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Discussion in 'Sports' started by Northern_Union, Mar 26, 2012.

  1. Northern_Union
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    A hiding!

     
  2. Fazz_old
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    **** me. That's a crazy score in League, let alone soccer.
     
  3. BringBackRovelli_old
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    A goal every other minute, the other team mustn't have had a goalie huhh.

    That other one is funny, 149 own goals in a game, they had to really hurry with the restarts to get there.
     
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    The blackcaps play soccer?
     
  5. Northern_Union
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    Inu was in goal;)
     
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    **Stade Olympique scoring 149 own-goals in protest over a refereeing decision that had cost them their previous game.**

    That is some of the most awesome sports news I think I've ever heard. Damn that is just pure gold.
     
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    I wonder if the Warriors should do something similar if the BOD keeps going against us?;)
     
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    I've always reckoned first rules I'd implement if I ran the IRLF were the own-try, the own-penalty and the own-fieldgoal.

    Own-try is obviously easiest to achieve - it's an own try if a defending player with the ball runs more than, say, 5m backwards (facing or backing into) into his own in goal.
     
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    Nope. The ref would ask the video ref who'd rule against an own-try scored by the Warriors out of habit - it's Warriors try therefore no try! :p
     
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    Defensive bomb is always a good and unexpected option.
     
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    Lol, I read the thread title and thought this can't be soccer and then shazzam.
     
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    I've always wondered why a team doesn't try for a 40/20 when the FB is locking a scrum and there no players in place to prevent it.
     
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    Benji might of done that at one stage of his career
     
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    fanrrior maybe right here.

    But I think the very minute the 40/20 was introduced - which was, IIRC, the ARL competition in 1997 - you can bet someone said "Well, hang on, what happens in a scrum situation?". Loooong pass to fullback - or someone with a big boot....BAMM. 40/20.

    If someone's done that, it would only have ever happened once or twice. Surely....