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All I can think and have seen is individuals do not obey instructions from security officers (men or women).

Around 14 years ago, boys stood on chairs to sing and quarrel with Gold Coast supporters in Suncorp stadium. The old female officer called few policemen to expel these juveniles from the stadium immediately.

Around 8 years ago, I saw a bloke excaped from 4 to 5 police officers when they wanted to arrest this tattooed strong guy in Amii Park stadium. That was the year when Melbourne City won the FFA Cup. That means year 2016.

I think some people do not know that if people do not obey officers’ or security officers’ instruction, they will call police.

How do A-League fans convince police that passion is not a crime?

Read this:

A-League fans stage walkout after police trouble as officers are accused of ‘shoving kids around for singing songs’ in ugly scenes

https://www.dailymail.co.uk/sport/football/article-13151671/Football-fans-stage-walk-police-trouble-Brisbane-Roar.html

Watch this:

What really happened in the Den yesterday?

How do A-League fans convince police that passion is not a crime?

A-Leagues webpage is updating the web-site and files. So, many old news become recent news.

This news is 6 years ago. I read and found that Tony Sage is the owner in the report.

The Roar's A-League Men tips and predictions: Round 19

Thank!

I have just re-watched the video on Paramount+.

The incident happend at 87:04 (the match timer), or 01:39:59 (the video timer of Paramount+’s tape). At that time, there seems that there might be a contact because Kuol is nearer the camera than Valadon (image overlapping). And Victory’s goalie just pulled Kuol up (a knowing his diving gesture) immediately after (87:09 of the match timer).

At 87:26 (01:40:21 of the video tape), there is a small video window at the lower-right corner of the video play back. In this small window, it is still images overlapping of the two players.

At 88:29 (01:41:24 of the video), the main referee ran to watch the VAR replays.

At 88:56 to 88:59 (01:41:51 to 01:41:54 of the video), there are two video windows. And there is reverse playing. Kuol just fell in front of Kuol.

At 89:00 (01:41:55 of the video), there are two video windows. Of the right side window of the two windows, one might think Valadon’s left leg might have contact with Kuol’s left leg. But that is not for sure.

Most importantly, at 01:43:06 there is a video play back of an angle from the CCM’s attacking direction. We can see Izzo is look at them. The red shirt referee is close and looking at them. It can be seen that Kuol just falls without foot-tripping or big hand pushing by Valadon.

At 01:43:04 of the video, was there a contact? Valadon’s right foot was 2 feet away from Kuol’s left foot. I can judge “no contact”.

At 01:43:07 of the video, the camera is pointing at the back of the two players. And absolutely there is no contact. At that moment, the shortest distance between Valadon’s right hand is at least one foot away from Kuol’s waist. How can there be contact?

At 01:43:07 of the video, Kuol has passed Valadon. Even, if there might be very slight contact, it is initiated by Kuol, not Valadon.

Pause the video at 01:43:14, it can be judged that Kuol is not tripped or pushed by Valadon.

Actually, the original yellow card given to Valadon was wrong. Probably, the VAR reminded the main referee that the yellow card punishment was not correct because Kuol could have a one-on-one situation with Izo (the goal keeper). Should that be, Kuol’s chance of scoring was taken away by Valadon.

The Central Coast Mariners are a reminder of what's good about the A-League Men

Every week we see how bad and rubbish the Australian referees and VAR are. I have been saying rubbish consecutively 4 weeks in a row.

For this fourth time, it is the Kuol’s dive incident. Of which, Jordi Valadon was sent off by a red card punishment.

This is rubbish because the VAR was not able to use their more better than my computer and sophisticated systemt to see that Kuol fell without any contact with Valadon. Why we can watch in Paramount+ that Kuol dived while main referee and VAR cannot?

The Central Coast Mariners are a reminder of what's good about the A-League Men

For years, I do not know how to say this kind of trick of gaining a penalty is cheating.

However, suddenly, the right idea has come to mind.

