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25 October 2017 11:57 Post ID: #609514 - in reply to #609513
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Colin Is The King - 25/10/2017 11:42

I see your point on Mangala's second (in my view) 'error', but that sort of challenge was being let go all night by a Premier League referee, causing frustration all round.
There was relative consistency in this particular game.
It always seems to crop up regarding refereering standards/attitudes in the cups though.


I thought Friend was very poor in general. Not biased or agenda or any of that, just crap.

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25 October 2017 12:15 Post ID: #609515 - in reply to #609474
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Yaya talking balls:

"They can do better than that. It’s too light. Even in my country, they can’t use those kind of balls."

"They have to be better than that because the ball was too soft. It’s rubbish, but that’s fine. The 2010 World Cup one was better."
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25 October 2017 15:04 Post ID: #609519 - in reply to #609507
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Rising - 25/10/2017 09:10


Is there a different ball for different competitions?



Yes - a Mitre ball is used for the EFL cup. Not sure if they use the same one in the Championship/Football League.

I think Nike supply the PL ball.
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25 October 2017 15:17 Post ID: #609521 - in reply to #609474
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MITRE = English
Nike = American

Just sayin'
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25 October 2017 15:51 Post ID: #609522 - in reply to #609521
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BamaEngineer - 25/10/2017 15:17

MITRE = English
Nike = American

Just sayin' :010:


I thought Nike was Bangladeshi
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