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    I've noticed refs like to let an attack complete before blowing the whistle, even if it is after the allotted injury time. This is what happened in the Liverpool game last night. As soon as the attack broke down and United began moving the ball out, he blew his whistle. Same if you get a corner at the end of injury time. You are always allowed to take it and try and convert, even if its past the scheduled injury time.

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      I've noticed refs like to let an attack complete before blowing the whistle, even if it is after the allotted injury time. This is what happened in the Liverpool game last night. As soon as the attack broke down and United began moving the ball out, he blew his whistle. Same if you get a corner at the end of injury time. You are always allowed to take it and try and convert, even if its past the scheduled injury time.
      Not if you're Clive Thomas.
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      Not if you're Clive Thomas.
      Note how far back in time you have to go to find a non bent ref with the courage of his convictions

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      Note how far back in time you have to go to find a non bent ref with the courage of his convictions

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      I don't think it was anything to do with having the 'courage of his convictions'. Thomas was an officious twit who loved a bit of controversy and attention, so chalking off a "winner" for Brazil in a World Cup because he below the whistle as the ball came over from the injury time corner he'd awarded was right up his strasa.

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      I've noticed refs like to let an attack complete before blowing the whistle, even if it is after the allotted injury time. This is what happened in the Liverpool game last night. As soon as the attack broke down and United began moving the ball out, he blew his whistle. Same if you get a corner at the end of injury time. You are always allowed to take it and try and convert, even if its past the scheduled injury time.
      That was quite interesting: seeing if Fergie Time or Kloppage Time would win out in the end.


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      I've noticed refs like to let an attack complete before blowing the whistle, even if it is after the allotted injury time. This is what happened in the Liverpool game last night. As soon as the attack broke down and United began moving the ball out, he blew his whistle. Same if you get a corner at the end of injury time. You are always allowed to take it and try and convert, even if its past the scheduled injury time.
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