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Exeter City vs Barrow Matchday Thread

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Not many people on this thread during the game. Where was everyone?
Praying mostly.
 

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Great to see the players in Timepiece and thoroughly enjoying the moment.
 

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Not convinced anyone touched the ball from the throw-in for Barrow's first goal, in which case it ought to have been disallowed.
 

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On way back to Blighty via Sydney airport - baggage has city scarves around wrists - journeys gonna be a lot more relaxing now… UTC!
 

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Not convinced anyone touched the ball from the throw-in for Barrow's first goal, in which case it ought to have been disallowed.
It hit the post, rebounded back on to Cam and in.
 

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It hit the post, rebounded back on to Cam and in.
Hard to be certain on the basis of that footage, but it looks to me like it bounces in off the inside of the post.
 

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Hard to be certain on the basis of that footage, but it looks to me like it bounces in off the inside of the post.
It isn't clear from that camara position but from the Stanno Stand it was clear that it hit the post, then Cam and in to the back of the net. Hard to criticise a goalkeeper for doing what he instinctively should do, dive after the ball, but with no touch from the throw in, Cam could have stayed on his feet and it would have bounced back to him off the post. If it had gone in it would have been a goal kick as no one had played it from the throw.

Anyway, didn't matter in the end 🙂
 

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Hard to be certain on the basis of that footage, but it looks to me like it bounces in off the inside of the post.
I knew it was a valid goal when I saw Cam’s reaction - he was furious and kicked the ball back to the halfway line in anger. He wouldn’t have done that if he was certain it hadn’t touched him.
 

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What an amazing interview from Matt Taylor; incredibly generous.
And from Matt Jay. One of the most moving things I’ve seen was at the end of MJ’s interview, when the young lad interviewing him said “one last thing…….thank you” and gave him a massive hug. What a wonderful way to end the interview, that’s something I’ll never forget. Well done to that young man.
 

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What a day up the city!

also based on Phil Browns tan, I’m off to Barrow for summer hols. State of the fella
 
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