10/2019 04:50
Nice to see a referee not afraid to enforce the rules
 
That wiped the smirk off his face! [:D]

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Dustbin_Man Posted on 09/10/2019 06:43

Nice to see a referee not afraid to enforce the rules
Ridiculous...he wasnt walking slowly to get off the pitch. Never a yellow. The ref should have said something to him and the management after the game on this occasion to remind him of the new rule.
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Old-boot Posted on 09/10/2019 07:33

Nice to see a referee not afraid to enforce the rules
Errrrr....if you read the article, the referee said something to him DURING the game, and therefore it was DEFINITELY a 2nd yellow....
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Buddy Posted on 09/10/2019 07:42

Nice to see a referee not afraid to enforce the rules
Meanwhile the English game has added this one to the list of rules it takes no notice of.
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Cleveleyssmoggie Posted on 09/10/2019 09:19

Nice to see a referee not afraid to enforce the rules
Millwall are losing at home to West Ham, Rangers are losing at home to Celtic, in those scenarios do you really expect a player from the away team to take the long way back to the dugouts?

It’s a stupid rule, the referee has a “stopwatch”, he should use it.
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bear66 Posted on 09/10/2019 09:22

Nice to see a referee not afraid to enforce the rules
I was surprised that Browne took the long way off against Preston when we wanted a goal. (A 60m walk instead of a 5m walk.)
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Marvanelli Posted on 09/10/2019 09:28

Nice to see a referee not afraid to enforce the rules
'I was surprised that Browne took the long way off against Preston when we wanted a goal. (A 60m walk instead of a 5m walk.)'

It was Johnson wasn't it?

Seem to remember him being right near the corner flag (North East), then slowly jogging to the dugout instead of literally making 2 strides to the sideline.
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bear66 Posted on 09/10/2019 09:31

Nice to see a referee not afraid to enforce the rules
Johnson/Fletcher came on for Browne/Assombalonga.
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Marvanelli Posted on 09/10/2019 09:37

Nice to see a referee not afraid to enforce the rules
Ah yes, that's correct.

Unless it was Johnson coming off against Sheff Wed I'm thinking of?

It's still too early for my brain to operate [:D]

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bear66 Posted on 09/10/2019 09:38

Nice to see a referee not afraid to enforce the rules
It was Browne versus Preston as I recall thinking "He's swapped sides".
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Old-boot Posted on 09/10/2019 09:56

Nice to see a referee not afraid to enforce the rules
Whatever your opinions of the rule are, the fact is that it IS a rule, and therefore needs to be enforced!

I agree that the clock should be stopped for substitutions, but thats not the way the rule is written....so therefore, he should have accepted the referee's directive to leave at the nearest border.....he didn't and suffered the consequences....[rle]
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