Jul 9, 2021 -- 5:17PM, ----you-have-to-laugh--- wrote:
It wasn't interfering with play
If the ball at the throw in was, which it was even though it was 10 yards behind the thrower, then it 100% was. Not interfering with play would be the other side or the other half of the pitch.
Alo saw you say a few times that the Danish player was impeded by his own player and not Shaw for the FK that they scored from. Another ridiculous take.
Jul 9, 2021 -- 5:31PM, ----you-have-to-laugh--- wrote:
If, when a free kick is taken, an attacking team player is less than 1 m (1 yd) from a ‘wall’ formed by three or more defending team players, an indirect free kick is awarded.Certainly not a goal...
They were more than a yard in front of the English wall and moved across.
Here's a pic if you don't believe me. Another bum take by you
Jul 9, 2021 -- 5:41PM, ----you-have-to-laugh--- wrote:
He is clearly within a metre
Do you have any sense of perspective? Watch the video. The ref marks 10 yards. 9 is on the line where the Danes were, he steps another yard and marks the line on the ground. Then he approves of where the Danes are standing. Haven't seen another England fan or anyone in the media make an issue out of this. Cluthcing at straws and another bum take.
Jul 9, 2021 -- 6:16PM, scandanavian_haven wrote:
Not 1 single team has outplayed England at all, that's the long and short of it, this Anti English nonsense from Scots and Irish is embarrassing, lasers, encroachment, soft pens, Jesus wept get a hold of yourself, welcome to football in the 21st century, it's been happening for years and years, it just smacks of little brother/inferiority complexes type stuff.
King of the forum you are mate, talk so much sense.