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Sunday, April 01, 2007

Spurs win five on bounce plus goals

Spurs beat Reading today thanks to a Robbie Keane penalty five minutes or so before half time. See the handball and goal below.

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  • Goals



    Anonymous Anonymous said...

    Why is this being called a "controversial penalty"? Steve Coppell has also had a bit to say about it. To my mind the player simply reaches out and grabs the ball. That's a penalty!

    8:10 AM, April 02, 2007

    Anonymous Anonymous said...

    I agree. Steve Coppell has said that he is disappointed with the 'controversial penalty' and also that on another day they would have got something from the game. Yeah right - on another day you would have got done 6-0.

    8:34 AM, April 02, 2007

    Anonymous sydney wale said...

    I agree. If it hits your hand in the area it's a penalty. All this 'hand to ball, ball to hand' rubbish is another 'glass half empty half full' argument. It seems that every manager that comes to WEHL has a whinge about bad decisions as if they were expecting to get the points.....a few years ago maybe.

    1:06 AM, April 04, 2007


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