Darlington V Spennymoor

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Re: Darlington V Spennymoor

Post by robsraiders » Sun Jan 20, 2019 8:02 pm

quakerste wrote:[Really think this is their level Nick, that away end should have been bursting at the seams with the free buses laid on but reckon they only had about 300.Imagine if we were challenging ,we would have taken 1200 up there ....that is the difference between the 2 clubs.
I think you got the 2 and 1 the wrong way round we would have taken 2100.[/quote]

Hear what you say Steve, but there lies our problem we just cannot seem to attract 1400 ish, its these "missing hundreds we need at home games if we can manage on a decent budget.
Its no good to us having 2000 at Spenny (they would love the additional income of course) those folk need to come down to BM first and foremost, big believer that you support the team thru thick and thin DTID

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Re: Darlington V Spennymoor

Post by Quaker85 » Sun Jan 20, 2019 9:02 pm

theoriginalfatcat wrote:What about the phantom kickoff? That was strange.

After the Spennymoor players had finished over celebrating their second goal it looked like all their players were behind the halfway line and we kicked off, yet the ref pulled play back.
He hadn’t blown the whistle to restart the game.


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Re: Darlington V Spennymoor

Post by Darlo2807 » Mon Jan 21, 2019 9:52 am

What’s the verdict on the fouls for the free kicks? I’ve watched them back and I don’t think either are fouls, Kev’s camera angles pretty much prove it for me. I think Chandler trips over himself for the first and I’m pretty sure Galbraith won the ball before making contact with Williams for the second...

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Re: Darlington V Spennymoor

Post by LoidLucan » Mon Jan 21, 2019 9:55 am

Yup, Chandler dived and Galbraith got a foot on the ball in the crucial incidents.

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Re: Darlington V Spennymoor

Post by lo36789 » Mon Jan 21, 2019 10:13 am

Both look like fouls on the footage to be honest. Chandler turned his body to get the foul (our players frustration would have been more with that than anything) and if Galbraith does get a tiny flick on the ball he just tackles the man really.

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Re: Darlington V Spennymoor

Post by Breedon » Mon Jan 21, 2019 10:30 am

I think you can accept the Galbraith one as a foul, think he's gone through the man to get to the ball, but if that one on Chandler for the first free kick is a foul then football just isn't the same game anymore. He was on his way down before there was any hint of contact and when the contact did come it was so slight. Football isn't a non contact sport. At least it isn't supposed to be.

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Re: Darlington V Spennymoor

Post by al_quaker » Mon Jan 21, 2019 11:04 am

The first one is never a free kick - although the referee was falling for Spennymoors 'professionalism' the entire game, so it's no surprise he gave it. Cracking strike mind. Second one looks a foul to me. But Maddison should probably be doing better - decent strike but nowhere near the corner. Frustrating as the 2 teams were evenly matched throughout the game. On to next Saturday - not that we ever seem to pick up a result against Curzon Ashton!

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Re: Darlington V Spennymoor

Post by spen666 » Mon Jan 21, 2019 12:10 pm

Darlo2807 wrote:What’s the verdict on the fouls for the free kicks? I’ve watched them back and I don’t think either are fouls, Kev’s camera angles pretty much prove it for me. I think Chandler trips over himself for the first and I’m pretty sure Galbraith won the ball before making contact with Williams for the second...

I have to say that in my view first one was not a foul. However, it wasn't a dive and Chandler did not appeal for a free kick.

The second one was as much a free kick as was the penalty awarded to Darlington. In both places the tackler got the ball and the attacker went over afterwards

What I thought interesting was that the DFR commentators seemed ot accept the first free kick and diagreed with the 2nd one. The 2nd free kick shout one was the stronger of the two in my opinion

Watching the Spennymoor highlights package, its clear that Darlington were lucky to have 10 men on the pitch as shortly before the penalty, there was a clear 2 footed tackle on Henry that hurt him.

The referee never gave it. These things even themselves out. Those complaining over the free kick awarded for the "tackle" on Chandler should bear in mind the foul on Henry that wasn't given ( and the red card that should have followed).

Put simply you get some decisions and some you don't. Fans only ever remember the ones they didn't get and don't remember the ones they do get.

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Re: Darlington V Spennymoor

Post by loan_star » Mon Jan 21, 2019 12:39 pm

spen666 wrote:
Darlo2807 wrote:What’s the verdict on the fouls for the free kicks? I’ve watched them back and I don’t think either are fouls, Kev’s camera angles pretty much prove it for me. I think Chandler trips over himself for the first and I’m pretty sure Galbraith won the ball before making contact with Williams for the second...

I have to say that in my view first one was not a foul. However, it wasn't a dive and Chandler did not appeal for a free kick.

The second one was as much a free kick as was the penalty awarded to Darlington. In both places the tackler got the ball and the attacker went over afterwards

What I thought interesting was that the DFR commentators seemed ot accept the first free kick and diagreed with the 2nd one. The 2nd free kick shout one was the stronger of the two in my opinion

Watching the Spennymoor highlights package, its clear that Darlington were lucky to have 10 men on the pitch as shortly before the penalty, there was a clear 2 footed tackle on Henry that hurt him.

