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1 minute ago, 86 Hair Islands said:

Two great defensive headers from young Lee. Pretty sure he started off as a CB and he's freakishly good in the air considering he's not the tallest lad.

Massive break for us there. Definite pen so no complaints today. About time we got the rub of the green though. Would have been a horrible break.

Lads need to stay focused and not start to defend too deep. Long way to go yet. As QPR seek an equaliser there be chances to break upfield and we need to stay alert should a chance present itself.

I think he started off as a DM, moved to CB when he first joined our academy, before switching to LB at U16/U18 level. He was occasionally used at LCB in the U18 title winning season.

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5 minutes ago, Ted McMinn Football Genius said:

Jamie Mackie on SKY Sports reporting on our match and he couldn’t be more biased towards his former club . So annoying, always thought there should be impartiality in commentary. 🤬🤬🤬

sky sports have never had impartiality. remember phil Thompson ?

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6 minutes ago, ariotofmyown said:

Think the actual rule is just make it up. Might as well be.

Seen this

 

Except for the above offences, it is not an offence if the ball touches a player’s hand/arm:

directly from the player’s own head or body (including the foot)

directly from the head or body (including the foot) of another player who is close

if the hand/arm is close to the body and does not make the body unnaturally bigger

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