Point noted Boris. I was merely emphasising that the term is a matter of personal choice as opposed to a right or wrong and have yet to see or hear any evidence to the contrary. Some people use it and some dont. That said, enough said im moving on LOL.Boris wrote:Its general knowledge to not aim pass backs towards goal
G_Man and Strass, stop your feuding please.
Of course there was an element of bad luck in it, because it's quite obvious that Paul Robinson would have cleared that withought the divot, so it was not 100% bad decision. Saying that though, the reason any shots go in is because they're on target (albeit after a deflection sometimes). Same goes with Neville's backpass. It went in because it was on target, simple as that.strass71 wrote:Would it have been a poor decision if the ball had been cleared? If you pass the ball back to your goal keeper and he takes a swipe and misses and it goes in, is that a poor decision by you or a bad mistake by the goal keeper or both. What if that was the only direction for the pass available to you because of pressure from opposing players does that still make it a poor decision?
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