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    Quote Originally Posted by PuntsWolf View Post
    What is Kiko Casilla supposed to be good at? Easily one of the worst keepers I’ve ever seen
    A proper bombscare. Like, I felt Ikeme was permanently dodgy but at least you mostly knew what he was about and you price it in. It's keepers where ANYTHING can happen like Casilla and Lonners that seriously worry me.
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    They need to tell him to stop trying to dominate the area because he can't do it. Every attempt he either drops or misses a punch

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    They need to tell him to stop trying to be a ball playing keeper because he’s shit with his feet. Also tell him to stop making routine saves look fancy because he keeps pushing them back in the danger area.
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    Quote Originally Posted by PuntsWolf View Post
    They need to tell him to stop trying to be a ball playing keeper because he’s shit with his feet. Also tell him to stop making routine saves look fancy because he keeps pushing them back in the danger area.
    I liked it last night when Goodman called the main commentator out. Casilla made a save and somehow managed to push it out to the centre of the goal and it went "And that is Casilla showing what he can do well"...Don had none of that shit and put him straight.

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    Tim Spiers into commentary now?

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    Oh God, Timbo loved Ikeme too. He was a liability. Other than Jones' second spell he was the worst regular keeper I've ever seen us have (stand ins like Lange/Lonners/Hansbury are a different category)
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    Chelsea looking good tonight so far.

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    Thought they looked the much better side to begin with the weekend too, just never got back going after they conceded.

    They look a lot sharper than Liverpool so far though, be interesting to see if they can show a bit more resolve if Liverpool can ramp it up second half.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Deutsch Wolf View Post
    Oh God, Timbo loved Ikeme too. He was a liability. Other than Jones' second spell he was the worst regular keeper I've ever seen us have (stand ins like Lange/Lonners/Hansbury are a different category)
    I think that's a bit harsh on Ikeme, he wasn't great but he wasn't awful either. He'd make saves you'd expect him to make but never did anything spectacular. I'd say mediocre rather than a liability

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    Quote Originally Posted by Stan Hullis View Post
    Chelsea looking good tonight so far.

    Pulisic is a baller.
    I was really nervous that he'd disappear in the weeds at Chelsea but he's absolutely looked the part today.
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    Chelsea look a complete mess now.
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    Firmino has changed this completely
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    Great double save by Kepa
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    Liverpool spent a lot of that game playing themselves into trouble with their passing from defence.
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    How's that for a finish?
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    Shinned it...
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    Penalty my arse. VAR is great
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    Sick of hearing Mason Mount instead of just Mount from the commentators.

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    Quote Originally Posted by StuardoWulf View Post
    Penalty my arse. VAR is great
    Eh? It was a stonewall pen.

    Poor Tammy Abraham just can't buy any success. Although what he's doing in Chelsea's team at all is anyone's guess.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Alan View Post
    Eh? It was a stonewall pen.

    Poor Tammy Abraham just can't buy any success. Although what he's doing in Chelsea's team at all is anyone's guess.
    It wasn't a pen, certainly not a stonewall penalty

    The angles I've seen show no contact

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    It wasn't a pen. VAR bottled overturning it because of the women officials IMO. Too much of a story.
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    Quote Originally Posted by The Bear View Post
    It wasn't a pen. VAR bottled overturning it because of the women officials IMO. Too much of a story.
    Regardless of whether you think it was a pen or not, insinuating this is totally uncalled for.
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    I have to agree Alan. That’s a shit thing to say.
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    I agree it's shit. But it's also the most likely reason why.
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    It's really a case of the referee being convinced that her original decision was correct and thus overruling VAR, which it is possible with male referees as well. Strange that she would do that because I have been impressed with how Stephanie Frappart handled the game up to that point (I'd watched the games she'd done in the recent women's World Cup and thought she was impressive for how she allowed the game to flow and got the major calls all right). But this one earlier today blew that favorable impression apart. Abraham used the age-old trick of dangling a leg and she fell for it. It was clear (at least to me) that Adrian had pulled out of the challenge. I hope that with experience she will not make such a crass decision in the future because she definitely does have promise as a referee.

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    Shit call from VAR
    Should have been overuled but I guess they didnt define it as "clear and obvious", just soft? Like one of theose grounded catches in cricket.
    Absolutely no reason why the men and women officiating should not meet the same standards. Just like driving. But you still get the old "jokes" about women drivers. Ah, perhaps in another 100 years you never know.

    From the match report on BBC today

    The video assistant referee looked at the decision and decided there was no clear and obvious error, although the contact from the goalkeeper looked minimal.

    Adrian admitted afterwards "I touched him", but added "he was looking for that


    Thats good business from Liverpool too. Get 5m for Mignolet and pick up Adrian who looked 10 times better behind the Liverpool defence. So Karma played a part as Abraham who won the dodgy penalty missed his penalty to hand the cup to Liverpool.

    I thought all three officials were excellent. They had the fifa interpretation of no flag until the move is over spot on and they called it right when chalking off the goals. Faced with them or John Moss/ Andre Marriner/Stuart Attwell give me Mdme Frappart and her team any day TVM.
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    Abraham is getting badly found out at the higher levels.

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    Great goal from Ivan
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