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Discussion in 'Sports' started by Northern_Union, Mar 26, 2012.
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**** me. That's a crazy score in League, let alone soccer.
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.
The blackcaps play soccer?
Inu was in goal
**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.
I wonder if the Warriors should do something similar if the BOD keeps going against us?
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.
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!
Defensive bomb is always a good and unexpected option.
Lol, I read the thread title and thought this can't be soccer and then shazzam.
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.
Benji might of done that at one stage of his career
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....