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Lovely Riordan-esque finish from big Holty.
 
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Funny that they never showed McGregor's disallowed goal. I'll tell ye why cos there was absolutely nothing wrong with it.

Just add it to the list of perfectly good goals chalked off for no reason against them.
 
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the pair of crutches lifted after the final whistle in the West stand is buckling me with laughter :rollfloor
 
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Funny that they never showed McGregor's disallowed goal. I'll tell ye why cos there was absolutely nothing wrong with it.

Just add it to the list of perfectly good goals chalked off for no reason against them.
He was 100% offside beefy pal. He stood offside waiting for the ball to be crossed, the defence didn't fall back as he'd expect so he was a yard offside. Was right infront of us, perfect view. Which was nippy cos I had called it he was going to score from the free kick.
 
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He was 100% offside beefy pal. He stood offside waiting for the ball to be crossed, the defence didn't fall back as he'd expect so he was a yard offside. Was right infront of us, perfect view. Which was nippy cos I had called it he was going to score from the free kick.
He wasn't buddy. Check Forza's photo in another thread. He was in line with the defender when the kick was taken. Everyone around me was incredulous that it was chalked off and could only surmise that he must have gave the defender a wee push.
 
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He wasn't buddy. Check Forza's photo in another thread. He was in line with the defender when the kick was taken. Everyone around me was incredulous that it was chalked off and could only surmise that he must have gave the defender a wee push.
The photo's helpful but it doesn't show if he was offside because it's quite a while after the ball's been kicked, no?
 
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The photo's helpful but it doesn't show if he was offside because it's quite a while after the ball's been kicked, no?
He was standing just off as the kick was getting settled. When the kick was taken he was in line. He was the last man at the back post facing a line of at least 3 gunt defenders, I'm right in line West Upper facing him. No run and jump for header either just rose from standing in his spot and won it cleanly. As I said everybody was bamboozled around us as we could all see the line from the kicker's side. So we all assumed it must have been for a soft foul on the defender marking Daz.
 
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He was standing just off as the kick was getting settled. When the kick was taken he was in line. He was the last man at the back post facing a line of at least 3 gunt defenders, I'm right in line West Upper facing him. No run and jump for header either just rose from standing in his spot and won it cleanly. As I said everybody was bamboozled around us as we could all see the line from the kicker's side. So we all assumed it must have been for a soft foul on the defender marking Daz.
I getcha, obviously you had a good view so I expect you're right. I just don't think it's possible to tell from that photo.
 
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No seen any of the highlights of the penalty claim in the 5th minute when mcginn went down,was right in line with it and it looked a stonewaller to me
 
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Funny that they never showed McGregor's disallowed goal. I'll tell ye why cos there was absolutely nothing wrong with it.

Just add it to the list of perfectly good goals chalked off for no reason against them.
I thought he was on and was disallowed for a foul of some soft kind, never even looked for a flag.
 
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what a fantastic finish by Holt.

sublime touch :yas:
 
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