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Nacho subbed. Very boring game imho, he didn't do much but nobody is doing anything in this game. Both goals were gifts.

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 Post subject: Re: Kele vs Newcastle
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I hope Kele moves during this window. If he had been playing regularly he would have buried to two chances that came his way. He is only playing now because Vardy has a hamstring injury. He is too good to be sitting on the bench.


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Flex Swift wrote:
I hope Kele moves during this window. If he had been playing regularly he would have buried to two chances that came his way. He is only playing now because Vardy has a hamstring injury. He is too good to be sitting on the bench.

The goalkeeper pulled off a spectacular save in one of those chances.

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 Post subject: Re: Kele vs Newcastle
PostPosted: Wed Jan 01, 2020 7:47 pm 
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zee wrote:
Flex Swift wrote:
I hope Kele moves during this window. If he had been playing regularly he would have buried to two chances that came his way. He is only playing now because Vardy has a hamstring injury. He is too good to be sitting on the bench.

The goalkeeper pulled off a spectacular save in one of those chances.


No mind am. 2020 is barely 24hrs before we get the first silly post on CE. I guess the goalie there to decorate the post by standing and waving between the posts. :roll:

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 Post subject: Re: Kele vs Newcastle
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Nacho should take a break from football

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 Post subject: Re: Kele vs Newcastle
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Rawlings wrote:
Nacho should take a break from football


You should take a break from everything❗️


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 Post subject: Re: Kele vs Newcastle
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Perez and Madison are both selfish, glory-seeking players. Perez, especially, should spend more time on the bench. Iheanacho’s first opportunity should have been checked by VAR. The ball may have crossed the goal line :!:


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TonyTheTigerKiller wrote:
Perez and Madison are both selfish, glory-seeking players. Perez, especially, should spend more time on the bench. Iheanacho’s first opportunity should have been checked by VAR. The ball may have crossed the goal line :!:


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The ref has a watch that tells him when the ball crosses the line...haba

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 Post subject: Re: Kele vs Newcastle
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Rawlings wrote:
Nacho should take a break from football

Reverend Rawlings, why did you say so, Sir? Is that a vision?

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 Post subject: Re: Kele vs Newcastle
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Odas wrote:
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Nacho should take a break from football

Reverend Rawlings, why did you say so, Sir? Is that a vision?


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 Post subject: Re: Kele vs Newcastle
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maceo4 wrote:
TonyTheTigerKiller wrote:
Perez and Madison are both selfish, glory-seeking players. Perez, especially, should spend more time on the bench. Iheanacho’s first opportunity should have been checked by VAR. The ball may have crossed the goal line :!:


Cheers.


The ref has a watch that tells him when the ball crosses the line...haba


Goal-line technology is neither fool proof nor universal. While it is approved by the IFAB, it is not required. It is reasonably effective in determining if the ball has completely rolled past the line between the goal posts or totally gone past the crossbar. If the goalie is standing behind the line and the ball hits him in the chest, it’s not so effective. Moreover, we don’t know if that technology was even in use during that game but we do know that VAR was in use and they should have checked. After all, the purpose of both the goal-line technology and VAR is to assist the ref in making a more accurate decision❗️


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 Post subject: Re: Kele vs Newcastle
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EMIR KONGI JAFFI JOFFA wrote:
zee wrote:
Flex Swift wrote:
I hope Kele moves during this window. If he had been playing regularly he would have buried to two chances that came his way. He is only playing now because Vardy has a hamstring injury. He is too good to be sitting on the bench.

The goalkeeper pulled off a spectacular save in one of those chances.


No mind am. 2020 is barely 24hrs before we get the first silly post on CE. I guess the goalie there to decorate the post by standing and waving between the posts. :roll:


What is silly about my post? Forget I forgot I share this forum with individuals who are still very primitive and are stuck in the 17 century still believing and practicing money rituals.


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 Post subject: Re: Kele vs Newcastle
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TonyTheTigerKiller wrote:
maceo4 wrote:
TonyTheTigerKiller wrote:
Perez and Madison are both selfish, glory-seeking players. Perez, especially, should spend more time on the bench. Iheanacho’s first opportunity should have been checked by VAR. The ball may have crossed the goal line :!:


Cheers.


The ref has a watch that tells him when the ball crosses the line...haba


Goal-line technology is neither fool proof nor universal. While it is approved by the IFAB, it is not required. It is reasonably effective in determining if the ball has completely rolled past the line between the goal posts or totally gone past the crossbar. If the goalie is standing behind the line and the ball hits him in the chest, it’s not so effective. Moreover, we don’t know if that technology was even in use during that game but we do know that VAR was in use and they should have checked. After all, the purpose of both the goal-line technology and VAR is to assist the ref in making a more accurate decision❗️


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That’s what they use to verify ball cross line, not VAR, so why are you wasting your time to write nonsense? It’s a new decade for goodness sakes. Haba

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 Post subject: Re: Kele vs Newcastle
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maceo4 wrote:
TonyTheTigerKiller wrote:
maceo4 wrote:
TonyTheTigerKiller wrote:
Perez and Madison are both selfish, glory-seeking players. Perez, especially, should spend more time on the bench. Iheanacho’s first opportunity should have been checked by VAR. The ball may have crossed the goal line :!:


Cheers.


