Ref Watch 29/2/2020 OUFC VSouthend utd L1 Lee Swabey

How did todays referee fare

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Sarge

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At times inconsistent with decisions given /not given eg Gorrin booked 2nd half for a crunching hard tackle, yet for the assault on Skyes in the first half no card... 'missed or ignored a lot too eg blatant 'punch in the face' to Browne in the first half
Petty at times and at other times oblivious
Shant comment until the benifit of seeing a replay of two possible penalty shouts 2nd half- he & his assitant were both better placed than me

Far from the worst official weve had in L1 ....5/10 from me
 

Gary Baldi

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Frustrating to watch. Had some good moments but just a little inconsistent at times. Not the worst, nowhere near the best
 

Didcotox

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I thought he had a good game. Was fair to both sides. I thought the oufc players conned him a few times to be honest, Browne in particular.
One of the better ones.
 

Marked Ox

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Still can’t understand his decision to penalise Agyei for getting to the ball before their keeper. Agyei clearly gets to the ball without touching the keeper then gets clattered. It should have been a penalty.

Agree that Agyei got there first but for me it wasn't a foul either way, just a collision with milliseconds in it to who got there first.
 

ZeroTheHero

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He was neither the best nor worst that we have had. He was another pretty immobile one though, making many decisions from the middle of the pitch. The usual inconsistencies of course. One thing we noticed: he was measuring the ten yards out from a free kick, which was wide, outside the penalty area. He sprayed the line parallel with the front of the penalty area. As a result, one end of the line was about 7 yards from the ball, the other about 12! Very odd...
 

lerekdilley

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Agree that Agyei got there first but for me it wasn't a foul either way, just a collision with milliseconds in it to who got there first.

If a player gets to the ball first then gets crashed into it’s a foul anywhere else on the pitch. Eastwood got away with a similar one a few games back (can’t remember the game)

Goalkeepers tend to get the call in those situations but it was a foul. If he had knocked it past him with his foot then gets clattered it has to be given so why not the same with his head?
 

Marked Ox

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If a player gets to the ball first then gets crashed into it’s a foul anywhere else on the pitch. Eastwood got away with a similar one a few games back (can’t remember the game)

Goalkeepers tend to get the call in those situations but it was a foul. If he had knocked it past him with his foot then gets clattered it has to be given so why not the same with his head?

It consistently isn't given as a foul across many divisions in many leagues across the globe each weekend. If the keeper is clearly late, he wasn't as it was milliseconds then it sometimes is given but as said this wasn't clearly late.
 
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