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KCs and MotM for Week 1 Aug 19th and 20th

Post by Judio » 16 Aug 2006, 14:57

Official MotMs

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Home        vAway           Reporter           Pos MotM      Club
Sheff Utd   vLiverpool      David Miller       DEF Armstrong SHF
Arsenal     vAston Villa    Henry Winter       DEF Mellberg  AVL
Everton     vWatford        William Johnson    STR Johnson   EVE
Newcastle   vWigan          Rob Stewart        STR Ameobi    NEW
Portsmouth  vBlackburn      John Ley           DEF Cambpell  POR
Reading     vMiddlesbrough  Clive Tyldesley    STR Doyle     REA
West Ham    vCharlton       Christopher Davies MID Bowyer    WHM
Bolton      vTottenham      Mark Ogden         MID Campo     BOL
Man Utd     vFulham         Tim Rich           STR Rooney    MUN
Chelsea     vMan City       Henry Winter       MID Essien    CHE
Confirmed KCs from TFFO.

Arsenal 1-1 Aston Villa
Mellberg (Davis)
Silva (-)
Bolton 2-0 Tottenham
Davies (Speed)
Campo (-)
Everton 2-1 Watford
Johnson (Beattie)
Arteta (-)
Francis (Priskin)
Newcastle 2-1 Wigan
Parker (Ameobi)
McCulloch (Heskey)
Ameobi (N'Zogbia)
Portsmouth 3-0 Blackburn
Todorov (Mwaruwari)
Kanu (O'Neil, Davis)
Kanu (O'Neil)
Reading 3-2 Middlesbrough
Downing (Yakubu)
Yakubu (Rochemback)
Kitson (-)
Sidwell (Ingimarsson)
Lita (-)
Sheffield Utd 1-1 Liverpool
Hulse (Unsworth)
Fowler (Gerrard)
West Ham 3-1 Charlton
D Bent (-)
Zamora (Bowyer, Benayoun)
Zamora (Bowyer)
Cole (Bowyer)
Chelsea 3-0 Man City
Terry (Robben)
Lampard (-)
Drogba (Robben, Bridge)
Man United 5-1 Fulham
Saha (Giggs)
Pearce og (Saha)
Rooney (Neville, Saha)
Ronaldo (Rooney)
Ferdinand og (Helguson)
Rooney (Brown)
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Post by Judio » 18 Aug 2006, 22:53

Bumped

Ready for the morning

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Post by snowy » 18 Aug 2006, 22:56

Judio wrote:Bumped

Ready for the morning
i feel like a 6 year old waiting for santa :D

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Post by Chief Wiggsy » 18 Aug 2006, 23:46

Midnight hour coming soon ....... it all starts again (gulp)

Do well all ......

:D

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Post by Anubis » 19 Aug 2006, 09:21

Good luck everyone,hopefully i can do some damage this year

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Post by thelip » 19 Aug 2006, 13:56

Sheff Utd 1 Liverpool 0

Hulse(Unsworth)

SS1

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Post by thelip » 19 Aug 2006, 14:19

1-1

Fowler (pen) (Gerrard)

Shocking decision by Rob Styles IMO

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Post by Pouzar » 19 Aug 2006, 15:48

Parker (Amoebi) Looked to me like an own goal by Scharner, but they seem to have credited it to Parker who may have got a touch although Scharner certainly got the main touch, KC not in doubt either way.

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Post by tyke » 19 Aug 2006, 15:56

Newcastle 1 up.
One for the dodgy goals panels....

Ameobi's cross headed in by either Scharner (og) or Parker, slo mo doesnt give much away, IMO goal will be given to Parker.

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Post by tyke » 19 Aug 2006, 16:46

Arse equaliser,

Gilberto, No KC likely, deflected Walcott cross

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Post by The Jezster » 19 Aug 2006, 17:33

Campo with an amazing goal!! 2 - 0 to Bolton

No KC

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Post by crabby » 19 Aug 2006, 18:14

just got back from the pompey game (very impressed by sol who was a rock)

2 KC'S for Oneill and 1 for Benjani

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Post by Yorkie » 19 Aug 2006, 18:28

thelip wrote:1-1

Fowler (pen) (Gerrard)

Shocking decision by Rob Styles IMO
Cheers, I couldn't believe the decision either. Can't say I was too gutted at losing Reina's clean sheet though!

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Post by mstylianou » 19 Aug 2006, 18:43

Looked like RVP flicked on Walcott's cross to Gilberto.

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Post by Sven2006 » 19 Aug 2006, 21:01

Liverpools penalty was a complete scam, the referee was right there and still f'd it up.

Replays should be made the rule like cricket ! S United would have had the win.

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Post by thepole » 19 Aug 2006, 21:23

mstylianou wrote:Looked like RVP flicked on Walcott's cross to Gilberto.
Hope so, can anyone else confirm?

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Post by Bouchoir » 19 Aug 2006, 21:48

Sven2006 wrote:Liverpools penalty was a complete scam, the referee was right there and still f'd it up.