In this case, Gabriel Cleur was in possession of the ball while Ronald Barcellos came from behind to try to get the ball not in his possession. Then, how could Barcellos’ chance of scoring have been taken away.

When an attacker, in possession of the ball is tripped down by a defender in the box, the attacker’s chance of scoring is taken away, Then, to punish, a penalty of spot kick is given to the attacker’s side.

In this case, Barcellos was not in possession of the ball and his chance of scoring was not taken away.

Bruno-less Victory fire blanks, Pelligra Group hope to restore Glory days, was Rudan ban appropriate?

In the 82th minute of the match CCM vs WSW, Ronald Barcellos ran from behind to pass Gabriel Cleur and then fell down in front of Gabriel Cleur in the box. In such a case, how could Cleur know someone was running from behind to overtake him? How could this be a penalty?

Was the main referee rubbish?

Was the VAR rubbish?

Yeah, Rudan may have had bad behaviour. However, sonsecutively WSW is disadvantaged 3 times. And for these three matches, Mac vs WSW, WSW vs Jets, and CCM vs WSW, the main referees and VARs are rubblish.

Would you please take a look at what you have done please?

Bruno-less Victory fire blanks, Pelligra Group hope to restore Glory days, was Rudan ban appropriate?

Haha

Shove your blue cards where the sun doesn't shine, football - the game is already over-officiated

Referees are not doing good in yellow and red card judgement. Why then add another unnecessary blud card?

What is the theory behind blue card? What blue card aims to do?

Shove your blue cards where the sun doesn't shine, football - the game is already over-officiated

For being merely a Roar fan, one should think BRFC vs SFC in grand finale.

The A-League is enjoying a purple patch and we're all the beneficiaries

SFC v BRFC grand final…? 2024?

What makes you think that?

The A-League is enjoying a purple patch and we're all the beneficiaries

Brisbane Roar led 1-0 just after 1 minute and 42 seconds.

No feeling! Is this luck?

Then, in the 30th minute, Waddingham has his first A-league goal in a smart way.

Can someone tell me the background of O’Shea’s “penguin walk” in goal celebration? Is this his routine?

Then screamed when it was 4-0 and 5-0.

What difference is this lining-up and the one in the match losing 1-8 to the same team. Melbourne City?

Answer: mainly, the coach, the goal keeper, the absence of Aldred, and hosting (not away).

The Roar's A-League Men tips and predictions: Round 16

The Roar's A-League Men tips and predictions: Round 16

What I have heard is not just about not playing without injury. Most of the journalists have not written the below.

Messi hid away from shaking hand with the Chief Executive of Hong Kong while other of his team members did.

The Chief Executive of Hong Kong, Lee Ka-chiu, is pushing forward the legislation under Article 23 of Basic Law of Hong Kong.

Messi showed many other gestures to demean other government officials, the match organizers and fans in Hong Kong.

Messi has always been connected to politics. He wants to be a Jew. Remember?

Argentina friendly in China cancelled amid outrage over Messi exhibition match snub

1st bad:

Even I watch the video replay with my computer, I can tell that the ball is unlikely to have crossed the line. Why the VAR team, with more sophisticated instrument could not make a decidsion on whether or not the ball has crossed the line?

For me it is easy to see that the ball has not totally crossed the line.

2nd bad:

If the VAR team could not made up their mind as to whether or not the ball has crossed the line, why would not they ask (through radio) the main referee to watch the video replay at the side of the field?

Wanderers play victims again as Rudan launches childish, Trump-like conspiracy theories

Why the VAR team did not ask the main referee to watch the video replay at the side of the field?

Wanderers play victims again as Rudan launches childish, Trump-like conspiracy theories

Just minutes ago, 1:41 pm of 6 Feb 2024, I re-watch the incident involving the 7th goal of the match Macarthur vs WSW.

I still do not think the ball has crossed the line.

When Lawrence Thomas handled the ball, the ball was moving away from the goal.

Thus, I still think the VAR was not good.

I fully understand that the thinkness of the post is larger than the thickness of the base-line. Still, from the video, I do not think the ball has passed the base-line.

