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Post  canary-dave on 2018-12-02, 3:40 pm

Many years ago, when I lived in Branston, just outside Lincoln, one of my neighbours was Gary Crosby who played for Nottingham Forest. 

In a game against Man. City, the City keeper, Andy Dibble collected a ball in his six yard box and held it in his hand while deciding what to do with it .

Young Crosby came from behind him and nodded the ball off Dibble's hand and poked it into the net .

The referee awarded the goal and my abiding memory is of Andy Dibble striding towards the ref ,pointing to his hand yelling ,"it was in my f*cking hand ref!"
There was an outcry after the match with many referees saying it should have been disallowed for ungentlemanly conduct but it did make me smile  

Sorry Sid if that is a bad memory.

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Post  Silvers on 2018-12-02, 6:32 pm

Officer Dibble had a spell at Sunderland too ...

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Post  canary-dave on 2018-12-02, 7:25 pm

Silvers wrote:Officer Dibble had a spell at Sunderland too ...

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Post  Sid MCFC on 2018-12-02, 9:47 pm

canary-dave wrote:Many years ago, when I lived in Branston, just outside Lincoln, one of my neighbours was Gary Crosby who played for Nottingham Forest. 

In a game against Man. City, the City keeper, Andy Dibble collected a ball in his six yard box and held it in his hand while deciding what to do with it .

Young Crosby came from behind him and nodded the ball off Dibble's hand and poked it into the net .

The referee awarded the goal and my abiding memory is of Andy Dibble striding towards the ref ,pointing to his hand yelling ,"it was in my f*cking hand ref!"
There was an outcry after the match with many referees saying it should have been disallowed for ungentlemanly conduct but it did make me smile  

Sorry Sid if that is a bad memory.
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Post  Sid MCFC on 2018-12-02, 10:00 pm

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canary-dave wrote:Many years ago, when I lived in Branston, just outside Lincoln, one of my neighbours was Gary Crosby who played for Nottingham Forest. 

In a game against Man. City, the City keeper, Andy Dibble collected a ball in his six yard box and held it in his hand while deciding what to do with it .

Young Crosby came from behind him and nodded the ball off Dibble's hand and poked it into the net .

The referee awarded the goal and my abiding memory is of Andy Dibble striding towards the ref ,pointing to his hand yelling ,"it was in my f*cking hand ref!"
There was an outcry after the match with many referees saying it should have been disallowed for ungentlemanly conduct but it did make me smile  

Sorry Sid if that is a bad memory.
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Post  Sid MCFC on 2018-12-02, 10:03 pm

Sorry Dave I’ve tried to reply twice but not showing up. Had a drink so will have another go tomoz. Take care.
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Post  canary-dave on 2018-12-03, 4:23 am

Sid MCFC wrote:Sorry Dave I’ve tried to reply twice but not showing up. Had a drink so will have another go tomoz. Take care.
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Post  Sid MCFC on 2018-12-04, 3:23 pm

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Sid MCFC wrote:Sorry Dave I’ve tried to reply twice but not showing up. Had a drink so will have another go tomoz. Take care.
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Hi Dave,  haven’t a clue what happened to my replies, I’m blaming the site not the drink.  Maybe not though as I haven’t a clue what I wrote  Embarassed

I quite liked Andy Dibble and I sort of remember the incident as I seem to think it was shown on the telly a few years ago when they were showing goalie mishaps.

On a side note it’s a fine line between protecting and over protecting goalies,  I’m not saying they shouldn’t be protected but more than any other player on the pitch??  For many years now I’ve seen the ref  give a foul for little more than breathing on the goalie.  I was a reasonable goalie in my younger days and it was just give and take so not sure really.

I’m now apprehensively pressing send as I’d be buggered if I have to type that out again!
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Post  Hieronymus on 2018-12-04, 3:40 pm

Sid MCFC wrote:
canary-dave wrote:
Sid MCFC wrote:Sorry Dave I’ve tried to reply twice but not showing up. Had a drink so will have another go tomoz. Take care.
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Hi Dave,  haven’t a clue what happened to my replies, I’m blaming the site not the drink.  Maybe not though as I haven’t a clue what I wrote  Embarassed

I quite liked Andy Dibble and I sort of remember the incident as I seem to think it was shown on the telly a few years ago when they were showing goalie mishaps.

On a side note it’s a fine line between protecting and over protecting goalies,  I’m not saying they shouldn’t be protected but more than any other player on the pitch??  For many years now I’ve seen the ref  give a foul for little more than breathing on the goalie.  I was a reasonable goalie in my younger days and it was just give and take so not sure really.

I’m now apprehensively pressing send as I’d be buggered if I have to type that out again!
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Post  canary-dave on 2018-12-04, 7:23 pm

Hieronymus wrote:
Sid MCFC wrote:
canary-dave wrote:
Sid MCFC in wrote:Sorry Dave I’ve tried to reply twice but not showing up. Had a drink so will have another go tomoz. Take care.
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Hi Dave,  haven’t a clue what happened to my replies, I’m blaming the site not the drink.  Maybe not though as I haven’t a clue what I wrote  Embarassed

I quite liked Andy Dibble and I sort of remember the incident as I seem to think it was shown on the telly a few years ago when they were showing goalie mishaps.

On a side note it’s a fine line between protecting and over protecting goalies,  I’m not saying they shouldn’t be protected but more than any other player on the pitch??  For many years now I’ve seen the ref  give a foul for little more than breathing on the goalie.  I was a reasonable goalie in my younger days and it was just give and take so not sure really.

I’m now apprehensively pressing send as I’d be buggered if I have to type that out again!
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I completely agree about overprotecting keepers, I too was a keeper at a half decent level  Remember Nat Lofthouse shoving Harry Gregg and ball into the net to win the FA Cup in '58 or  59?  That would never be allowed today   like

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Post  canary-dave on 2018-12-06, 7:56 am

I see Man. Ure and Arse 'n' all were involved in a similar incident last night with the goal being disallowed 
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Post  Sid MCFC on 2018-12-06, 9:17 am

canary-dave wrote:I see Man. Ure and Arse 'n' all were involved in a similar incident last night with the goal being disallowed 
Funny old game   Twisted Evil
I’ve not seen it but apparently somebody headed the ball out of De Gea’s hand.

I think the goal should have stood on this one and only occasion. Wink
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Post  canary-dave on 2018-12-06, 10:58 am

Sid MCFC wrote:
canary-dave wrote:I see Man. Ure and Arse 'n' all were involved in a similar incident last night with the goal being disallowed 
Funny old game   Twisted Evil
I’ve not seen it but apparently somebody headed the ball out of De Gea’s hand.

I think the goal should have stood on this one and only occasion. Wink

lol! lol! lol!

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Post  Hieronymus on 2018-12-06, 4:04 pm

Sid MCFC wrote:
canary-dave wrote:I see Man. Ure and Arse 'n' all were involved in a similar incident last night with the goal being disallowed 
Funny old game   Twisted Evil
I’ve not seen it but apparently somebody headed the ball out of De Gea’s hand.

I think the goal should have stood on this one and only occasion. Wink
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Post  Sid MCFC on 2018-12-06, 4:07 pm

Hieronymus wrote:
Sid MCFC wrote:
canary-dave wrote:I see Man. Ure and Arse 'n' all were involved in a similar incident last night with the goal being disallowed 
Funny old game   Twisted Evil
I’ve not seen it but apparently somebody headed the ball out of De Gea’s hand.

I think the goal should have stood on this one and only occasion. Wink
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