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Rather proves a point .....

By bruce leafe (legacy user)17/2/2015 15:07Tue Feb 17 15:07:48 2015In response to photo

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Yes the ref can be held negligent. All anyone kept saying last night was no body got hurt. Missing the point. Millions of people fly in planes every day without incident, but when something does happen , the cause is found and some one is always held responsible.
Although enjoyable in its way , once we accepted the farce it was, can you imagine losing a key player at this time of the season because of those conditions.
As i say, if that pitch was fit, then lets not bother with a pitch inspection at all and just turn up to every game and play whatever. I wonder what he would do in a thunder storm. Apparently guidelines are that if lightening is visible, then all players must leave the pitch.
think the ref got bullied into it or maybe he had a date Wed night!!!

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