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Jamie Sneddon Penalty Save

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4 minutes ago, Jimmy McD said:

That's the 3rd game Camallain no goals recorded,... you are down to filming penalties ,what is it next game .Throwins..LOL....

looks that way :thumbdown:

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Watching the save back, Jamie moves to his right three or four times and that's the way the ball is put. Wonder if that's a deliberate tactic? :thinking: Cos it worked. :clapping:

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1 hour ago, scotty said:

Watching the save back, Jamie moves to his right three or four times and that's the way the ball is put. Wonder if that's a deliberate tactic? :thinking: Cos it worked. :clapping:

I think you're right. Most keepers just flap their arms around and try to look big in the centre of the goal line, but dancing repeatedly over to one side the way Sneddon did seems more likely to get the guy who's taking the kick thinking and maybe even worrying slightly more about what the goalie wants or expects him to do.

On a related point, am I right in thinking that Mayo has been the "culprit" for the last three consecutive penalties given against us?

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Terrific save by young Sneddon and very much man of the match with Tunji up there also .Thought he also gave a very nice wee talk at full time in the Alan Rough hospitality suite …a fine representative for PTFC and a key linchpin for better days(and points) ahead .

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