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Nordfelt 03:47 - Nov 4 with 2359 viewsangryjack

Is the biggest sh#thouse of a goalkeeper I have ever seen he's afraid of getting hurt should have come and taken the centre half and centre forward with him while collecting the ball hesitated because afraid of getting hurt...never ever comes for crosses can't be giving no confidence to our centre halves ...I hope our analysts team pick up on it as every man and his dog has seen how terrible he is cost us against Ipswich and today unforgivable for a keeper it's bread and butter
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Nordfelt on 11:45 - Nov 4 with 1830 viewsAguycalledJack

I watched the highlights today. Should have defo come for the ball and not let it bounce for the first goal.
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Nordfelt on 13:06 - Nov 4 with 1755 viewswestside

Why did Fer turn his back on the cross inside of trying to stop it. Another sh1thouse.
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Nordfelt on 20:08 - Nov 4 with 1567 viewsangryjack

Nordfelt on 13:06 - Nov 4 by westside

Why did Fer turn his back on the cross inside of trying to stop it. Another sh1thouse.


Fer is far from a sh@thouse
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Nordfelt on 20:42 - Nov 4 with 1491 viewskarnataka

Nordfelt on 13:06 - Nov 4 by westside

Why did Fer turn his back on the cross inside of trying to stop it. Another sh1thouse.


I don't think he did turn his back, did he? I thought it was just a reflex action of putting his arms up to stop a mis-hit thunderbolt of a shot from 5 yards away from completely rearranging his face. It's often said about players having their hands in an unnatural position but I don't think there's anything unnatural about a self-preservation reflex action. As it was, it still knocked him off his feet and even their manager said they were extremely lucky to get that decision.
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Nordfelt on 20:48 - Nov 4 with 1481 viewsFireboy2

Never a penalty,at the game we thought it was an outstretched arm but after watching it on quest i couldnt believe it

His hands were in front of his face ffs whats he supposed to do let the ball smaah him and ruin his good looks,if he had his arm away from his body fair enough but in front of his fvck right off

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Nordfelt on 20:54 - Nov 4 with 1467 viewskarnataka

Nordfelt on 20:48 - Nov 4 by Fireboy2

Never a penalty,at the game we thought it was an outstretched arm but after watching it on quest i couldnt believe it

His hands were in front of his face ffs whats he supposed to do let the ball smaah him and ruin his good looks,if he had his arm away from his body fair enough but in front of his fvck right off


I've watched it 2 or 3 times and I don't think any of their players actually appealed or if they did it was very half-hearted and more in hope than expectation like players of both sides hopefully appeal every time a ball goes out for a throw.
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Nordfelt on 01:30 - Nov 5 with 1390 viewsWanderer

the ball comes down in his six yard area, and he steps back? WTF
goalkeeping 101
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Nordfelt on 11:41 - Nov 5 with 1243 viewsdcd14

Potter said the striker was offside? Not sure myself not seen it since the live coverage.

Whilst it doesn't excuse Nordfeldt, it would be nice if a linesman could get a decision right for us on the road, especially after Joe Allen at Stoke.

I also felt it was a soft pen, the other end their GK would be getting a freekick.
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Nordfelt on 11:55 - Nov 5 with 1231 viewsScottishEddie

Nordfelt on 20:48 - Nov 4 by Fireboy2

Never a penalty,at the game we thought it was an outstretched arm but after watching it on quest i couldnt believe it

His hands were in front of his face ffs whats he supposed to do let the ball smaah him and ruin his good looks,if he had his arm away from his body fair enough but in front of his fvck right off


Did you go to the game?

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Nordfelt on 14:27 - Nov 5 with 1108 views_

Nordfelt on 01:30 - Nov 5 by Wanderer

the ball comes down in his six yard area, and he steps back? WTF
goalkeeping 101


No it didn't, it bounced just outside so if that's where it's actually bouncing considering it came down from the God's means he had little chance to come out from where he was.

Could he have done better, yeah, possibly, but it was a very difficult cross to know what's best to do. You see keepers come so often and get nowhere near it, there was two in the Arsenal, Liverpool game, and the rule is, if you come you need to make sure you get it.

There was no way of guaranteeing getting that looping, high ball from the God's.

And all that happened after was a coming together. There was so very little in that decision and let's face it 9 times out of ten they go the other way.

Ref had other ideas.

You're all out of time....the past was yours but the future's mine.
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Nordfelt on 14:58 - Nov 5 with 1064 viewsswan65split

Nordfelt on 14:27 - Nov 5 by _

No it didn't, it bounced just outside so if that's where it's actually bouncing considering it came down from the God's means he had little chance to come out from where he was.

Could he have done better, yeah, possibly, but it was a very difficult cross to know what's best to do. You see keepers come so often and get nowhere near it, there was two in the Arsenal, Liverpool game, and the rule is, if you come you need to make sure you get it.

There was no way of guaranteeing getting that looping, high ball from the God's.

And all that happened after was a coming together. There was so very little in that decision and let's face it 9 times out of ten they go the other way.

Ref had other ideas.


