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View Galv's Profile Galv Flag Wallington 12 Oct 19 5.50pm Send a Private Message to Galv Add Galv as a friend

I remember Wrighty diving theatrically at the end of that game with nobody near him in the penalty area comically shouting "ref!"

Originally posted by JRW2

In a game against Brighton in the late eighties we were awarded four penalties and missed three of them!
(but still won).

 

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View YT's Profile YT Flag Oxford 12 Oct 19 6.45pm Send a Private Message to YT Add YT as a friend

Originally posted by Galv

I remember Wrighty diving theatrically at the end of that game with nobody near him in the penalty area comically shouting "ref!"

A good nugget. What would we do without comic irony, eh?

 


Palace since 19 August 1972. Palace 1 (Tony Taylor) Liverpool 1 (Emlyn Hughes)

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View Brasilian Eagle's Profile Brasilian Eagle Flag Londres 13 Oct 19 5.14pm Send a Private Message to Brasilian Eagle Add Brasilian Eagle as a friend

Pemberton's penalty cleared the Holmesdale Terrace and fragments of the ball can still be seen in the wall in the Garden of Remembrance.

 

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View Dixie Eagle's Profile Dixie Eagle Flag Chatham 15 Oct 19 12.39pm Send a Private Message to Dixie Eagle Add Dixie Eagle as a friend

I remember Glenn Murray hitting one well wide vs Millwall about 8 years ago.

 

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View Spiderman's Profile Spiderman Flag Horsham 17 Oct 19 5.15pm Send a Private Message to Spiderman Add Spiderman as a friend

Originally posted by Willo

I recall this game!
Kelvin Morton was the referee.
Bright,Wright and Pemberton missed penalties.
I think one was awarded against Brighton defender Ian Chapman who in recent seasons managed Burgess Hill Town.
Chapman was, and might still be, the youngest player (16) to have played for Brighton's first team.

My brother was a local league referee at the time and was attending a course to promote to County level. Mr Morton was a guest, he had been criticised in the media for giving so many penalties in one game, so he showed the course clips of the penalties and challenged anyone to disagree with his decisions. Unanimously they all agreed that every penalty decision was correct

 

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Originally posted by Spiderman

My brother was a local league referee at the time and was attending a course to promote to County level. Mr Morton was a guest, he had been criticised in the media for giving so many penalties in one game, so he showed the course clips of the penalties and challenged anyone to disagree with his decisions. Unanimously they all agreed that every penalty decision was correct

TBF to KM, I don't recall being surprised by any of the penalty awards from my vantage point on the Whitehorse. Maybe my opinion was tainted by the fact that we got four of 'em!

 


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