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Stu M

Last night's ref...

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Mr Malone (not P Miller as stated in the Shots programme) is, surprise surprise, in the Conference top three in terms of yellow and red cards. He can add to his collection now.

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Possibly one of the most unfit both physically and with regard to his knowledge of the laws.
He couldn't keep up with play so most decisions were given from 20 yards away and give incorrectly.

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Five bookings and a sending off, plus some comments on the Shots board would suggest a 'physical' Fleet performance? Any thoughts from those that went?

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its obvious from anybody that attended last night game that being full time means you get to practice falling over as if shot, to influence the ref routines especially if tackled by a part timer

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Thought we were a bit more physical than usual, and gave away too many free kicks unnecessarily (Saunders didn't need to make the challenge when he got sent off), but Aldershot were falling over every time they had a sniff of a free-kick, which with Malone as ref was several times a minute.

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if you watch the replay of the on confrencefootball.tv you can see quite clealy the standerd the ref was up too, when are player (cant remember who) slid in knocked the ball out for a corner with what was a prefect tack and the ref gave a free kick to them

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