Replays should be made the rule like cricket ! S United would have had the win.
Ref said on 5Live that he gave it because the defender 'intended to foul' Gerrard - not that he actually touched him. Apparently it's in the rules ... :shock:

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Post by Pouzar » 19 Aug 2006, 21:58

Sounds like he watched the replay. Only other thing he can say is the truth. He blew it.

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Post by snowy » 19 Aug 2006, 22:47

thepole wrote:
mstylianou wrote:Looked like RVP flicked on Walcott's cross to Gilberto.
Hope so, can anyone else confirm?
watching on motd it's really hard to tell whether it was VP or the defender who got the touch..

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Post by PSA » 19 Aug 2006, 23:03

I'd say Walcott if anything, i don't think he got much of a touch anyway.

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Post by Stower79 » 19 Aug 2006, 23:19

Andy Johnson shouldn't get that goal - it was going closer to the corner flag than the goal until it got a deflection. A good old fashioned scuff.

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Post by Bollo » 19 Aug 2006, 23:46

Stower79 wrote:Andy Johnson shouldn't get that goal - it was going closer to the corner flag than the goal until it got a deflection. A good old fashioned scuff.
"that was'nae a deflection, this is a deflection" said Damian Francis in a croc dundee stylee :lol:

I got damo - i hope he gets something for it

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Post by Bramernic » 20 Aug 2006, 00:02

My view of today's KCs after watching MOTD.

Corrections recorded after checking on TFFO

Arsenal 1-1 Aston Villa
Mellberg (Davis)
Silva (-) Neither RvP or Walcott awarded

Bolton 2-0 Tottenham
Davies (Speed)
Campo (-)

Everton 2-1 Watford
Johnson (Beattie)
Arteta (-)
Francis (Priskin)

Newcastle 2-1 Wigan
Parker (Ameobi)
McCulloch (Heskey)
Ameobi (N'Zogbia)

Portsmouth 3-0 Blackburn
Todorov (Mwaruwari)
Kanu (O'Neil, Davis) O'Neil not predicted
Kanu (O'Neil)

Reading 3-2 Middlesbrough
Downing (Yakubu)
Yakubu (Rochemback)
Kitson (-) Ki Hyeon not given, deflection off defender
Sidwell (Ingimarsson) Sonko not given
Lita (-) Doyle not given

Sheffield Utd 1-1 Liverpool
Hulse (Unsworth)
Fowler (Gerrard)

West Ham 3-1 Charlton
D Bent (-)
Zamora (Bowyer, Benayoun)
Zamora (Bowyer)
Cole (Bowyer)
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Post by Bollo » 20 Aug 2006, 00:08

I know you know your onions bram but will D Francis really get the goal rather than just a KC for the monsterous goingrightcornerknockedleftcorner deflection?

I'm delerious if he gets the goal as i've picked has my cheapo middo but i'm somewhat doubtful

so i take it MOTD did show Kanu's 2nd goal 'cos I must've missed it, damn my short term memory loss

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Post by Bramernic » 20 Aug 2006, 00:12

The goal has been given to him according to all the websites. If the dubious goals committee take it away later he won't lose the points in TFF. He'd only do that if the PA changed their mind before the final whistle.

And yes, they did show both Kanu goals.

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Post by Stower79 » 20 Aug 2006, 00:14

Bollo wrote:I know you know your onions bram but will D Francis really get the goal rather than just a KC for the monsterous goingrightcornerknockedleftcorner deflection?

I'm delerious if he gets the goal as i've picked has my cheapo middo but i'm somewhat doubtful

so i take it MOTD did show Kanu's 2nd goal 'cos I must've missed it, damn my short term memory loss
Damian Francis will keep the goal IMO as his shot was on target, despite the massive deflection. Andy Johnson should lose his goal when the dubious goals commitee get together although for TFF purposes I'd imagine he would still keep the 5 points unless they make a decision very quickly?

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Post by AkNotSpur » 20 Aug 2006, 02:30

O'Neil might get one for Pompey's 2nd goal for his ball down the line to Davis. I remember Steve Davis of Villa being awarded one for a similar ball last season at home to Everton. It might depend on how many touches Sean Davis took, I think that it was one to control the ball and another to cross it.

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Post by gilva18 » 20 Aug 2006, 09:50

AkNotSpur wrote:O'Neil might get one for Pompey's 2nd goal for his ball down the line to Davis. I remember Steve Davis of Villa being awarded one for a similar ball last season at home to Everton. It might depend on how many touches Sean Davis took, I think that it was one to control the ball and another to cross it.
Have to agree, O'Neil played a great pass down the right which clearly was a KC for the subsequent cross and goal.

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Post by Bramernic » 20 Aug 2006, 09:56

Having looked again this morning I'd agree there is a possibility, although my initial thought was that Davis did too much. We'll see what GFM say tomorrow.

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Post by JGoodhead » 20 Aug 2006, 10:16

Is Duff a consideration for a KC in respect of Newcastle's second goal?

Can Watford be deemed hard done by team of the day with the refusal to award a blatant penalty for the Stubbs handball followed by a farcical decision when the ball clearly hit Powell on the head for Everton's penalty?

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