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Re: They’re going to Wembley - We're Not!

Postby one f in mansfield » Sun May 26, 2019 6:26 am

Newport are a mid table side at best .failed to score from open play in 3 play off games , 2 players sent off ( should have been more ) yet their fans call other sides dirty and scream for handball when the ref tosses a coin . Horrible club .

Still deserved to beat us thought.
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Re: They’re going to Wembley - We're Not!

Postby cassellswasmagic » Sun May 26, 2019 7:09 am

Martin Shaw wrote:Unfortunate for Newport today. If there had been VAR, then Matt would have got the penalty after 85 minutes and Newport would probably have won.

However if we'd had VAR in the semi-finals, then O'Brien would have been sent off in the first leg after 6 minutes, and Azeez would not have got the penalty after 83 minutes of the first leg. Two tie-changing decisions. And Butler would probably have been sent off in the second leg.

So....we really would have won. Who’d have thought it. Cheating Welsh scumbags.
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Re: They’re going to Wembley - We're Not!

Postby Sedgwick » Sun May 26, 2019 8:00 am

Martin Shaw wrote:Unfortunate for Newport today. If there had been VAR, then Matt would have got the penalty after 85 minutes and Newport would probably have won.

However if we'd had VAR in the semi-finals, then O'Brien would have been sent off in the first leg after 6 minutes, and Azeez would not have got the penalty after 83 minutes of the first leg. Two tie-changing decisions. And Butler would probably have been sent off in the second leg.


Don't think VAR would of given them a penalty. It wasn't a clear and obvious mistake. Matt planted his foot and threw himself to the ground. Almost a carbon copy of Patrick bamford against Richard Keogh in the championship play offs, he was booked for a dive. Matt should have been too.
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Re: They’re going to Wembley - We're Not!

Postby pemill » Sun May 26, 2019 8:12 am

As much as I hate to see it, we have to get smartly (not Danny Rose, captain obvious style) into this cheating lark, it is a big part of today’s game. We so nearly got there playing football, maybe, just maybe an Ajeez, Matt or Akinde style fall over in the box would have got us that extra point.
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Re: They’re going to Wembley - We're Not!

Postby Martin Shaw » Sun May 26, 2019 8:22 am

Sedgwick wrote:
Martin Shaw wrote:Unfortunate for Newport today. If there had been VAR, then Matt would have got the penalty after 85 minutes and Newport would probably have won.

However if we'd had VAR in the semi-finals, then O'Brien would have been sent off in the first leg after 6 minutes, and Azeez would not have got the penalty after 83 minutes of the first leg. Two tie-changing decisions. And Butler would probably have been sent off in the second leg.


Don't think VAR would of given them a penalty. It wasn't a clear and obvious mistake. Matt planted his foot and threw himself to the ground. Almost a carbon copy of Patrick bamford against Richard Keogh in the championship play offs, he was booked for a dive. Matt should have been too.

They spoke to Dermot Gallagher on Sky. He said it should have been given as a penalty and would have been under VAR.
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Re: They’re going to Wembley - We're Not!

Postby Sneag » Sun May 26, 2019 8:26 am

pemill wrote:As much as I hate to see it, we have to get smartly (not Danny Rose, captain obvious style) into this cheating lark, it is a big part of today’s game. We so nearly got there playing football, maybe, just maybe an Ajeez, Matt or Akinde style fall over in the box would have got us that extra point.


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Re: They’re going to Wembley - We're Not!

Postby Sedgwick » Sun May 26, 2019 8:30 am

Martin Shaw wrote:
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Martin Shaw wrote:Unfortunate for Newport today. If there had been VAR, then Matt would have got the penalty after 85 minutes and Newport would probably have won.

However if we'd had VAR in the semi-finals, then O'Brien would have been sent off in the first leg after 6 minutes, and Azeez would not have got the penalty after 83 minutes of the first leg. Two tie-changing decisions. And Butler would probably have been sent off in the second leg.


Don't think VAR would of given them a penalty. It wasn't a clear and obvious mistake. Matt planted his foot and threw himself to the ground. Almost a carbon copy of Patrick bamford against Richard Keogh in the championship play offs, he was booked for a dive. Matt should have been too.

