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Thread: If you get the chance to see the winning goal again

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    If you get the chance to see the winning goal again

    Do it.

    Magnificent piece of poaching from Bamba.
    Absolute chaos in there, pure will gets the ball in the net.

    As for the offside, well in real time it’s impossible to see. None of the defenders appeal either.

    Freeze frame it and he’s probably off, but that’s very tight.

    Might even have been a push by Manga in the build up , which no one has mentioned

    About time we had the rub of the green

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    Re: If you get the chance to see the winning goal again

    A lottery in the box by all accounts. Being in the Canton with less than 20/20 vision, I didn't see it. Looked great on Match of the Day though.

    Well done, Sol.

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    Re: If you get the chance to see the winning goal again

    Quote Originally Posted by Lawnmower View Post
    Freeze frame it and he’s probably off, but that’s very tight.


    Freeze frame it and he's definitely off.

    Very tough call for the officials, though. Bodies everywhere, ball pinging around, everyone moving. The offside would have been difficult to spot in real time.

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    Re: If you get the chance to see the winning goal again

    Quote Originally Posted by The Lone Gunman View Post


    Freeze frame it and he's definitely off.

    Very tough call for the officials, though. Bodies everywhere, ball pinging around, everyone moving. The offside would have been difficult to spot in real time.
    👍

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    Re: If you get the chance to see the winning goal again

    Quote Originally Posted by The Lone Gunman View Post


    Freeze frame it and he's definitely off.

    Very tough call for the officials, though. Bodies everywhere, ball pinging around, everyone moving. The offside would have been difficult to spot in real time.
    Also, despite the crying and moaning from Hughton and the fans, Brighton did not deserve a draw.
    I realise they had a player sent off early, but they decided to hold out for a draw as they walked out for the second half.
    We struggled to get going and put them to the sword but they offered absolutely nothing.
    I notice their fans are again jumping on the bandwagon of “harsh and ugly Cardiff” but just look at the foul stats for the game.

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    Re: If you get the chance to see the winning goal again

    Quote Originally Posted by DubaiDai View Post
    Also, despite the crying and moaning from Hughton and the fans, Brighton did not deserve a draw.
    I realise they had a player sent off early, but they decided to hold out for a draw as they walked out for the second half.
    We struggled to get going and put them to the sword but they offered absolutely nothing.
    I notice their fans are again jumping on the bandwagon of “harsh and ugly Cardiff” but just look at the foul stats for the game.

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    Re: If you get the chance to see the winning goal again

    Quote Originally Posted by jeepster View Post
    They were the physical and ugly side as were Newcastle and to a lesser extent Leicester. Burnley also outmuscled us

  8. #8

    Re: If you get the chance to see the winning goal again

    Made me smile, their fans shouting hoof, then their defence launched the next 3 or 4 clearances upfield, twice all the way through to Etheridge.

  9. #9

    Re: If you get the chance to see the winning goal again

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gQ9FmROIm90

    Don't know it will work over there.

    Etheridge's save is outstanding.

  10. #10

    Re: If you get the chance to see the winning goal again

    He was onside.Check the morning papers

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    Re: If you get the chance to see the winning goal again

    Quote Originally Posted by NYCBlue View Post
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gQ9FmROIm90

    Don't know it will work over there.

    Etheridge's save is outstanding.
    Doesn’t work and yes, Etheridge’s save was a key moment.

    He’s done so well for us .

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    Re: If you get the chance to see the winning goal again

    Quote Originally Posted by The Lone Gunman View Post


    Freeze frame it and he's definitely off.

    Very tough call for the officials, though. Bodies everywhere, ball pinging around, everyone moving. The offside would have been difficult to spot in real time.
    It's about time official's were issued with freeze frame glasses, when will we ever embrace the 21st century.

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    Re: If you get the chance to see the winning goal again

    Quote Originally Posted by Lawnmower View Post
    Doesn’t work and yes, Etheridge’s save was a key moment.

    He’s done so well for us .
    World class save in my opinion , stand out piece of skill on the day.

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    Re: If you get the chance to see the winning goal again

    Quote Originally Posted by NYCBlue View Post
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gQ9FmROIm90

    Don't know it will work over there.

    Etheridge's save is outstanding.
    Turning point of the game

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    Re: If you get the chance to see the winning goal again

    Quote Originally Posted by life on mars View Post
    World class save in my opinion , stand out piece of skill on the day.
    Mate of mine was watching the game on TV in South Africa and text that he had just seen the save of the season.

