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dsmg Posted on 26/01/2020 19:02
A question or two
Just musing while rewatching the highlights. Isn't Marquis offside when he helps Curtis' header over the line? No way are there two Barnsley players between him and the goal when Curtis heads it. Just saying. The photo on the official site seems to corroborate that.
The other one. Why did we put down that astroturf next to the pitch? Players seem to slip over every time they step on it. Looks a bit dangerous to me.
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pompeysoulboy Posted on 26/01/2020 19:14
Edited On: 26/01/2020 19:19
A question or two

f@ck knows moosh
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Ghost_of_DeepBlue Posted on 26/01/2020 22:10

A question or two

If you freeze the BBC highlights when they show the replay of the goal from the north side you can see he is probably just level with the keeper, and behind the bloke marking him. But its very close. Linesmen often miss offsides when a defender is playing the attacker on but not the keeper, as we found to our cost in the playoffs all those years ago.

As for the astroturf it was a bugbear of mine last season that it was on the field of play because it was so close to the grass that the ball was on it before it was totally out of play. They reduced the width of the pitch this season by a bit to solve that but you are right that players still have to tread on it in the normal course of play and IMO that should not be allowed. But obviously it is there to stop wear and tear where the linesman runs up and down, ans subs warm up etc.
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