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11 hours ago, RamNut said:

Not sure a keeper should be able to hop around like that. 

Its bad manners.

 

6 hours ago, RamNut said:

Its very off putting for the penalty taker. 

What if the goalkeeper welcomed the player into the box with a cup of tea and apologised in advance for the lengths they were going to have to go to in order to distract them?

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1 hour ago, cheron85 said:

 

What if the goalkeeper welcomed the player into the box with a cup of tea and apologised in advance for the lengths they were going to have to go to in order to distract them?

perhaps even step out of the way maybe, it would be he gentlemanly thing to do

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2 minutes ago, Spanish said:

perhaps even step out of the way maybe, it would be he gentlemanly thing to do

I actually think not making any effort to make a save would be patronising and not good manners at all - You show respect for an opponent by trying your best

But I think it would be polite to let the chap know that you are intending to try and distract him - Advance warning and all that

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1 minute ago, cheron85 said:

I actually think not making any effort to make a save would be patronising and not good manners at all - You show respect for an opponent by trying your best

But I think it would be polite to let the chap know that you are intending to try and distract him - Advance warning and all that

hmmm, yes you make a valid point, good show old man

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1 hour ago, cheron85 said:

 

What if the goalkeeper welcomed the player into the box with a cup of tea and apologised in advance for the lengths they were going to have to go to in order to distract them?

Now you are just being silly and assuming he likes tea!!! 

What if he prefers coffee?

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7 minutes ago, BathRam72 said:

Now you are just being silly and assuming he likes tea!!! 

What if he prefers coffee?

Tea is the gentleman's drink - But you are of course right that a range of hot and cold beverages should be provided - Maybe an array of biscuits and a small selection of sandwiches too

I mostly drinks coffee - Need the caffeine 

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5 minutes ago, RadioactiveWaste said:

I think penalty takers should have to run up backwards then turn around within 1m of the ball.

Wouldn't improve the game, but there'd be some amusing mess up videos on YouTube.

Hull would have a better chance of converting if they followed that method.

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On 9/9/2017 at 12:13, Ellafella said:

Yes...they failed to convert 3 gold-rimmed chances that came as a result of that possession...the penalty, the diving header which the chap missed by a millimetre and the shot which shaved the bar, not forgetting the left foot ballooner that the chap should have buried. Our finishing was that much more clinical...theirs was woeful hence we won 5-0 but they created more than we did. 

 

You're in cloud cuckoo land vato cuz anyway you cut it we thrashed the living daylights out of them. They're lucky we didn't score 9 as we missed as many as they did on top of the ones we scored. Martin, Nugent Vydra Lawrence ++

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6 hours ago, cheron85 said:

What if the goalkeeper welcomed the player into the box with a cup of tea and apologised in advance for the lengths they were going to have to go to in order to distract them?

 

5 hours ago, Spanish said:

perhaps even step out of the way maybe, it would be he gentlemanly thing to do

 

5 hours ago, BathRam72 said:

Now you are just being silly and assuming he likes tea!!! 

What if he prefers coffee?

You're all being very silly.

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