The referee never gave it. These things even themselves out. Those complaining over the free kick awarded for the "tackle" on Chandler should bear in mind the foul on Henry that wasn't given ( and the red card that should have followed).

Put simply you get some decisions and some you don't. Fans only ever remember the ones they didn't get and don't remember the ones they do get.
Who cares what you think?? You are the one who shares articles advocating teaching masturbation to 5 year olds. You are a two faced prick who should have been banned off this board years ago.

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Re: Darlington V Spennymoor

Post by AndyPark » Mon Jan 21, 2019 12:46 pm

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Re: Darlington V Spennymoor

Post by aveda » Mon Jan 21, 2019 12:47 pm

There was a clear decision made by Spenny to start going down easily in the second half in the final third of the pitch. They didn't do it in the first half but, particularly in the first 20 minutes or so after the break, they went over at every opportunity and the ref fell for it every time.

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Re: Darlington V Spennymoor

Post by spen666 » Mon Jan 21, 2019 1:29 pm

loan_star wrote:
spen666 wrote:
Darlo2807 wrote:What’s the verdict on the fouls for the free kicks? I’ve watched them back and I don’t think either are fouls, Kev’s camera angles pretty much prove it for me. I think Chandler trips over himself for the first and I’m pretty sure Galbraith won the ball before making contact with Williams for the second...

I have to say that in my view first one was not a foul. However, it wasn't a dive and Chandler did not appeal for a free kick.

The second one was as much a free kick as was the penalty awarded to Darlington. In both places the tackler got the ball and the attacker went over afterwards

What I thought interesting was that the DFR commentators seemed ot accept the first free kick and diagreed with the 2nd one. The 2nd free kick shout one was the stronger of the two in my opinion

Watching the Spennymoor highlights package, its clear that Darlington were lucky to have 10 men on the pitch as shortly before the penalty, there was a clear 2 footed tackle on Henry that hurt him.

The referee never gave it. These things even themselves out. Those complaining over the free kick awarded for the "tackle" on Chandler should bear in mind the foul on Henry that wasn't given ( and the red card that should have followed).

Put simply you get some decisions and some you don't. Fans only ever remember the ones they didn't get and don't remember the ones they do get.
Who cares what you think?? You are the one who shares articles advocating teaching masturbation to 5 year olds. You are a two faced prick who should have been banned off this board years ago.

Oh dear, I hate to tell you, I am not the United Nations Educational Scientific and Cultural Organisation.

I think you may find they published the paper you are referring to.

never mind though, you carry on venting your spleen

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Re: Darlington V Spennymoor

Post by biccynana » Mon Jan 21, 2019 6:21 pm

spen666 wrote:Watching the Spennymoor highlights package, its clear that Darlington were lucky to have 10 men on the pitch as shortly before the penalty, there was a clear 2 footed tackle on Henry that hurt him.
It's not two footed. Pause it at 1:29.

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Re: Darlington V Spennymoor

Post by poppyfield » Mon Jan 21, 2019 7:27 pm

biccynana wrote:
spen666 wrote:Watching the Spennymoor highlights package, its clear that Darlington were lucky to have 10 men on the pitch as shortly before the penalty, there was a clear 2 footed tackle on Henry that hurt him.
It's not two footed. Pause it at 1:29.
Garry Brown would of gone in 3 footed :D
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Re: Darlington V Spennymoor

Post by loan_star » Mon Jan 21, 2019 8:27 pm

spen666 wrote:

Oh dear, I hate to tell you, I am not the United Nations Educational Scientific and Cultural Organisation.

I think you may find they published the paper you are referring to.

never mind though, you carry on venting your spleen
And you are the sicko that googles about teaching kids how to masturbate then posts it all over Facebook. Weirdo.

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Re: Darlington V Spennymoor

Post by spen666 » Mon Jan 21, 2019 8:50 pm

loan_star wrote:
spen666 wrote:

Oh dear, I hate to tell you, I am not the United Nations Educational Scientific and Cultural Organisation.

I think you may find they published the paper you are referring to.

never mind though, you carry on venting your spleen
And you are the sicko that googles about teaching kids how to masturbate then posts it all over Facebook. Weirdo.
Alternatively I am intelligent enough to be interested in the work done by UNESCO and am aware of its reports in many different subjects.

But that is probably too intelligent for you to realize

Have you even read the report to know what it actually says or the context it was published in?

Or are you just ranting on about something you haven't got a clueabout

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Re: Darlington V Spennymoor

Post by quakerste » Mon Jan 21, 2019 9:00 pm

Galbraith himself said he committed the foul to prevent the player getting a shot off.

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Re: Darlington V Spennymoor

Post by spen666 » Tue Jan 22, 2019 7:52 am

Swift and Decisive action taken by the club against transgressors at this and other recent games.

Got to applaud the club for its proactive approach

https://darlingtonfc.co.uk/news/unaccep ... lington-fc

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Re: Darlington V Spennymoor

Post by loan_star » Tue Jan 22, 2019 12:36 pm

spen666 wrote:Alternatively I am intelligent enough to be interested in the work done by UNESCO and am aware of its reports in many different subjects.
Interested in reading about teaching kids how to wank? :think:
spen666 wrote:Swift and Decisive action taken by the club against transgressors at this and other recent games.

