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22 Jan
4:23pm, 22 Jan 2022
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stuart little
Floodlight failures, drones, bottles being thrown at players - stop the clock until the issue is resolved, then restart from whatever the elapsed time was.
22 Jan
4:23pm, 22 Jan 2022
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pedroscalls
I think its just the tv that keeps the clock going, I vaguely recall seeing recently a game where the TV had the clock at 90 minutes+ and a goal was scored, the official record of the game had the goal scored in the 78th minute or so, therefore the referee must have stopped his watch at the moment the off field incident started.
22 Jan
4:26pm, 22 Jan 2022
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swittle
No shortage of goals at Reading, where the Terriers are one up in 7 goals scored :)
22 Jan
5:04pm, 22 Jan 2022
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swittle
^...and that's how it ended. :)

A W for the Toon Army at Leeds has cheered up a drab day. :)
22 Jan
5:04pm, 22 Jan 2022
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Surrey Phil
A referee's report of any kind would never say "In the 90th + 10th minute of the game, I cautioned Mr Jones..."

I don't expect the stadium or TV clock to stop each time the physio steps on the pitch but certainly if the match has been suspended and the players are in their dressing rooms.
22 Jan
8:01pm, 22 Jan 2022
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gcwenn
Probably because Chelsea are Champions of Europe and Norwich are terrible.

But we have won as many games as Chelski since the start of November. You missed the point.

And keep calm Cheg 😉😁
22 Jan
8:06pm, 22 Jan 2022
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Derby Tup
It’d take a miracle for Derby not to get relegated stuart. We can only hope we have a club to support in the future. Rooney staying (dare I say it) would help, which I’m shocked to say
22 Jan
8:18pm, 22 Jan 2022
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Diogenes
He’s doing a bloody good job there. During his career he developed into a leader on the pitch, and I’ve seen him turn games round through his example and organisation. I don’t think he’s ever been given credit for his tactical awareness.
22 Jan
9:39pm, 22 Jan 2022
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stuart little
He's doing an outstanding job, and probably doing the best of that crop of ex england players going into management
12:29am
12:29am, 23 Jan 2022
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Diogenes
Everton fans chucking bottles and coins at Digne and others. One supporter arrested. It was quite a lot more than one chucking stuff. There are some stupid people out there.

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