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Neddy

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When you attend a football match you are biased to your own team it is natural, However i have to say that Holloways tackle deserved a red card, He went over the top and could have finished the guys career. That said once again we had a crap referee.
 
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could you explain that a bit further please
career threatening i think of kearney, watson, hopkin, nolan
ott i think of a rugby tackle
i had a good view and it was light, he may only have caught his foot lightly not even ankle
he (the other player) was back up
but the ref had no heart

all i would ask is if that ref had a second chance to think for a few seconds
before 'taking a glad song and making or trying to make it bad


the gimmer even celebrated with the southend players
 

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the windass/goalie incident was more of an incident...

ruined his career?...he soon got up and ferking ran for that stray ball that was going out

no way was that a straight red!
 
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king billy said:
I'll re-quote that then - at least we WON'T see Holloway for 3 games....
It might be worse!

I think CT will play Lee Crooks at right back in Holloways place.

CT seems reluctant to give young Swifty a decent run in the team.
 
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