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    Hylton's red

    Posted by Balarmory on 5/11/2018, 18:35:44

    I thought from the ifollow angle it was harsh, just seen the Rochdale website do a pitchside video of the day an action, it shows the red card tackle from the other side and it looks even more harsh. DH has his eyes on the ball, it's in the air, 50/50, their player gets there first and DH leg naturally extends with his foot in the air, which shows his studs. He didn't go in studs up, or to intimidate the opposition, it wasn't reckless, just unfortunate, it's a yellow for me. I hope we appeal on what I've seen.

      Re: Hylton's red

      Posted by Mahatma Gander on 6/11/2018, 7:27:26, in reply to "Hylton's red"

      It looked a clear red at the time and I still think it's a red from the replays. We'd want it given if it was the other way round.

      Where the ref let us down was in allowing a lot to be done against Hylton throughout. There was one really promising break when Hylton was running free into their half and their man just slid through the back of him nowhere near the ball but no card. Did that lead to the red? No idea but if we appeal that I think it's a risky one to try.

        Re: Hylton's red

        Posted by RonManager on 6/11/2018, 8:32:17, in reply to "Re: Hylton's red"

        You still think red after viewing the Rochdale footage from the other angle?

          Re: Hylton's red

          Posted by Mahatma Gander on 6/11/2018, 8:51:08, in reply to "Re: Hylton's red"

          Yes, based on three separate angles I think it would be risky to appeal that.

            Re: Hylton's red

            Posted by RonManager on 6/11/2018, 9:06:25, in reply to "Re: Hylton's red"

            I agree it's a risky appeal because the vast majority of appeals fail, but I do think the players reactions led to the red card rather than the severity of the challenge.

              Re: Hylton's red

              Posted by Mahatma Gander on 6/11/2018, 9:19:05, in reply to "Re: Hylton's red"

              Yes, no doubt about it but there wasn't much complaint from us and Hylton seemed to know immediately he was in trouble.

              One thing that did occur to me about how happy refs seem to be to give our players cards in recent years was that the Rochdale player's reaction wasn't dissimilar to McGeehan's booking at Pompey! And I think it's reasonable to suggest he was slightly more injured than the Rochdale player despite the fact that the Rochdale man went through an agonising recovery lasting several minutes . . .

        Re: Hylton's red

        Posted by Solingen Hatter on 5/11/2018, 19:17:54, in reply to "Hylton's red"

        I didn't think it a red either, nowhere near. He was sent off because his name is Danny Hylton.

          Re: Hylton's red

          Posted by Since 74 on 5/11/2018, 18:37:57, in reply to "Hylton's red"

          He had no control as he went in=maybe more stupid than vicious but red every day of the week

            Re: Hylton's red

            Posted by scout on 5/11/2018, 19:34:09, in reply to "Re: Hylton's red"

            It was a bit harsh but his studs were showing and he is Danny Hylton who officials cant wait to send off, got no chance of it being overturned we never get good decisions.

              Re: Hylton's red

              Posted by Balarmory on 5/11/2018, 18:56:35, in reply to "Re: Hylton's red"

              Neither did their player, both had the same intention to win the ball & the ball was there to be one. It wasn't reckless, or aggressive. If refs are told to give reds for not winning a 50/50 and catching the opposition then OK, but I don't believe that's the case. Unfortunately, appealing when the player has a reputation within the game like DH means a fair outcome seems unlikely. Every time I watch it it's harsh and not a red.

                Re: Hylton's red

                Posted by RonManager on 5/11/2018, 18:59:20, in reply to "Re: Hylton's red"

                Just watched it, from that angle he is unlucky to be sent off, another day another ref , yellow at best.Be suprised if we don't appeal that.

                  Re: Hylton's red

                  Posted by deeuu on 5/11/2018, 19:01:44, in reply to "Re: Hylton's red"



                    Re: Hylton's red

                    Posted by deeuu on 5/11/2018, 19:03:14, in reply to "Re: Hylton's red"

                    Just an everyday tackle, not even yellow

                      Re: Hylton's red

                      Posted by D on 5/11/2018, 19:13:58, in reply to "Re: Hylton's red"

                      Off the ground though and could be deemed out of control

                        Re: Hylton's red

                        Posted by Godders on 5/11/2018, 19:41:28, in reply to "Re: Hylton's red"

                        That must be it.

                        Otherwise, I'm at a complete loss as to why the ref gave a red.

                          Re: Hylton's red

                          Posted by The Outsider on 5/11/2018, 19:50:20, in reply to "Re: Hylton's red"

                          I'm at a complete loss as to why the ref gave a red.

                          Because Henderson was banging his hand on the ground as if he would never be able to play football again ?

                          Because of the reaction of the other Rochdale players ?

                          Because it was Danny Hylton - most likely reason with the above two just convincing the ref even more.

                          It's the same with Shinnie being the only other player to be shown a card yet there were far worse tackles after that.

                            Re: Hylton's red

                            Posted by The Orange Salopian on 6/11/2018, 8:13:38, in reply to "Re: Hylton's red"

                            Spot on L. Henderson reacted as if he had broken his leg, in fact he made more fuss than Luke Berry did when he broke his leg last season.

                            It's an unfortunate part off the modern game but players are happy to get fellow professionals sent off to gain an advantage.

                              Re: Hylton's red

                              Posted by bbb on 5/11/2018, 22:35:16, in reply to "Re: Hylton's red"

                              As per, you are correct mate.

                              Totally agree.

                                Re: Hylton's red

                                Posted by kkk on 5/11/2018, 20:24:29, in reply to "Re: Hylton's red"


                                http://members.boardhost.com/lutonoutlaws/msg/1541263079.html

                                  Re: Hylton's red

                                  Posted by Godders on 5/11/2018, 20:16:22, in reply to "Re: Hylton's red"

                                  Fair enough - although I don't remember seeing the Shinnie booking.

                                    Re: Hylton's red

                                    Posted by D on 5/11/2018, 19:53:43, in reply to "Re: Hylton's red"

                                    Shinnie’s booking was an absolute joke. If cards were issued continually for fouls like that then games will be finisheing 8 men aside

                                      Re: Hylton's red

                                      Posted by The Outsider on 5/11/2018, 19:55:59, in reply to "Re: Hylton's red"

                                      When he booked him I remarked that if the ref was going to yellow card him for that he would be showing a lot more yellows yet there wasn't another one at all.

                                        Re: Hylton's red

                                        Posted by kkk on 5/11/2018, 20:58:40, in reply to "Re: Hylton's red"


                                        he wasnt inconsistent, he gave everything Rochdale's way. The 2 cards were only for luton, dale did the same nothing ! Its over , onwards and upwards !

                                          Re: Hylton's red

                                          Posted by D on 5/11/2018, 20:33:40, in reply to "Re: Hylton's red"

                                          The ref was incredibly inconsistent

                          Re: Hylton's red

                          Posted by ollerton hatter on 5/11/2018, 18:42:02, in reply to "Re: Hylton's red"

                          Not looking at the Rochdale site.

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