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post #1 of 27 (permalink) Old August 28th, 2005, 18:32 Thread Starter
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Bahrain and WC2006

Do you guys think bahrain will be able to pull it off?
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post #2 of 27 (permalink) Old August 30th, 2005, 10:13
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I maybe think not!! but you cant know anything can happen in FOOTBALL

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They've had problems scoring without 3ala2 7ubail, and their form has dipped since losing Sidka. So it will be very difficult for them.

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Ya, its too hard for them this time!!

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Well, Bahrain lost the first leg 1-0. They could've lost more. It is slipping away from them.

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They were sh!t yesterday but I think its always the way for any team plays in a sh!thole like Uzbekstan.

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You know What!!, I feel when Bahrain when they play home at Wednesday, They will win.. Thats what I feel and If they win, they are going to play against the team who places at 4th at the North, Central America and the Carribean.
It can be Guatemala or Trinidad and Tobago or it just depends who it going to be the 4th

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post #8 of 27 (permalink) Old September 4th, 2005, 16:11
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Referee committed big mistake during Uzbekistan-Bahrein match.
He didn't show red card for the Bahreinese defender, then, it is right, that he didn't jusge the well taken penalty for the 1st time, coz 1 player entered to the penalty area before the shot was taken. But he should have demanded to repeat it, not free kick for Bahrein????
It was a simple cheating IMO.
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That's because of a FIFA rule change. Instead of ordering a re-take for encroachment, they give an indirect free kick.

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I feel Bahrain can beat Uzbekistan Next Match!!

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Referee committed big mistake during Uzbekistan-Bahrein match.
He didn't show red card for the Bahreinese defender, then, it is right, that he didn't jusge the well taken penalty for the 1st time, coz 1 player entered to the penalty area before the shot was taken. But he should have demanded to repeat it, not free kick for Bahrein????
It was a simple cheating IMO.
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That's because of a FIFA rule change. Instead of ordering a re-take for encroachment, they give an indirect free kick.
Are you sure? I've not heard of this yet... got any source?

On another note, has anyone got a movie of this incident? It must look very 'funny'...

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After squandering other good scoring chances, they were denied a second goal in bizarre circumstances when Japanese referee Toshimitsu Yoshida disallowed Server Djeparov's successful spot-kick six minutes before the break. The referee ruled that Anvarjon Soliev had encroached into the penalty box and awarded Bahrain a free-kick, rather than ordering a retake.
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On another note, has anyone got a movie of this incident? It must look very 'funny'...
I've seen it on TV but I can vaguely remember the incident. I'll post it if I find it on the web
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I've seen it on TV but I can vaguely remember the incident. I'll post it if I find it on the web
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Well there's a lot of upset that incident, and it should be very harsh for the Uzbeks if they're really 'robbed', it could be a very important moment... who knows what happens in the return match.
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Knoert,

That's what I've been told. I haven't researched it myself.

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Breaking news...

FIFA has decided to replay the game!

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That's what I've been told. I haven't researched it myself.

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Breaking news...

FIFA has decided to replay the game!
It was just a question, no offence .

:eekani: , replay, really?

That's quite shocking news, it this an advance for Uzbekistan, or for Bahrain? In the end... Bahrain lost the game...
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Yep...

http://edition.cnn.com/2005/SPORT/fo...ahrain.replay/

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It's official, dates of the replays are 8 October in Tashkent, and 12 October in Manama.

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MANAMA – Last Saturday's AFC Play-off between Uzbekistan and Bahrain has been declared invalid by FIFA, the world's governing body, due to a technical error by the referee.

An emergency meeting of the Bureau of of the 2006 FIFA World Cup Organising Commitee on Monday evening ruled that Japanese referee Toshimitsu Yoshida erred in ruling out a successful Uzbekistan penalty in the 39th minute and awarding Bahrain an indirect free-kick instead for encroachment by an Uzbek player as the kick was taken.

The commitee ruled that this was a 'technical error' since the Laws of the Game state that, in such circumstances, the kick must be retaken.

The decision was made by the the Bureau and was communicated to both teams in the early hours of Tuesday morning following a formal protest by the Uzbekistan Football Federation.

After the game, which ended 1-0 to Uzbekistan, the Uzbekistan Football Federation (UFF) lodged a formal complaint to FIFA, requesting the game be cancelled and awarded to Uzbekistan 3-0. This was rejcted by the committee.

"The bureau, taking into consideration that the referee in the match in question had indeed committed a technical error, established that, as a consequence, the match needed to be replayed," read a statement from FIFA.

"The protest put forward by the Uzbekistan team for the match...to be considered a forfeit with a 3-0 result is rejected."

The decision was taken by Lennart Johannson, Chairman of the 2006 World Cup Organising Committee, Julio Grondona, Deputy Chairman of the 2006 World Cup Organising Committee, Dr Mong Joon Chung, FIFA Vice-President and AFC Executive Member, and Urs Linsi, FIFA General Secretary.

The first leg of the the game will now be played on October 8 in Tashkent. The second leg of the game, scheduled for Wednesday night in Manama, has also been cancelled and will be instead be played on October 12.

The winners of the match will advance to a play-off in November with the fourth-placed team in the CONCACAF qualifying competition. The winner of this two-leg encounter will qualify for next year's World Cup.

Neither Bahrain, who finished in third place in Group B of the Asian Qualifiers, and Uzbekistan, who finished third in Group A, have ever played at the FIFA World Cup Finals.

Saudi Arabia, Iran, Japan and Korea Republic have already booked their spots at Germany 2006 as the the Asian qualifiers.
Barking mad! FIFA have totally lost the plot.

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post #18 of 27 (permalink) Old September 6th, 2005, 09:56
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LOL Thats ridiculous! FIFA are so corrupt.

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Hopefully this become a trend so Jordan can appeal to replay the game against Iran because they were too good for us

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post #20 of 27 (permalink) Old September 6th, 2005, 18:58
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I think it makes sense

Imagine if Bahrain were to win on Wednesday 2-0!! Imagine the criticism.
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