Sheffield Forum

Nottingham Forest v Sheffield Wednesday 18/02/17

Home > Sheffield > Sheffield Sport & Activities > Sheffield Football

Reply To Topic
 
Thread Tools Search this Thread
18-02-2017, 20:10   #41
Robbie Loving
Fat McLovin
Robbie Loving's Avatar
 
Moderator
Joined: Mar 2004
Location: Always assume work
Total Posts: 16,163
Send a message via MSN to Robbie Loving
Quote:
Originally Posted by Jim Hardie View Post
Only if it's for serious foul play. In this case it was preventing a goal scoring opportunity.
Clucas of Hull was given a straight red for denying a goalscoring opportunity only last week as just one example.
_______
It's just like watching the Blades :)
  Reply With Quote
18-02-2017, 20:11   #42
Southey owl
Registered User
Southey owl's Avatar
 
Joined: May 2015
Location: Southey , Sheffield
Total Posts: 1,016
Quote:
Originally Posted by Sheridan1-0 View Post
Its all about winning at this stage &despite opinion that Westwood should have walked & bad defending could easily have cost us ... He didn't & it didn't ..!

Onwards to Tuesday night now & another game that on paper we should win ...

Points over performance every time
Totally agree on both counts.
_______
Mick Barker Winner and Record Holder
Sheffield Star Walk 1964
1 Hour.. 38 Minutes ..15 Secs......12 Miles.
  Reply With Quote
18-02-2017, 20:14   #43
senwar
Registered User
 
Joined: Nov 2003
Location: Green Moor
Total Posts: 729
That's as good as we've been for a while. Fully deserved and we played really well. Stupid goal to give away but at least for once it was against the grain.

4 wins in a row, abdi looking superb and we're on our way. Lovely.
  Reply With Quote
18-02-2017, 20:21   #44
top4718
Registered User
top4718's Avatar
 
Joined: Jun 2008
Total Posts: 9,159
Quote:
Originally Posted by Robbie Loving View Post
Clucas of Hull was given a straight red for denying a goalscoring opportunity only last week as just one example.
That will be that particular referees interpretation of the rule, today's got it right.
  Reply With Quote
18-02-2017, 20:26   #45
Jim Hardie
Registered User
Jim Hardie's Avatar
 
Joined: Oct 2010
Total Posts: 6,575
Quote:
Originally Posted by top4718 View Post
That will be that particular referees interpretation of the rule, today's got it right.
It was Clattenberg. He's had to join the foreign legion to forget.
_______
CONGRATULATIONS WEDNESDAY
Sheffield's top dogs again in 2016/17
(That's just 42 times in my 68 years)

At last a bit of competition for 2017/18
  Reply With Quote
18-02-2017, 22:32   #46
NERVY-OWL
Registered User
 
Joined: Nov 2007
Total Posts: 11,443
For the penalty the ref might of thought our defender was there to cover which he wasn't far off if not. Not sure if he should of gone or not but he should of made a better job of the penalty then they might of come away with a point at least but they didn't. Shame we let ourselves down with their goal but aslong as we get one more than them I'm happy
  Reply With Quote
18-02-2017, 22:39   #47
Squiggs
Registered User
Squiggs's Avatar
 
Joined: Apr 2004
Total Posts: 7,168
Quote:
Originally Posted by Robbie Loving View Post
Clucas of Hull was given a straight red for denying a goalscoring opportunity only last week as just one example.
Not the best example since the same ref in the same game allowed a handball goal and gave a yellow for denying a goalscoring opportunity at the other end!
_______
If your dog is seized do not sign anything without reading and understanding it, if you sign your dog over to the authorities, they can destroy your dog.
You do not have to sign your dog over no matter what you may be told. If your dog has been seized, contact DDA Watch: ddawatch@gmail.com or 0844 844 0802
  Reply With Quote
18-02-2017, 23:24   #48
Robbie Loving
Fat McLovin
Robbie Loving's Avatar
 
Moderator
Joined: Mar 2004
Location: Always assume work
Total Posts: 16,163
Send a message via MSN to Robbie Loving
Quote:
Originally Posted by Squiggs View Post
Not the best example since the same ref in the same game allowed a handball goal and gave a yellow for denying a goalscoring opportunity at the other end!
Well to be fair, by his own admission he did not see Sanchez handball it in to the net.
Again, the Gibbs incident was a debatable one, where if the decision had been red you couldn't complain. But that doesn't mean the yellow card is erroneous.

