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So go on - that ref yesterday 15:28 - Feb 18 with 1421 viewsdavman

Stopping the game for injuries, not head injuries, just injuries.

Bell went down clearly having done his hamstring and sat down. Play carried on until the ref stopped play about 15 seconds later. No head injury, just a routine hamstring tweak, but apparently that warranted a stop in play. Then, to compound his ineptitude, the ref. allowed Bristol City players to stand five yards in front of Steve Cook for an "uncontested" drop ball and then, er, well, challenge him leading to a hoof down the line conceding possession.
If he hadn't stopped play, we were away down the left.

Then someone else went down (again NOT a head injury) when the Bristol City left back had possession with his back to goal surrounded by two Rangers Players and the ref whistled again restarting the game with a free uncontested (properly this time) drop ball ten yards in and ten yards further forward from where Bristol City had possession, this time pressure free.

On the second of these, the payer was not asked to leave the pitch and they just carried on with possession. Both gave Brizzle a significant advantage from where the ball was when he unnecessary whistled.

Anderson went down with an injury just before going off. No whistle. We had to kick the ball out ourselves.

Consistency is all we ask for. Every week win lose or draw we never get that; they remain a disgrace to their "profession"...

(I miss Pinner reacting to my consistent criticism of referees - Paul, are you out there???!!!)

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So go on - that ref yesterday on 15:43 - Feb 18 with 1333 viewsloftupper

I thought Rangers kicked the ball into touch on the first, but my memory is not the best :)

Bell going off certainly gave Dunne an easier afternoon, hope the lad’s ok though.
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So go on - that ref yesterday on 16:46 - Feb 18 with 1170 viewsfournil

I thought the first one was really odd as well. Bell pulls up with an obvious hamstring pull, Andersen is away and down the line and the ref stops it - why? Would genuinely like to know.
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So go on - that ref yesterday on 16:58 - Feb 18 with 1124 viewsWestonsuperR

So go on - that ref yesterday on 16:46 - Feb 18 by fournil

I thought the first one was really odd as well. Bell pulls up with an obvious hamstring pull, Andersen is away and down the line and the ref stops it - why? Would genuinely like to know.


I was amazed there was only 4mins added on second half (no complaints though). Plenty of stoppages, subs and a bit of time-wasting, was expecting 7 or 8 mins.
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So go on - that ref yesterday on 17:17 - Feb 18 with 1070 viewswokingpaul

So go on - that ref yesterday on 16:58 - Feb 18 by WestonsuperR

I was amazed there was only 4mins added on second half (no complaints though). Plenty of stoppages, subs and a bit of time-wasting, was expecting 7 or 8 mins.


Fully expected at least 6 or 7 mins injury time. I don’t think we were that bad time wasting but surely with all these subs and Field going down injured requiring the trainer on, it should have been much more than 4. Very happy it wasn’t!
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So go on - that ref yesterday (n/t) on 17:35 - Feb 18 with 981 viewsLongsufferingR

So go on - that ref yesterday on 17:17 - Feb 18 by wokingpaul

Fully expected at least 6 or 7 mins injury time. I don’t think we were that bad time wasting but surely with all these subs and Field going down injured requiring the trainer on, it should have been much more than 4. Very happy it wasn’t!


Indeed. Together with that little bit of extra added time at Hudds!
[Post edited 18 Feb 17:36]
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So go on - that ref yesterday on 17:39 - Feb 18 with 949 viewsStanisgod

Just another inconsistent ref really, standard stuff.
He clearly had no clue what the drop ball rule was, or what to stop play for. They need to be miked as in rugby so we have an idea why they make certain decisions, we may not agree, but at least we will know why.

It's being so happy that keeps me going.

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So go on - that ref yesterday on 17:51 - Feb 18 with 898 viewsHantsR

Another thing that Brizzle exploited, was being awarded a throw-in near the corner flag, but actually taking the throw nearer to the halfway line!
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So go on - that ref yesterday on 18:01 - Feb 18 with 832 viewsHarbour

Was thinking the same I miss Paul’s insightful knowledgeable input from a refs perspective.
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So go on - that ref yesterday on 18:04 - Feb 18 with 799 viewspaulhoop2

I will third that about Paul he’s been missing for a while is anyone in contact with him ?

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So go on - that ref yesterday on 18:49 - Feb 18 with 653 viewsCLAREMAN1995

So go on - that ref yesterday on 17:51 - Feb 18 by HantsR

Another thing that Brizzle exploited, was being awarded a throw-in near the corner flag, but actually taking the throw nearer to the halfway line!


Andy Sinton loves that he was fuming when Stoke ran 20 yards down the line then launched multiple long thows on us Wednesday night and it continued yesterday .
I do recall the ref making a QPR player walk back to the spot though.
I guess all we can hope is that the refs get the big calls right from now on
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