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Yesterday’s game had strangest ever goal seen at The Stadium of Light…..

………but Darren Bent won’t be too bothered.

A  few referees have been on the radio since yesterday afternoon declaring that the goal ought not to have counted, and the game should have been stopped and restarted with a drop ball on the six yard line. At the end of the day match referee Mr. Jones consulted his assistant referee (linesman) and came to a decision – the referee’s decision is final (that’s another rule).

What did you think of it? Video from BBC’s Match of the Day.

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Written by curly

October 18, 2009 at 7:55 pm

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  1. As an ex referee and linesman, tell you how long ago that was, they are now Assistants, we were taught unless it’s a blade of grass, if anything like for example another football rolls on to the pitch or a cat or a dog, you stop the game remove the obstruction and bounce the ball.

    The rule states any out side agency enters the field of play or causes a goal the game shall be stopped the obstruction removed and the game re started with a drop ball ( bounce ball ) the goal shall be disallowed….

    That is the law, but I’ve seen again at Liverpool the ball hitting a balloon and the game and goal was allowed.

    Robert

    October 19, 2009 at 8:12 pm


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