They spoke to Dermot Gallagher on Sky. He said it should have been given as a penalty and would have been under VAR.


Just his opinion. It was a dive, exactly the same thing happened in the Leeds game and it was free kick the other way? Quite glad we don't have VAR.

I've heard goal line technology will be used in leagues one and two soon. That I can get behind
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Re: They’re going to Wembley - We're Not!

Postby cassellswasmagic » Sun May 26, 2019 9:24 am

Sedgwick wrote:
Martin Shaw wrote:
Sedgwick wrote:
Martin Shaw wrote:Unfortunate for Newport today. If there had been VAR, then Matt would have got the penalty after 85 minutes and Newport would probably have won.

However if we'd had VAR in the semi-finals, then O'Brien would have been sent off in the first leg after 6 minutes, and Azeez would not have got the penalty after 83 minutes of the first leg. Two tie-changing decisions. And Butler would probably have been sent off in the second leg.


Don't think VAR would of given them a penalty. It wasn't a clear and obvious mistake. Matt planted his foot and threw himself to the ground. Almost a carbon copy of Patrick bamford against Richard Keogh in the championship play offs, he was booked for a dive. Matt should have been too.

They spoke to Dermot Gallagher on Sky. He said it should have been given as a penalty and would have been under VAR.


Just his opinion. It was a dive, exactly the same thing happened in the Leeds game and it was free kick the other way? Quite glad we don't have VAR.

I've heard goal line technology will be used in leagues one and two soon. That I can get behind

Totally agree. Yes his leg came out but Matt was looking to throw himself to the ground in the style of Tom Daley. It makes it so difficult for the officials. Glad they missed it. Newport are awful.
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Re: They’re going to Wembley - We're Not!

Postby Sandy Pate Best Stag » Sun May 26, 2019 11:02 am

I wonder what odds you could get on Newport doing a County next season and going from play offs to relegation.

They should have made enough money to avoid a bottom three budget though. It probably depends on them not thinking they are big time charlies though and getting rid of most of the squad.

But wouldn't it be funny. And before anyone points it out, no I don't think it will happen to us.
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Re: They’re going to Wembley - We're Not!

Postby bellwhiff » Sun May 26, 2019 12:17 pm

Sandy Pate Best Stag wrote:I wonder what odds you could get on Newport doing a County next season and going from play offs to relegation.

They should have made enough money to avoid a bottom three budget though. It probably depends on them not thinking they are big time charlies though and getting rid of most of the squad.

But wouldn't it be funny. And before anyone points it out, no I don't think it will happen to us.


Hope so. They don’t deserve to be in the English league system. I’d even rather see Chesterfailed in L2 rather than them.
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Re: They’re going to Wembley - We're Not!

Postby Woodclanger 1 » Sun May 26, 2019 12:27 pm

bellwhiff wrote:
Sandy Pate Best Stag wrote:I wonder what odds you could get on Newport doing a County next season and going from play offs to relegation.

They should have made enough money to avoid a bottom three budget though. It probably depends on them not thinking they are big time charlies though and getting rid of most of the squad.

But wouldn't it be funny. And before anyone points it out, no I don't think it will happen to us.


Hope so. They don’t deserve to be in the English league system. I’d even rather see Chesterfailed in L2 rather than them.


Take 5 mins to read the Welsh forum it's hilarious.
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Re: They’re going to Wembley - We're Not!

Postby Tippy Tappy Football » Sun May 26, 2019 1:41 pm

Some Newport fans seem to be suggesting that a lot of their players will be leaving. Dan Butler (signed by Paul Cox at Torquay) may be signing for Peterborough.

I'd be quite happy to add Jamille Matt or Padraig Amond to our squad.
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Re: They’re going to Wembley - We're Not!

Postby adamstag » Sun May 26, 2019 2:22 pm

Was justice and music to the ears hearing Flynn complain so much about the ref.
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Re: They’re going to Wembley - We're Not!

Postby geoffhill » Sun May 26, 2019 5:52 pm

Butler is a good player.I would have him here.
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