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 Celtic highlights
Topic Originator: brian  
Date:   Sun 18 Aug 11:04

https://dafc.co.uk/fixture.php?SID=First%20Team&D=2019-08-17&ID=1252

Stevie Crawford and Tome beadling now up

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 Re: Celtic highlights
Topic Originator: AlfonzoBonzo  
Date:   Sun 18 Aug 11:06

Good highlights. Had a couple of chances

Show us yer....
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 Re: Celtic highlights
Topic Originator: eastendalloapar  
Date:   Sun 18 Aug 11:58

Kicking someone in the head is surely a penalty.

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 Re: Celtic highlights
Topic Originator: DAFC2015  
Date:   Sun 18 Aug 12:00

At the very least an indirect free kick for high feet if there was no contact
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 Re: Celtic highlights
Topic Originator: veteraneastender  
Date:   Sun 18 Aug 12:21

Nice work Brian.
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 Re: Celtic highlights
Topic Originator: wee eck  
Date:   Sun 18 Aug 12:30

Ryan did brilliantly to carry that ball forward and lay it back for Beadling.
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 Re: Celtic highlights
Topic Originator: brian  
Date:   Sun 18 Aug 12:52

"Nice work Brian. "

nice work ParsTV team ;o)

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 Re: Celtic highlights
Topic Originator: brian  
Date:   Sun 18 Aug 13:48

Stevie Crawford and Tome beadling now up

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 Re: Celtic highlights
Topic Originator: yorkiepar  
Date:   Sun 18 Aug 14:40

What a thing of beauty our goal was: an incredibly strong run whilst holding off the defender; a deliciously placed cutback, and a cool, unstoppable shot. Wow. Would have graced any top class game. I'm overawed.
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 Re: Celtic highlights
Topic Originator: Paralex  
Date:   Sun 18 Aug 14:51

Kicking someone in the head is surely a penalty....
But the problem is that referees and linesmen would be terrified to flag up a penalty against Celtic at Parkhead. Feet up that high when a player is going to head the ball was always dangerous play and should be penalised but obviously blind eyes were turned. Seems that referees only see what they want to see. Maybe we will get a decision in our favour before the end of the season.
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Topic Originator: RossF  
Date:   Sun 18 Aug 15:59

The kicking in the head was definitely a penalty or indirect free kick. That was never a penalty at the end though. Ashcroft played for that. Pity it was a spawny goal from Forrest that won the game. We were so close! Really proud of the players.
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Topic Originator: onandupthepars  
Date:   Sun 18 Aug 17:14

That was something special. Thank you Brian. We looked like we belong. Looked cohesive, scored a great goal, played as a team. To have done that at Celtic Park will be a memory to savour. Our support was magic. I'm glad we did it this year with players who seem proud to be Pars, hungry and willing to battle all the way.



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Topic Originator: Paristotle  
Date:   Sun 18 Aug 18:02

Actually about greetin' watching the highlights and interviews. Thanks a lot Brian and kudos to all who attended 👏
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 Re: Celtic highlights
Topic Originator: Townsvillepar  
Date:   Mon 19 Aug 03:41

Thanks again for the highlights. Much appreciated, and great to see how well we played.
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 Re: Celtic highlights
Topic Originator: ParsPryde  
Date:   Mon 19 Aug 11:37

Here's where the fans confusion occurs about new rules.

New rules have been applied and VAR has been introduced this summer. So these rules should apply to ALL football matches played. Right?

Nisbet is kicked (scuffed?) in head with a high boot in penalty area. Obviously since Nisbet didn't stay down and require treatment the "blow" was not full contact... but still. Contact was made! A foul committed surely? Ergo Penalty?

This type of incident has been resulting in a penalty being awarded in various games I have watched this summer onwards. I have been frustrated at the "soft" penalties which have been awarded in games I have watched since Women's World Cup and thought I had worked out that almost ANY contact in the box now would result in the award of a penalty under new rules. So why not Saturday?

