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Author Topic: Rovers v MK Dons- 25/10/14- Darren Handley  (Read 1723 times)

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The Red Baron

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Rovers v MK Dons- 25/10/14- Darren Handley
« on October 20, 2014, 06:37:37 pm by The Red Baron »
Doncaster Rovers FC (First Team) v Milton Keynes Dons FC (First Team)
Football League 1
Referee: Handley, Darren
Assistant Referee: Kettlewell, Paul
Assistant Referee: Wild, Richard
Fourth Official: Lucas, Simeon


Filo

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Re: Rovers v MK Dons- 25/10/14- Darren Handley
« Reply #1 on October 25, 2014, 05:29:11 pm by Filo »
Well, if we thought Tuesdays handball was a stonewaller, todays three were more than that, dreadful referee!

Dagenham Rover

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Re: Rovers v MK Dons- 25/10/14- Darren Handley
« Reply #2 on October 25, 2014, 05:35:32 pm by Dagenham Rover »
awful performance

IDM

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Re: Rovers v MK Dons- 25/10/14- Darren Handley
« Reply #3 on October 26, 2014, 09:43:36 am by IDM »
Poor, can just about forgive the handballs as they were all very quick - apart from the MK handball just before Butler got booked.

Played on when we had no advantage, but blew for a foul when Tyson was through.

Crap for both teams.

The Red Baron

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Re: Rovers v MK Dons- 25/10/14- Darren Handley
« Reply #4 on October 26, 2014, 11:31:50 am by The Red Baron »
I thought he started off OK but completely lost the plot after his failure to play advantage. He doesn't seem to allow any contact at all so was constantly whistling for the most insignificant of challenges.

He and Stevie Wonder (the chap with the flag on the West Stand side) missed a clear handball by Grigg before the foul by Butler on the edge of the box. Then his delayed booking of Butler suggested that the MK players had persuaded him to produce the card. It made him look weak, which is what he was.

Grigg (who dives more than Tom Daley) should have been in the book early on for his antics. MK are a snide outfit, in the image of their manager, and a stronger referee would have dealt with them more firmly.

idler

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Re: Rovers v MK Dons- 25/10/14- Darren Handley
« Reply #5 on October 26, 2014, 12:27:20 pm by idler »
 :that:

 

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