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Chris McSorley wrong cards themselves

Chris McSorley leaves the spirits. The Servette-followers revere him, many others despise him because of his sometimes, we write times, unusual methods. A Sampl

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Chris McSorley wrong cards themselves

Chris McSorley leaves the spirits. The Servette-followers revere him, many others despise him because of his sometimes, we write times, unusual methods. A Sample of his repertoire, the Coach of the Geneva offered on Saturday evening, as he had 139 seconds before the end of the game against Bern by the arbitrators to the floor Beat Gerber's control. The shot went to the back of Gerber's work was as correctly estimated, instead of the SCB-defender Jack Skille had to take on the criminal bench. The visitors had, in consequence, no problems, save the 2:1 lead over time.

McSorley would be McSorley, he would come to insight, to have the arc for once spanned. Instead, he expressed his Anger in an Interview with the Swiss television: "The floor was clearly illegal, the referee made a bad error in the Art of measuring".

floor in the stencil pressed

According to the rule, the blade must be between 5 and 7.62 centimeters high. "The template was a little smaller, only 7.5 inches high, so we tried to push the stick in, and it worked," said Michael Tscherrig, one of the two Head referees. McSorley not complained, the floor was legal, otherwise he would be gegleitet without pressure in the Opening.

The Zampano at the Geneva gang had, of course, except for eight that Servette as the hosts turned an obsolete gauge. The Impartial would be able to punish Gerber only if the stock blade would clearly have been too high. "The rule is: If you can't measure the floor, he will be regarded as illegal, the player is no longer allowed to use it. But there is no team a penalty.

But if it can be pressed at 7.5 inches, he would have fit in a 7.62 anyway," said Marc Wiegand, and the other Head-referee. For once wrong cards McSorley and his Team against the Caps was a bear to service. (Tages-Anzeiger.ch/Newsnet)

Created: 17.03.2019, 03:52 PM

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