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Re: Match 10 Discussion: York City (A)
Posted by: Matt34
Date: 14/09/2016 21:32
Hughes' situation highlights how such challenges are giving referees the chance to make the decision, whether it's right or wrong. He was at most worth a yellow, but the York players made the most of it ganging up on the referee and the Tranmere players got a bit too involved after that as well, but at least it wasn't a slug fest as these things can sometimes become, but Hughes' reaction was unwise and he shouldn't have tried to lean into an opposition player.

The point keeps Tranmere in touch relative to the other teams and although I was pleased that Stephenson was used and hopefully will continue to be used, I'm was surprised Ethan Jones was not given a run out, as you lose Jennings to injury, bring in someone else and don't use him.

Often many managers standard practice is to loan in players when injuries occur and give them a run out straight away, so hopefully he will get a chance, as it doesn't sound great when a manager eulogises about a new charge then neglects to use them, but it was only his first week, so maybe he'll get a run out soon.

In the circumstances not a bad point, but maybe could have been 3. Still in touch with the top so I'm still relatively okay with things at this moment.

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