To be onside you have to have two opposing players between you and the goal.
Surely everyone knows that?
That's the last time I let the missus post on my behalf!The fact that one of them is a goalkeeper is irrelevant. If there are fewer than two opposition players, between the attacker and the goal line, they are in an offside position (not to be confused with being offside). The fact that there is normally a goalkeeper in one of those positions means that people tend to concentrate on the last defender. There could be two defenders (but no goalkeeper) between the attacker and the goal line and the player would therefore be onside, for instance.
Going to Wembley from Cardiff meant a lovely trip on the tube northbound with carriages full of Palace fans. LCFC gear was tucked away nicely. But I’ll never forget the Palace fans bursting into “let’s all laugh at Millwall” who had that season gone from top at New Year to relegation (if I recall)I live about 4 miles from CP and had to get the train back and look miserable while smiling inside.
Took my wife -her first game and she couldn’t believe the noise when we scored.
“Chairmen, legends, players, staff and supporters – it’s about a family. We’ll remember all of them.” - The Birch 💙
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