Discussion in 'Molineux Mix Archive' started by Jonzy54, Nov 26, 2008.
Paul Taylor from Herfordshire
Card happy $$$$.
Games: 37, Yellows: 87, Red: 5
should be fun then..not
Might be fun if the cards are dished out to them! Would love to see Phillips shown a red card, that would make my day!
I wouldn't say that an average of 2.3 yellows per game and one red every 7.4 games makes him card happy. There are far worse around. Let's face it we could have Mike Dean, 1 red every other game and 5 yellows a game! Now there's a card happy chappy!
I actually think Phillips is class and always has been. However, I also think our defence (whoever that is after last night) will be too good for him.
Or Not! I was 4th official to him at Shrewsbury a few years ago and when the Assessor came in afterwards he criticised him for after each booking in the second half,he quickly flashed the card at the player and put his card away. The Assessor said the crowd could barely see he had cautioned each player because he was that quick. Mr Taylor explained that he had left his cards on the table when he changed his shirt at half time and all he could do was flash an imaginary card. In fairness none of us noticed and we all had a good laugh about it
Technically no player was cautioned then !....wonder if that was in the records ?
you dont have to show the card for it to stand as far as im aware
You know $$$$ all though, to be fair mate!*
*Before I'm accused by some fool of being a bully, I'd like to point out that this is a joke.
Not according to the laws of the game:
i had a case where i had cautioned a keeper in the first half, who then came over to me at half time (park pitch standing on the sideline again) as i was talking to an assessor, he decided to start again moaning and normally i would have told him to shut up and left it at that, but as i was standing to an assessor i showed a 2nd yellow card followed by red.. now the assessor said i didnt have to show cards in this instance as ive told the player hes receiving a second caution for dissent and will take no further part in the Match...
Sy is technically correct. At PL/FL level each referee completes the match card which is then handed back to the home club to send off to the FA. That is the official recording of all sendings off/cautions. Cards were primarily introduced to alert 'foreign'players where there were language difficulties and to alert the crowd.
We still do not need any more players picking up bans though through silly yellow cards. We still have a massive game v QPR on sky the week after.
How long can you be on 4 cards for before it gets reset or does it just remain at 4.
It gets Reset in February
You mean Herefordshire or Hertfordshire, surely?!
I wondered which two of those he actually meant, but thought I might look a bit of a clitoris if I picked him up on it.
Guess what? I was spot on!
You missed a 'wa' from in the middle somewhere there.
someone was going to.
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