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Re: Red Birds v Red Train

Reply #30
I assume, seeing as Sharp is on the bench again, that we have pretty much made our mind up on him now
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Reply #31
Cox hasn't even made the bench. Tudgay has though.
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Reply #32
f*cking Bolton winning already.
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Reply #33

Cox hasn't even made the bench. Tudgay has though.


Booked today would mean a two match ban, booked in any subsequent game, no ban. Which is a farce, it should be on a rolling basis (5 bookings in three months = 1 match; 10 in six = 2, or similar).

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Reply #34
Playing in blue & white while Cardiff are in red is confusing me.

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Reply #35
The ones in yellow appear to be playing for Cardiff so far as well.

Forest a little bit hooftastical.
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Reply #36
Do you really get a free kick for running into someone?
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Reply #37
Radio commentary behind the dodgy feed.

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Reply #38

Do you really get a free kick for running into someone?


You do when Craig Bellamy's refereeing the game, as he has spent the first twenty minutes attempting to do.
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Reply #39
Why are we attempting to score from 35 yards?
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Reply #40
Surely that was a penalty on Henderson a few minutes ago. The commentator said something like "good strong challenge" but he got nowhere near the ball.

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Reply #41
Cock. Terrible defending.

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Reply #42
Poor goal to give away.

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Reply #43
f*cking c*nts.
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Reply #44

Surely that was a penalty on Henderson a few minutes ago. The commentator said something like "good strong challenge" but he got nowhere near the ball.


Yes he did, he put his foot between Henderson's legs and played the ball. It was a good tackle.

Unlike Halford's stupid obstruction that led to that goal.
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