Evidence suggests the whole ball wasn't over!

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Re: Evidence suggests the whole ball wasn't over!

Postby dunkdafunk » Mon Jun 28, 2010 6:53 am

why can there just be a siren which sounds when the whole of the ball crosses the line?
This would save the problem of interrupting the game.

Might be annoying during warm up, or the odd time when someone is offside and still shoots.
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Re: Evidence suggests the whole ball wasn't over!

Postby Briggsy » Mon Jun 28, 2010 7:16 am

dunkdafunk wrote:why can there just be a siren which sounds when the whole of the ball crosses the line?
This would save the problem of interrupting the game.

Might be annoying during warm up, or the odd time when someone is offside and still shoots.

this is used in hockey but I see faults with that what happens if a player crosses the line?
then your going to say put a microchip in the ball, the ball gets kicked and the micro chip will get damaged
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Re: Evidence suggests the whole ball wasn't over!

Postby Q8 Gooner » Mon Jun 28, 2010 7:56 am

mmm.. It took ze Germans 44 years to even things out.. So WC 2030 England will knock Argentina out of the world cup with a "hand of god" goal..!!
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Re: Evidence suggests the whole ball wasn't over!

Postby Yorkyblue » Mon Jun 28, 2010 8:00 am

Might as well compare the goals. Both were clearly over the line too. ;)
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Re: Evidence suggests the whole ball wasn't over!

Postby Yorkyblue » Mon Jun 28, 2010 8:01 am

Briggsy wrote:
dunkdafunk wrote:why can there just be a siren which sounds when the whole of the ball crosses the line?
This would save the problem of interrupting the game.

Might be annoying during warm up, or the odd time when someone is offside and still shoots.

this is used in hockey but I see faults with that what happens if a player crosses the line?
then your going to say put a microchip in the ball, the ball gets kicked and the micro chip will get damaged


I thought they were going to use extra linesmen this WC to stand behind the goal or there abouts? I'm sure they trialled it somewhere recently.
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Re: Evidence suggests the whole ball wasn't over!

Postby Q8 Gooner » Mon Jun 28, 2010 8:06 am

Yorkyblue wrote:Might as well compare the goals. Both were clearly over the line too. ;)

yep.. I think they both were..
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Re: Evidence suggests the whole ball wasn't over!

Postby gooneritis » Mon Jun 28, 2010 9:06 am

lol at the sweaties, paddys and other bitter fans harping on about "justice" for 66' LOL.

it's not even that similar, england went on to score again against german in 66' and replays and modern technology suggests it probably did cross the line anyway so how can it be 'justice'? even if the 66' goal was disallowed we still scored again, germany didn't, it wasn't as though the krouts had had a goal disallowed to prevent them equalising thus changing the course of the game just as it did last night.

for the record i think we'd still have gotten beat yesterday and i refuse to defend a terrible team who were outclassed but...justice for 66'? lol what a load of bitter wankness.
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Re: Evidence suggests the whole ball wasn't over!

Postby gooneritis » Mon Jun 28, 2010 9:07 am

dunkdafunk wrote:why can there just be a siren which sounds when the whole of the ball crosses the line?
This would save the problem of interrupting the game.

Might be annoying during warm up, or the odd time when someone is offside and still shoots.


i don't think a tennis style siren would work at all.
it's far easier to simply have a 4th official watching the replay and within 30 seconds can indicate the correct decision via microphone.
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Re: Evidence suggests the whole ball wasn't over!

Postby Fabrestuta » Mon Jun 28, 2010 12:24 pm

gooneritis wrote:lol at the sweaties, paddys and other bitter fans harping on about "justice" for 66' LOL.

it's not even that similar, england went on to score again against german in 66' and replays and modern technology suggests it probably did cross the line anyway so how can it be 'justice'? even if the 66' goal was disallowed we still scored again, germany didn't, it wasn't as though the krouts had had a goal disallowed to prevent them equalising thus changing the course of the game just as it did last night.

for the record i think we'd still have gotten beat yesterday and i refuse to defend a terrible team who were outclassed but...justice for 66'? lol what a load of bitter wankness.


Do you have an on/off switch?