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    Re: If you get the chance to see the winning goal again

    Quote Originally Posted by Harry Monk View Post
    Mate of mine was watching the game on TV in South Africa and text that he had just seen the save of the season.

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    Re: If you get the chance to see the winning goal again

    Quote Originally Posted by Harry Monk View Post
    Mate of mine was watching the game on TV in South Africa and text that he had just seen the save of the season.
    To me it looked like he almost messed up anticipating where the ball was going a bit too early but recovered superbly

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    Re: If you get the chance to see the winning goal again

    Quote Originally Posted by jamieccfc View Post
    To me it looked like he almost messed up anticipating where the ball was going a bit too early but recovered superbly
    Anywhere we can see this again ?

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    Re: If you get the chance to see the winning goal again

    Quote Originally Posted by Lawnmower View Post
    Anywhere we can see this again ?
    BBC iplayer Match of the Day. Looked like the ball was hit with quite a bit of swerve and Etheridge did really well to tip it over once he adjusted to the flight.

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    Re: If you get the chance to see the winning goal again

    Quote Originally Posted by cyril evans awaydays View Post
    BBC iplayer Match of the Day. Looked like the ball was hit with quite a bit of swerve and Etheridge did really well to tip it over once he adjusted to the flight.
    Cheers, just saw it and yeah, that’s about right

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    Re: If you get the chance to see the winning goal again

    Quote Originally Posted by Lawnmower View Post
    Cheers, just saw it and yeah, that’s about right
    I can't be sure whether it was a great save or he got lucky after making a bit of a mess of his positioning.

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    Re: If you get the chance to see the winning goal again

    Quote Originally Posted by jeremy corbyn View Post
    I can't be sure whether it was a great save or he got lucky after making a bit of a mess of his positioning.
    Great save.

  23. #23

    Re: If you get the chance to see the winning goal again

    Came from a long throw too. Just saying.

  24. #24

    Re: If you get the chance to see the winning goal again

    https://youtu.be/erH51mgDLAY

    Watch it again BUT I urge you to wait for the replay. Don’t watch the goal on the replay watch Gunnarson. I keep watching and watching it. Great emotion. Love it

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    Re: If you get the chance to see the winning goal again

    Brilliant!

    Back to Etheridge, was a transfer fee amount ever disclosed?

  26. #26

    Re: If you get the chance to see the winning goal again

    Quote Originally Posted by The Lone Gunman View Post


    Freeze frame it and he's definitely off.

    Very tough call for the officials, though. Bodies everywhere, ball pinging around, everyone moving. The offside would have been difficult to spot in real time.
    Not offside, as everyone is saying that Manga, headed the ball in, when it was clearly their defender that did, I watched it a dozen times and it was definitely headed by the defender!

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    Re: If you get the chance to see the winning goal again

    Quote Originally Posted by Igovernor View Post
    Not offside, as everyone is saying that Manga, headed the ball in, when it was clearly their defender that did, I watched it a dozen times and it was definitely headed by the defender!
    Dear me....

    Bamba wasn't offside when the ball first came into the area from the throw-in and flicked off the head of the defender, but he was very definitely offside when Manga headed the ball the second time before his bicycle kick. If you've watched it a dozen times, how come you've missed that? I just watched the Match the Day replay if the incident and they highlighted it immediately afterwards!

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    Re: If you get the chance to see the winning goal again

    Quote Originally Posted by Igovernor View Post
    Not offside, as everyone is saying that Manga, headed the ball in, when it was clearly their defender that did, I watched it a dozen times and it was definitely headed by the defender!
    Imagine being this biased

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    Re: If you get the chance to see the winning goal again

    Quote Originally Posted by Gnojek View Post
    Brilliant!

    Back to Etheridge, was a transfer fee amount ever disclosed?
    I’m sure he was a free agent

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    Re: If you get the chance to see the winning goal again

    Quote Originally Posted by The Lone Gunman View Post
    Dear me....

    Bamba wasn't offside when the ball first came into the area from the throw-in and flicked off the head of the defender, but he was very definitely offside when Manga headed the ball the second time before his bicycle kick. If you've watched it a dozen times, how come you've missed that? I just watched the Match the Day replay if the incident and they highlighted it immediately afterwards!
    Will have another look when i get home!

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