Anyway been bored tonight and decided to look through a few stats, that's 4 wins in a row now for the Owls and it is a good little run but the next 2 are hard games.
With Norwich's indifferent form, Fulham hardly impressive, that result should seal your play off position.
_______
It's just like watching the Blades :)
  Reply With Quote
18-02-2017, 23:32   #49
jpmorris
Registered User
 
Joined: Apr 2012
Location: Sheffield
Total Posts: 636
Quote:
Originally Posted by Jim Hardie View Post
The laws were changed for this season. Triple jeopardy (penalty, red card and suspension) was considered (rightly) too much.
Correct. I wish folk would keep up.
  Reply With Quote
19-02-2017, 12:14   #50
melthebell
*gets coat*
melthebell's Avatar
 
Joined: Mar 2005
Location: Near whitby, originally from Sheffield
Total Posts: 54,149
Status: Online
Send a message via MSN to melthebell Send a message via Yahoo to melthebell
short highlights
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=43V83LOudXE

extended highlights
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=W6LUP2JE1YE

---------- Post added 19-02-2017 at 12:56 ----------

as for the penalty, just watching the highlights and the commentator said its not a sending off if there was a real attempt at the ball, which there was.
_______
Does your wife know what your up to mel when your in your own little world?
  Reply With Quote
19-02-2017, 12:59   #51
Jim Hardie
Registered User
Jim Hardie's Avatar
 
Joined: Oct 2010
Total Posts: 6,575
Quote:
Originally Posted by melthebell View Post
Thanks Mel.
Pleased for Abdi. Apart from Jamie Ward's effort that clipped the top of the bar and McCormack's shocking penalty, Forest hardly had a look in. Much better performance from Wednesday. Another one to match on Tuesday will set us up nicely for the sterner tests to come.
_______
CONGRATULATIONS WEDNESDAY
Sheffield's top dogs again in 2016/17
(That's just 42 times in my 68 years)

At last a bit of competition for 2017/18
  Reply With Quote
19-02-2017, 13:10   #52
melthebell
*gets coat*
melthebell's Avatar
 
Joined: Mar 2005
Location: Near whitby, originally from Sheffield
Total Posts: 54,149
Status: Online
Send a message via MSN to melthebell Send a message via Yahoo to melthebell
their goal was just like keystone cops with our defenders falling all over lol
_______
Does your wife know what your up to mel when your in your own little world?
  Reply With Quote
19-02-2017, 19:37   #53
Futures Red
Registered User
 
Joined: May 2016
Location: Next Door to you
Total Posts: 1,139
Any truth in this... The headline?

http://m.nottinghampost.com/referees...ail/story.html

Last edited by Futures Red; 19-02-2017 at 19:43.
  Reply With Quote
19-02-2017, 19:44   #54
melthebell
*gets coat*
melthebell's Avatar
 
Joined: Mar 2005
Location: Near whitby, originally from Sheffield
Total Posts: 54,149
Status: Online
Send a message via MSN to melthebell Send a message via Yahoo to melthebell
Quote:
Originally Posted by Futures Red View Post
hahahaha sour grapes much
_______
Does your wife know what your up to mel when your in your own little world?
  Reply With Quote
Reply To Topic

Thread Tools Search this Thread
Search this Thread:

Advanced Search



All times are GMT +1. The time now is 20:30.
POSTS ON THIS FORUM ARE NOT ACTIVELY MONITORED
Click "Report Post" under any post which may breach our terms of use.
©2002-2017 Sheffield Forum | Powered by vBulletin ©2017

Nimbus Server