Is there anything that doesn't get you going? I am not the slightest bit bitter, its called banter. If it was Ireland, Scotland or Wales you'd likely be taking part in the slagging.

Take a chill pill, get a cup of coffee count to 10 and stop being a t**t.
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Re: Evidence suggests the whole ball wasn't over!

Postby Briggsy » Mon Jun 28, 2010 12:30 pm

its true its Karma end of its like Ireland got knocked out because of a injustice of a bad refereeing decision much the same way as Ireland scored a the most dubious penalty against georgia
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Re: Evidence suggests the whole ball wasn't over!

Postby Fabrestuta » Mon Jun 28, 2010 12:35 pm

Briggsy wrote:its true its Karma end of its like Ireland got knocked out because of a injustice of a bad refereeing decision much the same way as Ireland scored a the most dubious penalty against georgia


True we did get a very dodgy penalty so maybe it was karma with the hand ball, and again maybe it was karma that France went to the WC and were a laughing stock.

Shit happens. I am quite sure the Germans will say it was karma that Fat Franks goal wasn't given. Unfortunately Sepp Blathering idiot probably doesn't give a damn and it still wont sway his decision not to implement some type of goal line technology.
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Re: Evidence suggests the whole ball wasn't over!

Postby Briggsy » Mon Jun 28, 2010 12:39 pm

I think it is time to call in the video evidence why its squits lol
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Re: Evidence suggests the whole ball wasn't over!

Postby freddybhoy » Mon Jun 28, 2010 9:11 pm

gooneritis wrote:lol at the sweaties, paddys and other bitter fans harping on about "justice" for 66' LOL.

it's not even that similar, england went on to score again against german in 66' and replays and modern technology suggests it probably did cross the line anyway so how can it be 'justice'? even if the 66' goal was disallowed we still scored again, germany didn't, it wasn't as though the krouts had had a goal disallowed to prevent them equalising thus changing the course of the game just as it did last night.

for the record i think we'd still have gotten beat yesterday and i refuse to defend a terrible team who were outclassed but...justice for 66'? lol what a load of bitter wankness.
Take the lemon out your arse mate! It's a wind up. Nothing more, nothing less. As for us "sweaties" being "bitter", read your post back again and tell me who's bitter? We've known since time began that we'll amount to very little in the grand scheme of all things football, bar the occassional brush with glory. However, we had our "delusions of grandeur" moment in Argentina in 1978 :crybaby: , much to everyone's amusement south of Hadrians :rofll: . England fall into that trap every four years, much to OUR amusement. It's called sporting rivalry and we'll carry on giving as good as we get! You'll no doubt get plenty more opportunities to laugh at our expense. And what's more, I'll be here to face the music! :)
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Re: Evidence suggests the whole ball wasn't over!

Postby Popey » Mon Jun 28, 2010 9:23 pm

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Re: Evidence suggests the whole ball wasn't over!

Postby Fabrestuta » Tue Jun 29, 2010 12:37 am

freddybhoy wrote:
gooneritis wrote:lol at the sweaties, paddys and other bitter fans harping on about "justice" for 66' LOL.

it's not even that similar, england went on to score again against german in 66' and replays and modern technology suggests it probably did cross the line anyway so how can it be 'justice'? even if the 66' goal was disallowed we still scored again, germany didn't, it wasn't as though the krouts had had a goal disallowed to prevent them equalising thus changing the course of the game just as it did last night.

for the record i think we'd still have gotten beat yesterday and i refuse to defend a terrible team who were outclassed but...justice for 66'? lol what a load of bitter wankness.
Take the lemon out your arse mate! It's a wind up. Nothing more, nothing less. As for us "sweaties" being "bitter", read your post back again and tell me who's bitter? We've known since time began that we'll amount to very little in the grand scheme of all things football, bar the occassional brush with glory. However, we had our "delusions of grandeur" moment in Argentina in 1978 :crybaby: , much to everyone's amusement south of Hadrians :rofll: . England fall into that trap every four years, much to OUR amusement. It's called sporting rivalry and we'll carry on giving as good as we get! You'll no doubt get plenty more opportunities to laugh at our expense. And what's more, I'll be here to face the music! :)


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