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Niall_The_Miller
07-09-2008, 20:13
For any of you who took an interest the last time I took a pen against two 'keepers and missed, here's another treat for you, but with a different outcome!


1) Leighton Leonard is brought down by Colin Calderwood, and the Stevenage 'keeper is given a straight red...

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2) Leonard dispatches the penalty (this time), sending the keepers the, erm, same way.

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3) They pick the ball out of the net...

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4) And as Leonard celebrates with the fans, the two 'keepers wonder how they didn't save the pen between them...

http://img411.imageshack.us/my.php?image=rotherhamvstevenagepitcra2.png

Ched
07-09-2008, 20:15
Is this just the bug where the "blob" for a sent off player isn't removed?

NepentheZ
07-09-2008, 20:29
Is this just the bug where the "blob" for a sent off player isn't removed?

No. Its where the Keeper is subbed on for an outfield player, as an outfield player is also put in goal for the keeper that was sent off. The sub shouldn't really happen until after the Pen, but happens before, leaving 2 people in goal until the re-start.

Ched
07-09-2008, 20:34
No. Its where the Keeper is subbed on for an outfield player, as an outfield player is also put in goal for the keeper that was sent off. The sub shouldn't really happen until after the Pen, but happens before, leaving 2 people in goal until the re-start.

lol awesome. In which case bloody well done scoring!

I'm guessing it's fairly rare as i don't recall seeing it.

Niall_The_Miller
07-09-2008, 20:37
Ched - no.

What happens is, the 'keeper gets himself sent off, and the minute the ref shows him the red card one of the outfield players (in this case the right back, I think) automatically becomes 'keeper (and transforms into a goalkeeper's jersey) because I'm guessing there has to be a 'keeper on field at all times (ever needed a late goal and hoped to throw everyone up for a last ditch corner to grab a dramatic winner? You can't as somebody must remain in goal). The right back takes his place in goal for the pen, but then the manager makes a substitution and brings an(other) outfield player off for the substitute 'keeper, who also takes his place in goal for the pen. Both the right back and the sub keeper, therefore, are in goal for the resultant pen.

When play resumes in the next chance, the right back returns to outfield, the sub keeper remains in goal and everything is back to normal.

Edit - Posted without looking at NepentheZ's reply - he summed it up much better than I did!

SCIAG
07-09-2008, 20:37
:D That's quality.

Ranjith
08-09-2008, 14:13
Add this in the bugs forum in the same thread as where you posted the last one please.

Goofus
08-09-2008, 14:29
Those two must have been absolute stinkers!!