Alternative to penalty shootout?
#11
Many greatest moments in world football are PK shootouts; though everyone criticizes it, everyone also seems to enjoy it too. Big Grin


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#12
(05-25-2012, 06:57 PM)GeoTav Wrote: Blatter, Blatter, Blatter ...

He talks about the PK when nobody cares about that and nobody never ever complained about the penalties (well, sometimes, some people say it's cruel to decide a game with the PK, but generally, the ones saying that are the ones who lost, when they win, they are happy to have win thanks to the penalties) ...

Why does he want to create a false "problem" ?

To avoid the question of the new technology in football, it's as simple as that ...

exactly this!
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#13
The only reason Blatter is looking for an alternative to penalties is because an English team won on penalties.
If Bayern had one or Real or Barca a final on penalties you wouldnt have heard this complaint, in my opinion.

In normal time refs can decide who gets a penalty or not. A penalty shoot out takes any control out of uefa and refs hands, which is what makes penalties very fair.
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#14
(05-25-2012, 06:57 PM)GeoTav Wrote: Blatter, Blatter, Blatter ...

He talks about the PK when nobody cares about that and nobody never ever complained about the penalties (well, sometimes, some people say it's cruel to decide a game with the PK, but generally, the ones saying that are the ones who lost, when they win, they are happy to have win thanks to the penalties) ...

Why does he want to create a false "problem" ?

To avoid the question of the new technology in football, it's as simple as that ...

Completely agree. I like shoot-out very much.
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