Being an ex keeper........he fooked up.....thats in my Day

But Modern day pansy stuff.......1.12sec......both in the air , kick usually given against attacker for challenging the keeper...ask Nev whose too blame.

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Nordfelt on 16:01 - Nov 5 with 1018 viewsLeonWasGod

Nordfelt on 20:48 - Nov 4 by Fireboy2

Never a penalty,at the game we thought it was an outstretched arm but after watching it on quest i couldnt believe it

His hands were in front of his face ffs whats he supposed to do let the ball smaah him and ruin his good looks,if he had his arm away from his body fair enough but in front of his fvck right off


I thought it was very harsh in the context of the modern rules about intent, hand-to-ball all that guff. He clearly didn't intend to deliberately block the shot with his arm.

No arguments about the clusterfeck that was the first one though. Such a soft and stupid one to give away
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Nordfelt on 16:25 - Nov 5 with 996 viewsLeonWasGod

Nordfelt on 11:45 - Nov 4 by AguycalledJack

I watched the highlights today. Should have defo come for the ball and not let it bounce for the first goal.


Steady on, do you have any idea of what you're asking? Leaving his line could result in long term psychological scarring. That line's his 'safe space'.
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Nordfelt on 16:28 - Nov 5 with 992 viewskrunchykarrot

Nordfelt on 20:48 - Nov 4 by Fireboy2

Never a penalty,at the game we thought it was an outstretched arm but after watching it on quest i couldnt believe it

His hands were in front of his face ffs whats he supposed to do let the ball smaah him and ruin his good looks,if he had his arm away from his body fair enough but in front of his fvck right off


Definately a penalty brought his hands up to his face to protect himself WTF, at least try and get your head on it or take the hit.
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Nordfelt on 16:43 - Nov 5 with 974 viewsLeonWasGod

Nordfelt on 14:58 - Nov 5 by swan65split

Being an ex keeper........he fooked up.....thats in my Day

But Modern day pansy stuff.......1.12sec......both in the air , kick usually given against attacker for challenging the keeper...ask Nev whose too blame.



It's that hesitation and letting it bounce. On his 6 yard box!
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Nordfelt on 17:04 - Nov 5 with 940 viewsFireboy2

Nordfelt on 16:43 - Nov 5 by LeonWasGod

It's that hesitation and letting it bounce. On his 6 yard box!


Just watched it again several times and you are right leon

Hesitation,his ball all day long

I hate to say it again but that moment changed the game but hey ho its over with now,just hope that we have learnt from it

And by saying that i mean mulder should be starting keeper on saturday

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Nordfelt on 17:12 - Nov 5 with 928 viewsBadlands

Nordfelt on 14:27 - Nov 5 by _

No it didn't, it bounced just outside so if that's where it's actually bouncing considering it came down from the God's means he had little chance to come out from where he was.

Could he have done better, yeah, possibly, but it was a very difficult cross to know what's best to do. You see keepers come so often and get nowhere near it, there was two in the Arsenal, Liverpool game, and the rule is, if you come you need to make sure you get it.

There was no way of guaranteeing getting that looping, high ball from the God's.

And all that happened after was a coming together. There was so very little in that decision and let's face it 9 times out of ten they go the other way.

Ref had other ideas.


He should have taken it as it came down
As he let it bounce
He should have taken it either on the way up or on the way back down ... it was is ball and he fluffed it.
Have missed three opportunities to catch the ball he should than have got between the ball and the attacker - so close the chances are he'd have blocked any attempt on goal.
Savvy 'keepers would have bumped into the attacker and fallen over for a free kick.

What he shouldn't have done was wrap his arm around the attackers back and drag him over.

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Nordfelt on 18:51 - Nov 5 with 875 viewsBrynmill_Jack

Nordfelt on 14:58 - Nov 5 by swan65split

Being an ex keeper........he fooked up.....thats in my Day

But Modern day pansy stuff.......1.12sec......both in the air , kick usually given against attacker for challenging the keeper...ask Nev whose too blame.



Nice to see the ref on the spot for the first penalty. He was roughly half a mile away

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Nordfelt on 19:05 - Nov 5 with 855 views_

Nordfelt on 17:12 - Nov 5 by Badlands

He should have taken it as it came down
As he let it bounce
He should have taken it either on the way up or on the way back down ... it was is ball and he fluffed it.
Have missed three opportunities to catch the ball he should than have got between the ball and the attacker - so close the chances are he'd have blocked any attempt on goal.
Savvy 'keepers would have bumped into the attacker and fallen over for a free kick.

What he shouldn't have done was wrap his arm around the attackers back and drag him over.


Disagree but would love a professional goalkeepers analysis to say whether I'm right or wrong

That wasn't a typical cross, like a free kick or corner coming in at the 'usual' trajectory, it was miskicked I'm guessing so went high and up quickly and it was a difficult cross to judge. It came down from the god's.

I'm not saying he couldn't have dealt with it differently or even better but it was far from the easy ball to collect most are trying to make out.

And I don't think he did much wrong with the actual infringement. Like I said, 99 times out of a hundred the ref let's play go on or gives it to the keeper.

Let's not slaughter our keeper and make him a nervous facking wreck is it because he's clearly Potters 1st choice.