Got to applaud the club for its proactive approach

https://darlingtonfc.co.uk/news/unaccep ... lington-fc
Lets see what Spenny do about the player involved in the fracas too......

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Re: Darlington V Spennymoor

Post by spen666 » Tue Jan 22, 2019 1:09 pm

loan_star wrote:....

Lets see what Spenny do about the player involved in the fracas too......
nothing I would expect until the police investigation is concluded

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Re: Darlington V Spennymoor

Post by theoriginalfatcat » Sun Feb 17, 2019 1:58 pm

spen666 wrote:
loan_star wrote:....

Lets see what Spenny do about the player involved in the fracas too......
nothing I would expect until the police investigation is concluded
Well it would seem that the “police investigation” has ground to a halt - I mean does anyone have any news about this situation?
Mr Singh said this " I'm not expecting to get back any of the money I've already put in, I'm prepared to write it off for the future of the club. I'm not hanging in to make any kind of financial gain in the short or long term - if someone was prepared to come in and take the club off my hands, I'd be more than willing to discuss it"

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Re: Darlington V Spennymoor

Post by lo36789 » Sun Feb 17, 2019 6:26 pm

theoriginalfatcat wrote:
spen666 wrote:
loan_star wrote:....

Lets see what Spenny do about the player involved in the fracas too......
nothing I would expect until the police investigation is concluded
Well it would seem that the “police investigation” has ground to a halt - I mean does anyone have any news about this situation?
Was anyone really expecting the police to waste their time on this? Like according to my Facebook there are robberies and assaults happening around Darlington - expect they are busy dealing with those things than a few gestures at a football match.

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Re: Darlington V Spennymoor

Post by Seventynine » Sun Feb 17, 2019 9:05 pm

i see spen is a knob who defends the heroin addicts of his country, and county ..the knob who would let the terrorist back in this country

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Re: Darlington V Spennymoor

Post by Seventynine » Sun Feb 17, 2019 9:10 pm

why do people go on faceshyte or twatter ? attenton .full stop , its hard enough trying to talk on here

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Re: Darlington V Spennymoor

Post by spen666 » Sun Feb 17, 2019 9:11 pm

Seventynine wrote:i see spen is a knob who defends the heroin addicts of his country, and county ..the knob who would let the terrorist back in this country

Come again?

Not sure wtf you are on about. I haven't defended anyone on any drugs for 20 years. In fact I haven't been involved in defending any accused in 20 years

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Re: Darlington V Spennymoor

Post by Seventynine » Sun Feb 17, 2019 9:12 pm

spen666 wrote:
Seventynine wrote:i see spen is a knob who defends the heroin addicts of his country, and county ..the knob who would let the terrorist back in this country

Come again?

Not sure wtf you are on about. I haven't defended anyone on any drugs for 20 years. In fact I haven't been involved in defending any accused in 20 years

wanner bet

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Re: Darlington V Spennymoor

Post by spen666 » Sun Feb 17, 2019 9:14 pm

Seventynine wrote:
spen666 wrote:
Seventynine wrote:i see spen is a knob who defends the heroin addicts of his country, and county ..the knob who would let the terrorist back in this country

Come again?

Not sure wtf you are on about. I haven't defended anyone on any drugs for 20 years. In fact I haven't been involved in defending any accused in 20 years

wanner bet
I think I probably know when I have defended anyone on drugs allegations. I think I know what my job is better than you...unless ......

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Re: Darlington V Spennymoor

Post by don'tbuythesun » Sun Feb 17, 2019 10:48 pm

Not even the slightest scent of a reefer, Spen? You can't be certain, can you?

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Re: Darlington V Spennymoor

Post by spen666 » Mon Feb 18, 2019 8:41 am

don'tbuythesun wrote:Not even the slightest scent of a reefer, Spen? You can't be certain, can you?

I can be 100% certain...I have not worked in a role defending suspects for 20 years...so thats probably pretty good grounds for believing I have not defended anyone on drugs in that time

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Re: Darlington V Spennymoor

Post by theoriginalfatcat » Mon Feb 18, 2019 12:43 pm

lo36789 wrote:
theoriginalfatcat wrote:
spen666 wrote:
loan_star wrote:....

Lets see what Spenny do about the player involved in the fracas too......
nothing I would expect until the police investigation is concluded
Well it would seem that the “police investigation” has ground to a halt - I mean does anyone have any news about this situation?
Was anyone really expecting the police to waste their time on this? Like according to my Facebook there are robberies and assaults happening around Darlington - expect they are busy dealing with those things than a few gestures at a football match.
I suppose the police would have to waste their time on it if they ascertained that any kind of public order offence was committed - I didn't see anything myself other than the fall out, but there seemed to be plenty that did, and press reports too.

If Chandler escapes a ticking off from anyone then it makes you wonder what is and isn't acceptable re players and their on field conduct - I'm not sure he even got booked.
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