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The disallowed "goal" v Mansfield

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Having looked again on Blues World it appears to have been disallowed for the ball going out of play. The linesman has his flag out horizontally, meaning a goal kick.

Gray had to head it - I don't think he would have reached it with his feet. It was a full length diving header.

Anyhow, when the ball comes out, Lewis Hunt drives it back, Dudfield shoots, and the keeper pushes it wide. At this point Eastwood, who is off the pitch, knocks it back and Duds pokes it in.

Now, lets say that it WAS out of play. Why was that not a corner? It was a clear save by Pilkington.

We wuz robbed!

 
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