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02 Mar 2020 09:43:10
On Sigurdsson, now is the time to reflect, and some of this will upset people,
First line of sight total nonsense
second penalty not even reviewed
third Sigurdsson did effect the play by moving his feet out of the direction the ball was travelling. therefore interfering with play, if he had kept still the ball would have hit him and not gone in the net. so correct decision wrong reason, anyone not seeing him move should visit their local optician, happens at the other end just as much tripe would have been written in favour of VAR, can't have it all ways I'm afraid.

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02 Mar 2020 11:01:40
must be the first own goal to be ruled out for offside.

02 Mar 2020 12:08:34
Cloacina. Moved his feet because by touching the ball he would certainly be offside so catch 22. As to VAR saying offside how does that tie with ED002 saying the referee is the decision maker. This really does need reviewing in the summer.

02 Mar 2020 15:19:20
dfs by moving his feet he interfered with play, only way you get away with it is keep still, and hold hands in the air you see that a lot, incidentally that was, in my opinion the only time Sigurdsson interfered with play during the whole game, free kick apart, just an aside to this in the 1989 cup final Tony Cottee did something similar for the first equaliser but he was standing on the goal line and moved his legs to allow it through, today it would not stand, (is a dummy interfering with play, of course it is) check it on u tube, anyway game over let's get over it, any help in recalling past incidents just ask I have a wonderfull football memory, but can't remember what sex was like, any clues gratefully accepted, have a good day and night to all.

02 Mar 2020 15:54:25
Read the post. I did say catch 22.

02 Mar 2020 17:37:08
Moving out the way can’t be classed as interfering with play! Like DFS said it’s catch 22
In line of sight if De Gea was a midget then perhaps
Plus De Gea moves because he can see the shot then moves back but it’s gone in after the deflection

But to be fair Sigurdsson should have been up and on his feet before that or have been given a penalty as Wan Bissaka didn’t get the ball!

02 Mar 2020 18:27:16
You can only be offside if you make a movement towards the ball, the fact Siggy moved his feet away from the ball is a different situation.

{Ed001's Note - that's not true. You can also be offside by preventing an opponent from playing or being able to play the ball by clearly obstructing the opponent’s line of vision or making an obvious action which clearly impacts on the ability of an opponent to play the ball. Amongst other things. I was just putting the two most relevant to the decision by the refs. I do think it was the wrong decision, as de Gea was wrongfooted by the double deflection and nothing to do with Sigurdsson on the floor, but I just wanted to point out you were wrong with your interpretation of the offside law.}

02 Mar 2020 18:36:57

02 Mar 2020 21:46:30
No way they could of give that goal yesterday as it would of opened a can of worms, as what would then be deemed as effecting keepers vision. I see plenty of players stood right on GK on corners but never given as interfering with GK view.



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