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offline CIFC - Y.A

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Can someone please explain why the game ended? Indeed what happened with the player getting his hand trapped (I think?) wasn't pleasant but is that the reason the game was called off? Or was it because of poor weather?

I left rather confused, and still am as I expected there to be a few posts or something about it.

offline Mini Goose

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well i heard that peter tyler said to the official that any more tackles like that and im taking my players off then that tackel happened.
i know thats a poor reason and you cant end it becasue of that

second excuse was the lightening but the lightening was worse in the first half and i cant see how it was a potential problem.

offline ronin

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I don`t think it really matters why the game was called off,it could have been the weather or maybe too much contact, all that matters is the players had a competitive match.

After reading a post in the other thread maybe the ref needed to get off early to catch his train bolt

offline Mini Goose

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ah ronin never thought of that one laugh

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if only you boys knew the truth youd know he was Canvey through and through ! he has some relatives at the club !!
He said he can do up to conf south refing and conference national lino'ing . he is doing crawley v stevenage as a lino on Sat !

offline Ribbit

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I see no reason for confusion. As far as I'm concerned, the match was called off because the ground was getting very slippery and may well have caused more injuries. It's not worth it for a non-competitive match.

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