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The Right Result Say 4-2 Win To Everton

The Right Result Say 4-2 Win To Everton

STOKE CITY v EVERTON - Leon caught

Sunday 14 September 2008

The biggest threat to Everton on their first Premier League trip to Stoke City was the prodigious throw-ins by Rory Delap, but it was an illegal use of the arm by Potters defender Leon Cort that enraged the visitors. Having lost a two-goal advantage, it seemed that Everton had been awarded a penalty when referee Alan Wiley pointed to the spot. However, his assistant Glenn Turner immediately flagged for an Everton free-kick. Following consultation, it was the free-kick that was awarded despite that fact that TV replays clearly showed that the handball took place inside the area and the big City centre-back could not have commited any other offence.

The Right Result is a 4-2 win to Everton.

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Writer:Site Staff
Date:Monday September 15 2008
Time: 3:15PM

Comments

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C****p!
BoothenP
15/09/2008 20:27:00
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Everton fully derservedthe win and should have had a pen.
Tiny T
17/09/2008 18:00:00
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well the ref now seems to think so as he's prepared to stand up for David Moyes!
merlin
17/09/2008 20:40:00
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what a pill of cack. Yeah Everton should of had a pen. Nowt wrong with Fullers goal tho the bit wuss. Also Arteta should of been sent off for the tackle on on Griffin and Stoke should of had a penalty that most people missed...including the tv camera's but most people in the boothern saw. It was handball that led to the corner that sorrenson came up for. 5-4 for stoke
stokiedazza
18/09/2008 01:05:00
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