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The Battle for Europe (or Kilmarnock v Aberdeen)

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As an Ayr fan I obviously love it when Killie get beat but I thought the Broadfoot tackle did not merit a red although he could have been sent of previously with his persistent fouling but lads please get that Gordon Sawyers c**t to f**k,total embarrassment

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As an Ayr fan I obviously love it when Killie get beat but I thought the Broadfoot tackle did not merit a red although he could have been sent of previously with his persistent fouling but lads please get that Gordon Sawyers c**t to f**k,total embarrassment

He was banned by the club for a few months last season, and generally has the piss taken out of him by a large chunk of our away support.

I'm not sure what else we can do if he's behaving himself.

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11 minutes ago, Superayr97 said:

As an Ayr fan I obviously love it when Killie get beat but I thought the Broadfoot tackle did not merit a red although he could have been sent of previously with his persistent fouling but lads please get that Gordon Sawyers c**t to f**k,total embarrassment

Broaders does play on the, he's just clumsy routine and gets off with a fair bit.

Gordy is putting it on now, his first videos were genuine but he's at it now.

 

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8 hours ago, craigkillie said:
9 hours ago, Patrick Bateman said:
Looked to me like he had one, maybe two kick outs at the player on the ground.
Not saying they were particularly brutal or anything, but a bit of a silly thing to do right in front of the ref.
 

It has to be "excessive force and brutality" for a red card for violent conduct.

If you’re quoting the exact wording of the laws of the game, why don’t you try the one that says an indirect free kick is to be awarded when a goalkeeper holds on to the ball for more than six seconds from the first contact with his hands.

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9 minutes ago, kingjoey said:

If you’re quoting the exact wording of the laws of the game, why don’t you try the one that says an indirect free kick is to be awarded when a goalkeeper holds on to the ball for more than six seconds from the first contact with his hands.

Because that's not the wording of the rule, and it's completely irrelevant to the discussion anyway?

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6 hours ago, craigkillie said:

Because that's not the wording of the rule, and it's completely irrelevant to the discussion anyway?

You do realise that football doesn’t have “rules” it has “laws”.

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7 hours ago, kingjoey said:

If you’re quoting the exact wording of the laws of the game, why don’t you try the one that says an indirect free kick is to be awarded when a goalkeeper holds on to the ball for more than six seconds from the first contact with his hands.

Aye, because failure to enforce one law properly is a viable argument against enforcing the rest.

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Folk do realise that the referee has to interpret the law? Obviously McLean thought that Eggfoot was going in on the goalie with excessive force and brutality. Lewis was on the ground, Eggfoot slid in on him at speed, studs up, nowhere near the ball.

Excessive and brutal.

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I used to be in the 'Kirk Broadfoot LOL' camp too, but since he joined Killie and having watched him weekly it's clear he's an excellent defender for this level - so much so that he'd stroll into the Aberdeen defence ahead of guys like Considine. He also keeps himself ridiculously fit, and is probably one of the fittest players at the club which will see him good for the next few seasons at least.

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15 minutes ago, Melanius Mullarkey said:

Folk do realise that the referee has to interpret the law? Obviously McLean thought that Eggfoot was going in on the goalie with excessive force and brutality. Lewis was on the ground, Eggfoot slid in on him at speed, studs up, nowhere near the ball.

Excessive and brutal.

Endandering an opponent; serious foul play.

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Folk do realise that the referee has to interpret the law? Obviously McLean thought that Eggfoot was going in on the goalie with excessive force and brutality. Lewis was on the ground, Eggfoot slid in on him at speed, studs up, nowhere near the ball.

Excessive and brutal.

 

If you were actually reading the thread you'd have noted that we were discussing the McKenzie red card, not the Broadfoot one.

 

The discussion of "excessive force and brutality" in that context related to violent conduct, not serious foul play, although it applies in both cases.

 

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43 minutes ago, BoydiesBelly said:

I used to be in the 'Kirk Broadfoot LOL' camp too, but since he joined Killie and having watched him weekly it's clear he's an excellent defender for this level - so much so that he'd stroll into the Aberdeen defence ahead of guys like Considine. He also keeps himself ridiculously fit, and is probably one of the fittest players at the club which will see him good for the next few seasons at least.

Your comment shows that you know f*ck all about Considine.  He's fit, experienced, reliable and if you watched him regularly you would know that he rarely makes a mistake.

The only thing that has let him down throughout his career is his lack of pace, but for the SPL level he's an excellent defender. He's probably a similar player to Clubfoot actually.

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38 minutes ago, craigkillie said:

 

If you were actually reading the thread you'd have noted that we were discussing the McKenzie red card, not the Broadfoot one.

 

The discussion of "excessive force and brutality" in that context related to violent conduct, not serious foul play, although it applies in both cases.

 

Can having a kick out at someone not be interpreted as violent conduct?

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Can having a kick out at someone not be interpreted as violent conduct?
If it is done with excessive force and brutality.

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Just now, craigkillie said:
21 minutes ago, Melanius Mullarkey said:
Can having a kick out at someone not be interpreted as violent conduct?

If it is done with excessive force and brutality.

Its completely subjective though, hence the use of laws and not rules.  People (ie fans) arguing what is and and what is not excessive or brutal is neither here nor there.

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1 hour ago, Estragon said:

Aye, because failure to enforce one law properly is a viable argument against enforcing the rest.

My point is that a referee can interpret one of the laws as he sees fit at the time. There is no black and white here.

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1 hour ago, Bob Mahelp said:

Your comment shows that you know f*ck all about Considine.  He's fit, experienced, reliable and if you watched him regularly you would know that he rarely makes a mistake.

The only thing that has let him down throughout his career is his lack of pace, but for the SPL level he's an excellent defender. He's probably a similar player to Clubfoot actually.

Scores more. Hat trick hero. 

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Your comment shows that you know f*ck all about Considine.  He's fit, experienced, reliable and if you watched him regularly you would know that he rarely makes a mistake.
The only thing that has let him down throughout his career is his lack of pace, but for the SPL level he's an excellent defender. He's probably a similar player to Clubfoot actually.


I wasn't actually having a go at Considine in my post, it was more of a case of defending Kirk Broadfoot.

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