His name isn't important
- Oct 7, 2002
- AFL Club
Callum Wilson will have to amputate his arms before the next match
So is it right that if it hits Wilsons arm like that anywhere on the field but doesn’t result in a goal it’s ok? But if it results in a goal, not ok?How did football get to a place where that’s not a goal? VAR and the laws of the game just don’t work together. At least it hasn’t affected the outcome this time.
That’s my understanding of it. I could possibly understand it if the law was you can’t score directly off your arm. Possibly. But that wasn’t even the case here.So is it right that if it hits Wilsons arm like that anywhere on the field but doesn’t result in a goal it’s ok? But if it results in a goal, not ok?
You may need to get down to 8th to miss Europe.Surely they chance that rule, it's stupid. His arm was by his side and it wasn't on purpose either. Should be a goal every day of the week.
Think that's our CL hopes for next season done and dusted though. Dropped four points the last two games by conceding goals. Should have scored about 6 today.
Just been a terrible season all round. Need to reset for next season. Going to be weird playing Europa League football. Kind of hope we miss Europe all together to give us a better chance in the league.
Hmm we can finish 8th though, Everton can go by us with a win and you are right behind us.You may need to get down to 8th to miss Europe.
If City win the cup final 7th gets a spot in the Conference League.
If we win we either get that spot or a better competition we earn through the league.
It looks like it will still be disallowed because the ball struck Wilson's arm before he went on to score, but if it hit a teammate's arm before Wilson scored it would be allowed.Did I hear right that the rule will be changed next season and that Wilson goal would stand?