I just don't get our fans, I can't facking fathom them out for love nor money.

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Nordfelt on 19:30 - Nov 5 with 829 viewsBadlands

Nordfelt on 19:05 - Nov 5 by _

Disagree but would love a professional goalkeepers analysis to say whether I'm right or wrong

That wasn't a typical cross, like a free kick or corner coming in at the 'usual' trajectory, it was miskicked I'm guessing so went high and up quickly and it was a difficult cross to judge. It came down from the god's.

I'm not saying he couldn't have dealt with it differently or even better but it was far from the easy ball to collect most are trying to make out.

And I don't think he did much wrong with the actual infringement. Like I said, 99 times out of a hundred the ref let's play go on or gives it to the keeper.

Let's not slaughter our keeper and make him a nervous facking wreck is it because he's clearly Potters 1st choice.

I just don't get our fans, I can't facking fathom them out for love nor money.


As someone who played as a goalkeeper at a fairly high level - I stand by my comments.
If he had been a rookie or parks player subbing in goal I concede your points .. but he isn't.
He had chances to collect the ball a got near it, he and the attacker were falling away from the ball with Naughton, Van Der Horn and even Rodon well placed to clear. Nordfelt could also have been in a position to block anything the attacker got on the ball.
Nordfelt pulled the player down by the neck! A referee not giving the penalty would have been rightly hammered.
Nordfeldt has always given me the heebie-jeebies and we always look vulnerable when he's between the posts.
Believe me, Nordfeldt doesn't read these comments but maybe he should.
If you can't understand why fans are spitting feathers over Nordfelt then there is nothing more to say.

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Nordfelt on 20:00 - Nov 5 with 798 viewsLeonWasGod

Nordfelt on 19:30 - Nov 5 by Badlands

As someone who played as a goalkeeper at a fairly high level - I stand by my comments.
If he had been a rookie or parks player subbing in goal I concede your points .. but he isn't.
He had chances to collect the ball a got near it, he and the attacker were falling away from the ball with Naughton, Van Der Horn and even Rodon well placed to clear. Nordfelt could also have been in a position to block anything the attacker got on the ball.
Nordfelt pulled the player down by the neck! A referee not giving the penalty would have been rightly hammered.
Nordfeldt has always given me the heebie-jeebies and we always look vulnerable when he's between the posts.
Believe me, Nordfeldt doesn't read these comments but maybe he should.
If you can't understand why fans are spitting feathers over Nordfelt then there is nothing more to say.


Quite. I’ve got more time to still do my Christmas shopping than he had to deal with that fairly standard deep cross.

I don’t like it when everyone jumps on his back though, not sure it helps anyone.
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Nordfelt on 20:10 - Nov 5 with 782 viewstheloneranger

Concerning the 2nd Penalty ...

LAW 12


HANDLING THE BALL

Handling the ball involves a deliberate act of a player making contact with the ball with the hand or arm.

The following must be considered:

* the movement of the hand towards the ball (not the ball towards the hand)

* the distance between the opponent and the ball (unexpected ball)

* the position of the hand does not necessarily mean that there is an offence


So Fer"s crossed arms across his face ...as signalled by the ref ... Was not a deliberate act of making contact with the ball, and he did not move his arms towards the ball ... It was ball to arms!!


No Penalty
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(No subject) (n/t) on 20:12 - Nov 5 with 777 viewsFireboy2


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Nordfelt on 20:34 - Nov 5 with 756 viewsLeonWasGod

Nordfelt on 20:10 - Nov 5 by theloneranger

Concerning the 2nd Penalty ...

LAW 12


HANDLING THE BALL

Handling the ball involves a deliberate act of a player making contact with the ball with the hand or arm.

The following must be considered:

* the movement of the hand towards the ball (not the ball towards the hand)

* the distance between the opponent and the ball (unexpected ball)

* the position of the hand does not necessarily mean that there is an offence


So Fer"s crossed arms across his face ...as signalled by the ref ... Was not a deliberate act of making contact with the ball, and he did not move his arms towards the ball ... It was ball to arms!!


No Penalty


Always nice to see a reminder of the rules, as people still seem to talk about any contact as an immediate pen. The problem is that it's still open to interpretation. Was it a deliberate attempt to stop the ball? I don't think it was; I think it was an instinctive attempt to save his face.

So yep, for me it was harsh.
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Nordfelt on 20:42 - Nov 5 with 744 viewsswan65split

Nordfelt on 20:10 - Nov 5 by theloneranger

Concerning the 2nd Penalty ...

LAW 12


HANDLING THE BALL

Handling the ball involves a deliberate act of a player making contact with the ball with the hand or arm.

The following must be considered:

* the movement of the hand towards the ball (not the ball towards the hand)

* the distance between the opponent and the ball (unexpected ball)

* the position of the hand does not necessarily mean that there is an offence


So Fer"s crossed arms across his face ...as signalled by the ref ... Was not a deliberate act of making contact with the ball, and he did not move his arms towards the ball ... It was ball to arms!!


No Penalty


Think the shot was going wide, and dont think any Rotherham players appealed,
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