The ref has a watch that tells him when the ball crosses the line...haba


Goal-line technology is neither fool proof nor universal. While it is approved by the IFAB, it is not required. It is reasonably effective in determining if the ball has completely rolled past the line between the goal posts or totally gone past the crossbar. If the goalie is standing behind the line and the ball hits him in the chest, it’s not so effective. Moreover, we don’t know if that technology was even in use during that game but we do know that VAR was in use and they should have checked. After all, the purpose of both the goal-line technology and VAR is to assist the ref in making a more accurate decision❗️


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That’s what they use to verify ball cross line, not VAR, so why are you wasting your time to write nonsense? It’s a new decade for goodness sakes. Haba


VAR is designed to check everything. Anytime something doesn’t fit your narrative, it’s nonsense. You’re an idiott❗️


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 Post subject: Re: Kele vs Newcastle
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TonyTheTigerKiller wrote:
maceo4 wrote:
TonyTheTigerKiller wrote:
maceo4 wrote:
TonyTheTigerKiller wrote:
Perez and Madison are both selfish, glory-seeking players. Perez, especially, should spend more time on the bench. Iheanacho’s first opportunity should have been checked by VAR. The ball may have crossed the goal line :!:


Cheers.


The ref has a watch that tells him when the ball crosses the line...haba


Goal-line technology is neither fool proof nor universal. While it is approved by the IFAB, it is not required. It is reasonably effective in determining if the ball has completely rolled past the line between the goal posts or totally gone past the crossbar. If the goalie is standing behind the line and the ball hits him in the chest, it’s not so effective. Moreover, we don’t know if that technology was even in use during that game but we do know that VAR was in use and they should have checked. After all, the purpose of both the goal-line technology and VAR is to assist the ref in making a more accurate decision❗️


Cheers.


That’s what they use to verify ball cross line, not VAR, so why are you wasting your time to write nonsense? It’s a new decade for goodness sakes. Haba


VAR is designed to check everything. Anytime something doesn’t fit your narrative, it’s nonsense. You’re an idiott❗️


Cheers.


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 Post subject: Re: Kele vs Newcastle
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maceo4 wrote:
TonyTheTigerKiller wrote:
maceo4 wrote:
TonyTheTigerKiller wrote:
maceo4 wrote:
TonyTheTigerKiller wrote:
Perez and Madison are both selfish, glory-seeking players. Perez, especially, should spend more time on the bench. Iheanacho’s first opportunity should have been checked by VAR. The ball may have crossed the goal line :!:


Cheers.


The ref has a watch that tells him when the ball crosses the line...haba


Goal-line technology is neither fool proof nor universal. While it is approved by the IFAB, it is not required. It is reasonably effective in determining if the ball has completely rolled past the line between the goal posts or totally gone past the crossbar. If the goalie is standing behind the line and the ball hits him in the chest, it’s not so effective. Moreover, we don’t know if that technology was even in use during that game but we do know that VAR was in use and they should have checked. After all, the purpose of both the goal-line technology and VAR is to assist the ref in making a more accurate decision❗️


Cheers.


That’s what they use to verify ball cross line, not VAR, so why are you wasting your time to write nonsense? It’s a new decade for goodness sakes. Haba


VAR is designed to check everything. Anytime something doesn’t fit your narrative, it’s nonsense. You’re an idiott❗️


Cheers.


ITS NOT JEEEZ! Educate yourself, it’s two separate things they don’t overstep one another, I thought this was obvious: https://www.google.com/amp/s/www.howitw ... -work/amp/


I don’t know what the point of the link you posted is since it emphasizes the point that GLT is restricted to checking if the ball crossed the goal line but the addition of VAR will now help to detect other incidents and infractions. That in no way suggests that VAR does not help in determining valid goals. In all of these discussions, you must have missed the part that states very clearly that GLT is not required. So what if GLT is not being used. Are you contending that VAR can’t be used to determine if the ball crossed the goal line? You are actually less intelligent than I gave you credit for initially❗️


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 Post subject: Re: Kele vs Newcastle
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Ah jeez....lol

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 Post subject: Re: Kele vs Newcastle
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So Kele just dey dribble 4-5 girls off the pitch. Ameachi, Amaka, Chioma...etc. The word on the street is that Amaka is pregnant. Other ladies are mad. The one that lived with him for 5 yrs didn't know Kele was playing away with Amaka.


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