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Thread: The Weimann hand ball

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    The Weimann hand ball

    Only watched on the telly and therefore had the benefit of ‘revisiting’ the event. It does look strange that he backed out of heading the ball, conscious of the potential of colliding with the goalpost.

    Whilst not always a fan of the TV pundits, their observation was also surprise that he didn’t go for it, despite the threatening post collision.

    Having praised his efforts and goal last time out, I am in a quandary ! I understand his choice to avoid an injury over scoring a goal….but why the deliberate hand ball knocking the ball over the goal line? In both counts disappointing at the least.

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    It was Prando but I really like him. He’ll bag a few for us this season, looks like a striker, acts like a striker, has the instincts. Asante by the way did a great job today, does a lot of things really well and will only get better.

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    Quote Originally Posted by boingy View Post
    It was Prando but I really like him. He’ll bag a few for us this season, looks like a striker, acts like a striker, has the instincts. Asante by the way did a great job today, does a lot of things really well and will only get better.

    Agree with you - he seems decent. Like Mikey Johnston too as he gets us up the field!

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    Just couldn’t understand it as it looked like a straight forward header to me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Leicesterbaggie View Post
    Just couldn’t understand it as it looked like a straight forward header to me.
    Same here, not like he was right on the post, verdict on him is still out.

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