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  1. No horse in the race, but it’s the type of foul you get given now 99% of the time on the goalie. Both have challenged for the ball, but the Liverpool player only made contact with the goalie. Was pretty sure the ref was going to blow for it, but as the ball then went to a Utd player with no one within five yards of him decided to play on. The fact that he has then made a pigs ear of it seems an odd use of VAR.
  2. In terms of successful careers but also played for us, could make a case for Joe Jordan himself I guess. Leeds, Man U and Milan and a successful international player.
  3. Half wondering with VAR and all that whether it could technically have been called a red card. I know it has become his ‘thing’ but same player did hit somebody in a wheel chair as well in another match.
  4. Loved him in many ways, but always thought statistically by far the safest place with any of Junior’s shots was to stand in the middle of the goal...
  5. As some light relief, your team score the winner late in to injury time...then... https://streamable.com/ocy50 The aftermath... https://mobile.twitter.com/greener_josh/status/1218616460437852162?s=19 Remember getting flattened a few times in after goal celebrations back in the day. Your worst celebration ‘scar’ where your brain is celebrating with everyone else but your body is saying ‘hang on...’?
  6. Late winning goals are rarely as bitter sweet as this however at Newcastle today... https://mobile.twitter.com/greener_josh/status/1218616460437852162?s=19
  7. https://streamja.com/yX4r Pick ‘ee out. Or maybe you prefer a decent ‘break’ type goal? https://streamja.com/VBJX
  8. Lost three, beaten Luton, Barnsley and Wigan, the current bottom three who we have now played all twice. Now for sure, got to beat them, and thank heavens we did. Never really looked like a top six side this season, but can only hope form turns.
  9. I know it’s not at the back, but feels like we signed so many players over the summer and it’s last seasons team, and a bench that looks incredibly weak. Its a win, but the +2 GD most likely a fairer indication of where we are...battling, work hard by and large, but little more than that. Lack any star dust.
  10. Needed. Can beat the bottom three at the moment it seems.
  11. Is it compulsory for us to go a goal down before making desperate subs?
  12. cityexile

    Baker

    He is what he is, but scored a couple so far tonight.
  13. In the history of great cup upsets, this one is barely going to register. We lacked quality in front of goal, they had a banger go in, crap happens. For every Man Utd there is a Shrewsbury. It’s just their night.
  14. For every Man U there is a Shrewsbury. No lack of effort tonight just a lack of quality, in front of goal as much as anything. One moment of quality won it really. Disappointing, because Liverpool, but just have to suck it up.
  15. One decent shot wins it. Had enough chances. Enjoy your day Shrewsbury.
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