Discussion in 'General Chat' started by winrew, Jan 26, 2015.
Nice one Punter - I was nowhere near that one
It's a team sheet Colbro - not how many on the pitch
A team can name 7 subs ODM - so 16 has some other significance
Hence 8 v 8 is the min number. As soon as there is one red card - the game is abandoned
Thats my logic anyway
but how would you get 16 = MN of P on a FLTS out of that
If that is correct then I am wrong
In which case FLTS is not football league team sheet and we need to think of something else
NO, you're not thinking straight mate - the two things aren't connected. We aren't talking players on a pitch, we're talking players on one team sheet - ie, on one team including subs. If you're right about them being able to name 7 subs though, obviously that would be wrong.
And ODM's right that you can play with 7 players.
Just checked the Sheff Utd v Wba game and ODM is right - that was cancelled when Sheff U went down to 6 players not 7 as I thought
so it is not Football league team sheet ...
unless winrew is wrong that is
Tennis set - or something to do with tennis - but if tennis why 16?
I can't think of the sport yet
10 = R of CC on a FP
In all League Competition Matches, each team is permitted up to seven substitutes of whom not more than three may take part in the Match. All substitutes must be nominated and included on the official Team Sheet handed to the Referee prior to the Match. Not more than three Players of each Club may warm up or warm down at the same time on the perimeter of the pitch on which the Match is being played.
Assistant Ref's ffs, I was even thinking of Linesmen, what about the third official then? is he not an assistant ref.
Anyone fancy a go?
Where's the fun in that you daft buggr?