Ref Watch 7/3/2020 Shrewsbury Town V OUFC L1 Seb Stockbridge

How did todays referee fare

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Sarge

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Liked to give cards out... but at times inconsistent with decisions, and what 'fouls' he gave cards to some, and not to others for
didnt do much to stop shrews time wasting , (thankfully, in the end) didnt add much time on to compensate
'missed/ ignored (or didnt see ?- isnt thats what assistant referees are there to assist with?) what looked an absolutely stonewall pen on Holland 1st half

4/10 from me
 

foghorn

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Well after the shocking display of fouling, gamesmanship and time-wasting they put on at our place, I can't help feeling that a) they don't like a ref who stops them doing it and b) it is very difficult to have any sympathy with them at all.
Agreed, it seems like the karma police have done their job in this case. Nevertheless, from the tv pictures it looks a poor decision for the sending off.
 

Essexyellows

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Middle of the road 5, the sending of was a tad harsh unless he said something post incident.
A Shrews supporting mate of mine was sat a couple of rows back from the dug outs and could hear KR laughing at it.
 

Manorlounger

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I've posted on Fans view that I saw the sending off as a result of continued dissent and advice from the assistant ref. Add in that the players feigning an injury, then springing to his feet may well have influenced the decision to card. A yellow card for dissent and the feigning added to the nature of the perceived foul would, could have been enough to sway the ref.
Rob Dickie could well have been carded but kept his mouth shut and accepted a verbal warning. There is a time a place for protesting, the Shrews player got it wrong.
 
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