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Germany's "Decisive" goal was a load of Bollocks

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I guess referees are much more leniant nowadays to allow a blatant push off to score the goal. What a terribly called Euro Cup this has been.

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Re: Germany's "Decisive" goal was a load of Bollocks

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I guess referees are much more leniant nowadays to allow a blatant push off to score the goal. What a terribly called Euro Cup this has been.

Is some one made because their teams was knocted out? That wasn't a strong push anyways, weak portugal defenders. 

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Al2x wrote:
I guess referees are much more leniant nowadays to allow a blatant push off to score the goal. What a terribly called Euro Cup this has been.

Is some one made because their teams was knocted out? That wasn't a strong push anyways, weak portugal defenders. 


whether it was a strong push or not it was a push and should have been a freekick and if scolari could of seen it how couldn't the linesman or the referee.

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Re: Germany's "Decisive" goal was a load of Bollocks

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The5DollarBill wrote:

Al2x wrote:
I guess referees are much more leniant nowadays to allow a blatant push off to score the goal. What a terribly called Euro Cup this has been.

Is some one made because their teams was knocted out? That wasn't a strong push anyways, weak portugal defenders. 


whether it was a strong push or not it was a push and should have been a freekick and if scolari could of seen it how couldn't the linesman or the referee.


To me it did not look like a push. Ballack had his arms extended throught his run. 

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Re: Germany's "Decisive" goal was a load of Bollocks

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Why does this surprise anyone? Have you seen the decisions that refs have gotten away with?

 

  • van Nistlerooy's goal against Italy
  • The handball in France vs Holland
  • Toni's goal ruled offsides
  • Ballack's push 

I think it's fair to say that the refs have been horrible. It's pretty sad when the day after every match, Uefa has to pull out rule 11.2.321131423.10 to prove a decision was correct
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Re: Germany's "Decisive" goal was a load of Bollocks

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The5DollarBill wrote:

warrior4449 wrote:

The5DollarBill wrote:

Al2x wrote:
I guess referees are much more leniant nowadays to allow a blatant push off to score the goal. What a terribly called Euro Cup this has been.

Is some one made because their teams was knocted out? That wasn't a strong push anyways, weak portugal defenders. 


whether it was a strong push or not it was a push and should have been a freekick and if scolari could of seen it how couldn't the linesman or the referee.


To me it did not look like a push. Ballack had his arms extended throught his run. 


oh really. look at the replays, he was running with ferreira when the ball came in ballack pushed him in the back. that's supposed to be a freekick but once again the calls in euro fail to be consistent.

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Why does this surprise anyone? Have you seen the decisions that refs have gotten away with?

 

  • van Nistlerooy's goal against Italy
  • The handball in France vs Holland
  • Toni's goal ruled offsides
  • Ballack's push 

I think it's fair to say that the refs have been horrible. It's pretty sad when the day after every match, Uefa has to pull out rule 11.2.321131423.10 to prove a decision was correct

i agree. in this match simao was tackled poorly but portugal didn't get a freekick and the german defender didn't recieve a card. klose ended up in a clash with pepe almost similar to that of simao's and germany gets a freekick, pepe gets a yellow card, ballack subsequently pushes ferreria when the ball is delivered from said freekick and germany score. a sad chain of events.

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