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Should the back of the goal nets be pegged down?

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element

Fear [is] the key.....
Jan 28, 2009
1,887
Local
I like sitting in my seat before games and watching the warm-up and kick-in. It would appear that when balls are hit into the back of the match nets, the 'frame' round the base of the net lifts a little? It seems to be happening in both goals, and makes me wonder if this is not in compliance with some rule? There is the possibility that in a goal-mouth melee, a player might end up in the goal, accidently lift the 'frame', and a strike into the goal may not register, as the ball could just go under the raised, unpegged, frame? Just a thought like...
 


surrey jim

Not in Surrey
Aug 2, 2005
17,694
Bevendean
Believe in a palace game number of years back (v Bristol city if I remember correctly) the ball hit frame at back of goal, bounced back out and no goal was given.
 

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