In Paramount Plus, the main referee has not gone to the TV at side of the field to watch any video replay. This in not a good practice. Should the main referee has watch the video replay at the side of the field, he may have a different judgement.

If the VAR team was not sure, why wouldn’t they call the main referee to go to have a watch on the TV at the side of the field.

If VAR cannot distinguish goal or no goal, then there must be “goal-line technology” on top VAR. If “goal-line technology” is needed, it is contradictory to the original purpose of VAR.

For the paragraph right above, let me cite the first category of decisions according to Wikipedia. It says: “Goal/no goal – attacking team commits an offence, ball out of play, ball entering goal, offside, handball, offences and encroachment during penalty kicks.”

It is written “…ball entering goal…”. Does this mean only “ball entering goal” is to be reviewed while “ball not entering goal” is not to be reviewed? Crazy!

The VAR team in this match was bad.

Wanderers play victims again as Rudan launches childish, Trump-like conspiracy theories

There are always newer generations of fans in soccer and in discussion or debate of the play of soccer and Socceroos.

Australia is a mature enough nation in discussion.

Are we a mature enough football nation to honestly discuss the Socceroos?

I said in other blogs here in The Roar that Arnold did not make the better substition. However, I do not want him to quit. I just want him to learn.

When Arnold was the care taker of Socceroos decades ago, he failed. Despite that, he coached better, even much better, in the last World Cup finals (2022).

Hope he learns.

What might have been: Socceroos valiant in defeat as missed chances, not Arnold, to blame

After the 2015 Asian Cup finale between Korea and Australia, Ange’s father told Ange that there was no need for going to extra time if the substitution was better.

Same as this morning, if Arnold had a better substition, Socceroos could have won South Korea without needing to go to extra time.

'Devastating', 'painful', 'punished': Socceroos OUT of Asian Cup after Miller's moments of madness

Upon Miller losing a penalty, I knew Socceroos would lost the match.
Arnold betted the team could make a win in 90 minutes. So, he substituted 4 players. How could Socceroos score when both Goodwin and Boyle were replaced?
Arnold had no sense of possible extra time.
Arnold should replace only two players in the 90 minutes because it was just 1-0.
Then the other 2 positions of player can be made in extra time.
He forgot that the main Korean players had just rested for two days. Comparing, Socceroo players could afford 90 minutes of tensed play reasonably.
Then, if penalty shoot out happened after extra time, Arnold could play Joe Gauci to confuse the Korean players.
Substituting 4 players in 90 minutes means Arnold betted a regular time win.
Hope Arnold learns.

'Devastating', 'painful', 'punished': Socceroos OUT of Asian Cup after Miller's moments of madness

Adelaide Andy has increased his taxable income again.

Adelaide United keeper Premier League bound after monster Aston Villa transfer deal

Have Socceroos practiced penalties?

Who will be the goal keeper if penalties happen?

The Socceroos aren't the only 'favourite' battling their way through the Asian Cup... It's a bloody hard tournament

I wished Saudi and South Korea would go onto extra time and they did.

This gives Socceroos the big chance to win South Korea in the coming Saturday morning as the battle between South Korea and Saudi must have consumed much of their energy. plus the short turn around for South Korea to rest and recover.

Seems things are going the Socceroos’ way.

Remember to hold the nerve, remembering David Beckham’s red card (1998 vs Argentina) and Wayne Rooney’s red card (2006 match vs Portugal) ruined England’s prospect of winning the WC title. Sven-Goran Eriksson has always maintained that England could have won the 2006 World Cup.

Good luck!

The Socceroos aren't the only 'favourite' battling their way through the Asian Cup... It's a bloody hard tournament

I have to change my prediction as Iraq has been eliminated this morning.

The semi finals should:

Jordan vs Australia

Japan vs Qatar

^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^

The finale should be:

Japan vs Australia

Socceroos finally get Harry's head in the game as they advance to Asian Cup's last eight after early struggles

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