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    Huddersfield Town


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    What's wrong with it!

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    Quote Originally Posted by TWGL1 View Post
    How isn't it a penalty?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Harry Paget Flashman View Post
    How isn't it a penalty?
    Exactly, he raised his arm to block the ball.

    ManU had a LUCKY penalty against Bournemouth just now. The ref who cocked up last weekend has cocked up again this weekend.

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    Id be livid if I was a Huddersfield fan. That is outrageous.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TWGL1 View Post

    I agree, it looks a soft one.

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    Quote Originally Posted by alan_corneli View Post
    Exactly, he raised his arm to block the ball.

    ManU had a LUCKY penalty against Bournemouth just now. The ref who cocked up last weekend has cocked up again this weekend.
    This was also a soft one.

    The one Bournemouth were denied by VAR in the last minute was a poor decision too.

    Yet another case of the "bigger" teams getting the decisions.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dave Blue View Post
    Id be livid if I was a Huddersfield fan. That is outrageous.
    Be livid with the rules. Its a penalty to the letter of the law.

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    Re: Huddersfield Town

    She probably sees his arm raised as he starts to slide but it looks like when contact is made his arms is down in line with his body. If it even hits the arm at all, can't really see from that clip.

    It's very harsh from that distance.

    Other than run around with arms behind his back he can't do much else.

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    Re: Huddersfield Town

    I don't think it should be a penalty, but it is under the way the law is interpreted these days. For me, it's more of a penalty than the one given against Bournemouth as VAR turned in a man of the match performance for Manchester United last night.

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