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    Quote Originally Posted by Aldo1983 View Post
    Does that include the conditions?
    In that instance it was still Considine error, but the “conditions” did play a part in his misjudgement.
    Still, it gives you something to know on time and again and again and again and again........

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    Quote Originally Posted by rico94 View Post
    Hearts away last season,he gave away a needless penalty when the Hearts player was running away from the goal.

    I can’t remember who it was but someone on here tried to blame Stewart for giving the ball away at the other end of the pitch.

    If that was any other player that gave away a penalty like that Stewart’s name wouldn’t have been mentioned.
    This one?
    https://youtu.be/jqlU1WO4ips

    Nae quite running away from goal but a stupid lunge nonetheless

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    Quote Originally Posted by afc1903mad View Post
    This one?
    https://youtu.be/jqlU1WO4ips

    Nae quite running away from goal but a stupid lunge nonetheless
    He was running towards the corner flag

    Another mistimed header for the 2nd goal as well.

    Was that down to the conditions too?

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    Quote Originally Posted by afc1903mad View Post
    This one?
    https://youtu.be/jqlU1WO4ips

    Nae quite running away from goal but a stupid lunge nonetheless
    Harsh. Looks like he got the ball to me.

    One retrospective post for the ref in the Who’s at Fault league table.

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    Quote Originally Posted by afc1903mad View Post
    in that instance it was still considine error, but the “conditions” did play a part in his misjudgement.
    Still, it gives you something to know on time and again and again and again and again........
    but you don't make excuses

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    Quote Originally Posted by redstarfk View Post
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    Harsh. Looks like he got the ball to me.

    One retrospective post for the ref in the Who’s at Fault league table.
    He was nowhere near the ball.

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    Quote Originally Posted by afc1903mad View Post
    In that instance it was still Considine error, but the “conditions” did play a part in his misjudgement.
    Still, it gives you something to know on time and again and again and again and again........
    Which goal was down to the conditions?

    The St Johnstone game where he let Shaugnessy out jump him or the 3-2 Livingston game where he mistimed yet another header?

    Here’s hoping the injured defenders are back before winter.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rico94 View Post
    He was nowhere near the ball.
    Well, the direction the ball’s going clearly changes just at the point when Considine puts in his challenge , and it looks to me as if that’s down to Considine getting a touch on the ball.

    Maybe it was the conditions made the ball change direction.

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    Quote Originally Posted by redstarfk View Post
    Well, the direction the ball’s going clearly changes just at the point when Considine puts in his challenge , and it looks to me as if that’s down to Considine getting a touch on the ball.

    Maybe it was the conditions made the ball change direction.
    I'm sure McInnes would have said something about it not being a penalty then...

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    Quote Originally Posted by redstarfk View Post
    Well, the direction the ball’s going clearly changes just at the point when Considine puts in his challenge , and it looks to me as if that’s down to Considine getting a touch on the ball.

    Maybe it was the conditions made the ball change direction.
    The Hearts player takes a touch to move it away from Considine.

    Probably because he saw Considine flying in and if he took a touch it would be a penalty.

    The guy was going nowhere so there was no need to slide in like that.

    Yet another brain fart .

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    Considine for Scotland?
    Associated with some of Aberdeen's worst results, Andrew Considine is often lampooned. Yet, in a season where many Aberdeen players have struggled to get anywhere near their best, it is the local lad who has put in the most consistent performances in red.

    With McKenna likely to still be injured come the Euro 2020 qualifiers with San Marino and Russia next month, is it time to give Considine his chance?
    https://www.bbc.co.uk/sport/football/49782945

    Have I missed this posted earlier here?

    Jaysus!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Donanddusted View Post
    Considine for Scotland?
    Associated with some of Aberdeen's worst results, Andrew Considine is often lampooned. Yet, in a season where many Aberdeen players have struggled to get anywhere near their best, it is the local lad who has put in the most consistent performances in red.

    With McKenna likely to still be injured come the Euro 2020 qualifiers with San Marino and Russia next month, is it time to give Considine his chance?
    https://www.bbc.co.uk/sport/football/49782945

    Have I missed this posted earlier here?

    Jaysus!


    Scotland are bad enough without giving Considine a game.

    Dzyuba Would have a field day against him.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Aldo1983 View Post
    but you don't make excuses
    Nae need to be soooooo desperate ALL the time Aldo.

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    Quote Originally Posted by afc1903mad View Post
    Nae need to be soooooo desperate ALL the time Aldo.
    It's a condition

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    Quote Originally Posted by rico94 View Post
    He was running towards the corner flag
    Hardly, it was near the middle of the box and took a touch wide.
    The lunge was stupid has Mulroney was turning into trouble (two Aberdeen players)
    Initially I thought you were confused with the Logan penalty (can’t remember who against) or Taylor against Celtic which was at the edge of the side of the box, heading towards the corner flag.

    Quote Originally Posted by rico94 View Post
    Another mistimed header for the 2nd goal as well.
    It was, McKenna should have done better too.

    Quote Originally Posted by rico94 View Post
    Was that down to the conditions too?
    No.

    So who was defending Considine for the pen?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Aldo1983 View Post
    It's a condition

    Good one, but entirely believable

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    Quote Originally Posted by redstarfk View Post
    One retrospective post for the ref in the Who’s at Fault league table.
    That was last season and doesn’t form part of this season’s review

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    Quote Originally Posted by rico94 View Post
    Here’s hoping the injured defenders are back before winter.

    Ahhh yes the much anticipated return of the great Ashton Taylor! I understand it's like choosing whether you'd rather be shot or stabbed, but I would probably have Considine ahead of Taylor. In fact, on this season and end of last season's form I'd rather have Considine than Devlin too. Hopefully Devlin will get back to the form he's capable of with a run of games, before his next injury, which is probably due within the next few weeks. I really hope Devlin can use the few weeks when he's fit to learn how to pass the football to a team mate on the ground.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Don_Corleone View Post
    Ahhh yes the much anticipated return of the great Ashton Taylor! I understand it's like choosing whether you'd rather be shot or stabbed, but I would probably have Considine ahead of Taylor. In fact, on this season and end of last season's form I'd rather have Considine than Devlin too. Hopefully Devlin will get back to the form he's capable of with a run of games, before his next injury, which is probably due within the next few weeks. I really hope Devlin can use the few weeks when he's fit to learn how to pass the football to a team mate on the ground.
    I would rather have Taylor and Devlin in the centre of defence than Considine.
    Devlin is told to hit it long. That’s why he keeps punting it up the park.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Don_Corleone View Post
    Ahhh yes the much anticipated return of the great Ashton Taylor! I understand it's like choosing whether you'd rather be shot or stabbed, but I would probably have Considine ahead of Taylor. In fact, on this season and end of last season's form I'd rather have Considine than Devlin too. Hopefully Devlin will get back to the form he's capable of with a run of games, before his next injury, which is probably due within the next few weeks. I really hope Devlin can use the few weeks when he's fit to learn how to pass the football to a team mate on the ground.
    That's how bad it's become.
    I agree - I think our strongest central defence is Considine & McKenna
    I've no idea what has happened to Mikey Devlin since November 2018, but he's not the player he was from the start of last season to November '18.

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