Was my viewpoint of the incident (highlights) misleading (wrong angle to see exact contact made) and therefore the officials were correct and no foul of any kind was committed, play on ...
or are the whispers about refs bottling big decisions against BIG teams have credence?

Trying to understand how new rules are applied but once again confused by ref decisions!

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 Re: Celtic highlights
Topic Originator: sadindiefreak  
Date:   Mon 19 Aug 11:57

Quote:

ParsPryde, Mon 19 Aug 11:37

Here's where the fans confusion occurs about new rules.

New rules have been applied and VAR has been introduced this summer. So these rules should apply to ALL football matches played. Right?

Nisbet is kicked (scuffed?) in head with a high boot in penalty area. Obviously since Nisbet didn't stay down and require treatment the "blow" was not full contact... but still. Contact was made! A foul committed surely? Ergo Penalty?

This type of incident has been resulting in a penalty being awarded in various games I have watched this summer onwards. I have been frustrated at the "soft" penalties which have been awarded in games I have watched since Women's World Cup and thought I had worked out that almost ANY contact in the box now would result in the award of a penalty under new rules. So why not Saturday?

Was my viewpoint of the incident (highlights) misleading (wrong angle to see exact contact made) and therefore the officials were correct and no foul of any kind was committed, play on ...
or are the whispers about refs bottling big decisions against BIG teams have credence?

Trying to understand how new rules are applied but once again confused by ref decisions!


I see where you are going wrong. The laws of the game don't apply to Celtic or Rangers.
On Saturday I lost count of the number of times we had a player chopped down and never even got a free kick.
Also right at the end when the guy squares up to Ashcroft and thumps him in the chest. Any other team and you could be guaranteed at least a yellow.
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 Re: Celtic highlights
Topic Originator: Ladswell_Thistle  
Date:   Mon 19 Aug 12:22

It was at Celtic Park so obviously Nisbet headered the boys foot ;-)
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 Re: Celtic highlights
Topic Originator: 1957Par  
Date:   Mon 19 Aug 12:24

For arguments sake, let's take the ref out of the equation for a second. The incident happened 6 or 7 yards from the assistant on that side of the pitch. Surely, if he was paying attention, it was within his view. Why did he not flag? In my experience of watching football for over fifty years, I am in no doubt had that been in our box, the ref would have broken his neck to give sellik the spot kick.
The new tweeked rule on hand ball in the box is not relevant in this case. And is not influenced by whether the player stayed down or not. The offense is high foot. There was contact, and that under the rules of the game is "Playing in a dangerous manner", which means any kind of swinging leg which maybe seen or considered threatning will be given a foul. In short, the ref and his assistant both crapped out. imho
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 Re: Celtic highlights
Topic Originator: Gadgie59  
Date:   Mon 19 Aug 13:36

The 'questionable' decisions in Scottish football, made by the officials can often be explained by simple human error; the ref, if he is an honest individual should make the call based on his view of any given incident.

However refs, being human, can also be swayed by circumstances - who wouldn't be intimidated by tens of thousands of partisan football supporters (who also happen to be between you and the exit)?

Chances are, if Cluj had played at Parkhead on Saturday with the same ref, Celtic would still be in the Champions League.

What I do find quite sickening is the persistent lack of honesty and sportsmanship exhibited by our refs. While human error and intimidation are justifiable excuses for SOME of the 'poor' performances made by our officials, there are just far too many incidents where Scottish referees show blatant intent to influence the game. A refs job is to enforce the rules of the game; not provide one team with preferential decisions (and that extends to 50-50 decisions, throw-ins, by-kick/corner etc etc - not just free-kicks and penalties).


The bottom line is, this inherent prejudice and bias is endemic within our game and until those that benefit from it the most stand up and speak out, in the name of sportsmanship and honesty, chances are nothing will change.

<Rant over>

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It should be played beautifully.”
Brian Clough.
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