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alfieconn

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  1. Until i put the link up to the website you hadn't even mentioned the IFAB website.
  2. According to Dermot if there hadn't been any goals scored by players using their hand last season the law wouldn't have been changed and guess who scored one of them goals, yes Mr Arguero, couldn't make it up, strange that BB didn't mention that
  3. What i posted was off the IFAB website which as far as i understand is the official website for law changes, and as you can see a comma and the word OR are included and do exist in the law. A player gains control/possession of the ball after it has touches their hand/arm•and then scores, or creates a goal-scoring opportunity
  4. Sunday morning football was head and shoulders above that game
  5. And it's the The IFAB who make the rule changes
  6. City don't win so i see the excuses thread is back in full working order, perhaps you need to look at your defence rather than blaming everything else
  7. Well it appears Refs are adhering to different laws https://www.the-ra.org/news/ifab-law-changes-2019-2020
  8. Or course it's not true, " if he roughly half's his earnings " he doesn't earn 400,000 pounds or equivalent at Juve, when the deal all went pear shaped it was put down to one of two things 1) couldn't agree on his naming rights 2) Juve had decided not to release him as they hadn't signed a replacement.
  9. Obviously Lamela doesn't like laporte putting his arm around Lo Celso
  10. Spot on ER and the fact that Laporte was nearly standing on the penalty spot and Jeus was standing on the 6 yard line proves that the ball was diverted by Laporte's arm.
  11. Ha ha nice try, but you have left out a very small thing called a comma and the word OR which basically separates the 2 actions.If they would have wanted to show it as one action they would have worded it as follows : A player gains control/possession of the ball after it has touches their hand/arm and then scores/creates a goal scoring opportunity.
  12. The law doesn't mention ball to arm. The following ‘handball’ situations, even if accidental, will be a free kick: A player gains control/possession of the ball after it has touches their hand/arm•and then scores, or creates a goal-scoring opportunity.
  13. Wils if the ball doesn't hit his arm it doesn't get to Jesus and probably goes for a throw, certainly more of a handball than the one against Sissoko in the CL but i don't recall you discussing that one Also have to laugh at Murphy's comment "It wouldn't even be seen if we didn't have VAR." derrrr, wasn't that one of the reasons VAR was brought in ?
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