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Thread: Huddersfield's 10 changes

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    Re: Huddersfield's 10 changes

    Quote Originally Posted by TISS View Post
    They had 31 points after 21 games. I don't see your point?

  2. #42

    Re: Huddersfield's 10 changes

    Quote Originally Posted by OurManFlint II View Post
    West Ham won on a penalty taken and scored by an illegal player.

    Sheff Utd had to win at home to f*****g Wigan but lost to a penalty! It was all in Shef Utds hands, nobody else.

    League to blame, not clubs.
    Yes the League were to blame as well but Manchester United gave West Ham a greater chance to win? Surely you can see that by not playing Ronaldo etc it gave West Ham a massive helping hand? This is just one example of this happening.

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    Re: Huddersfield's 10 changes

    Quote Originally Posted by lardy View Post
    It's in the EFL rules, according to their spokesman.

    http://www.skysports.com/football/ne...nst-birmingham

    How you define strongest team is another matter.
    That's an excellent point, especially with a large squad. If NW picks Bamba and Morrison at CB can he expect a call from the FA asking why he left manga on the bench?

  4. #44

    Re: Huddersfield's 10 changes

    Quote Originally Posted by TH63 View Post
    That's an excellent point, especially with a large squad. If NW picks Bamba and Morrison at CB can he expect a call from the FA asking why he left manga on the bench?
    It's a good question, having said that, in this case it is pretty clear cut it isn't their strongest side. The FA have only enforced this rule when a manager has made sweeping changes, although I'm sure Mick McCarthy dropped his entire side once after a defeat...

  5. #45

    Re: Huddersfield's 10 changes

    Quote Originally Posted by Pedro de la Rosa View Post
    Yes the League were to blame as well but Manchester United gave West Ham a greater chance to win? Surely you can see that by not playing Ronaldo etc it gave West Ham a massive helping hand? This is just one example of this happening.
    Fine margins, both game decided by penalties and as mentioned HAD Shef Utd won their game at home to Wigan they might not have been relegated.

    West Ham should have been in bigger trouble for illegal players but Man Utds side didn't impact the Shef Utd result, they lost!

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