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Brentford fanbase were so pious after that Hyam tackle 11:32 - Jan 11 with 2349 viewsMaySixth

a whinging, moaning, truly tinpot attitude which has carried on for ages since

it would be highly amusing if we got their golden boy Judge off them

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Brentford fanbase were so pious after that Hyam tackle on 11:34 - Jan 11 with 2096 viewsRobTheMonk

Didn't one of their players then try and 'do' Hyam over towards the end of the first half? I seem to remember Luke Varney having some stern words?! r did I dream that haha!?
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Brentford fanbase were so pious after that Hyam tackle on 11:35 - Jan 11 with 2087 viewsBluefish

He is a long way from still being their golden boy. I think Douglas was more of a golden by than judge is now. They are incredibly supportive of all of their players though

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Brentford fanbase were so pious after that Hyam tackle on 13:27 - Jan 11 with 1894 viewsBasuco

We could get round 2 at Southend if we get relegated.
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Brentford fanbase were so pious after that Hyam tackle on 13:29 - Jan 11 with 1876 viewsITFC_Forever

Judge would be a brilliant signing. Much more the sort of player we should be after.

It was Ryan Woods who led the rest of the Brentford players in ensuring Hyam was sent off later on, by deliberately chopping him down at every opportunity to provoke a reaction, which he promptly did. Poor management by Mick to leave Hyam on.

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Brentford fanbase were so pious after that Hyam tackle on 13:34 - Jan 11 with 1850 viewsclive_baker

To be fair, a handful of melts on Twitter doesn’t represent a fan base. I dare say if the same thing happened to Bishop tomorrow there would be abuse aimed towards the perpetrator, even if replays suggested it was a well meaning attempt to play the ball.

Brentford’s a nice club, got a lot of time for all of their fans I’ve ever come across.

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Brentford fanbase were so pious after that Hyam tackle on 13:41 - Jan 11 with 1825 viewsKing_of_Portman_Rd

That Watford fella (name escapes me) who maimed Jonny Williams is undesirable number 1 to all Ipswich fans though isn't he?

I've heard some rather inventive regaling of that particular challenge.. In fact I'm sure it was brought up on this forum fairly recently.
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Brentford fanbase were so pious after that Hyam tackle on 13:41 - Jan 11 with 1818 viewsSwansea_Blue

Brentford fanbase were so pious after that Hyam tackle on 13:29 - Jan 11 by ITFC_Forever

Judge would be a brilliant signing. Much more the sort of player we should be after.

It was Ryan Woods who led the rest of the Brentford players in ensuring Hyam was sent off later on, by deliberately chopping him down at every opportunity to provoke a reaction, which he promptly did. Poor management by Mick to leave Hyam on.


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Brentford fanbase were so pious after that Hyam tackle on 13:51 - Jan 11 with 1793 viewsWithnail

Don't mention the Brentford. The SI snowflake will be back in theorpy.
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Brentford fanbase were so pious after that Hyam tackle on 17:58 - Jan 11 with 1629 viewspatrickswell

Brentford fanbase were so pious after that Hyam tackle on 13:41 - Jan 11 by King_of_Portman_Rd

That Watford fella (name escapes me) who maimed Jonny Williams is undesirable number 1 to all Ipswich fans though isn't he?

I've heard some rather inventive regaling of that particular challenge.. In fact I'm sure it was brought up on this forum fairly recently.


Joel Ekstrand was the Watford player who chopped Williams down. Karma came back to bite him in the Chaplow fixture when he cleared the ball with no-one near him and somehow managed to injure his cruciate ligament.
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Brentford fanbase were so pious after that Hyam tackle on 18:03 - Jan 11 with 1618 viewsRadlett_blue

"Golden Boy"?
He's struggled to get into their team & presumably is interested in moving because Brentford won't be offering him a new deal.
I hope he's a better bet than signing the 33 years old Jonathan Douglas.
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Brentford fanbase were so pious after that Hyam tackle on 20:47 - Jan 11 with 1432 viewsSW_LondonBlue

Brentford fanbase were so pious after that Hyam tackle on 13:29 - Jan 11 by ITFC_Forever

Judge would be a brilliant signing. Much more the sort of player we should be after.

It was Ryan Woods who led the rest of the Brentford players in ensuring Hyam was sent off later on, by deliberately chopping him down at every opportunity to provoke a reaction, which he promptly did. Poor management by Mick to leave Hyam on.


It was Alan McCormack the captain. Every time off the ball he chased, nudged and kicked Hyam. A right c*ck. Woods just moaned at the ref and tried to get hyam a 2nd booking ... which worked
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Brentford fanbase were so pious after that Hyam tackle on 21:25 - Jan 11 with 1357 viewsLibero

Brentford fanbase were so pious after that Hyam tackle on 20:47 - Jan 11 by SW_LondonBlue

It was Alan McCormack the captain. Every time off the ball he chased, nudged and kicked Hyam. A right c*ck. Woods just moaned at the ref and tried to get hyam a 2nd booking ... which worked


Hyam made himself a target and rose to the bait like a chump.
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Brentford fanbase were so pious after that Hyam tackle on 23:32 - Jan 11 with 1176 viewsshamboy

Brentford fanbase were so pious after that Hyam tackle on 21:25 - Jan 11 by Libero

Hyam made himself a target and rose to the bait like a chump.


It was a vile and cowardly foul challenge by Hyam. No dispute.

But Alan Judge did get booed by a small number of his own fans when he came on at Portman Road in the 1-1 draw. He has never got back to where he was pre-Hyam.
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Brentford fanbase were so pious after that Hyam tackle on 07:02 - Jan 12 with 1011 viewsLibero

Brentford fanbase were so pious after that Hyam tackle on 23:32 - Jan 11 by shamboy

It was a vile and cowardly foul challenge by Hyam. No dispute.

But Alan Judge did get booed by a small number of his own fans when he came on at Portman Road in the 1-1 draw. He has never got back to where he was pre-Hyam.


Actually I dispute that, Hyam’s tackle was fine, Judge was just unlucky. Hyam made himself a target by reacting to the taunts of the Brentford players, once they thought they could get to him they were all into him.
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Brentford fanbase were so pious after that Hyam tackle on 07:20 - Jan 12 with 978 viewsshamboy

Brentford fanbase were so pious after that Hyam tackle on 07:02 - Jan 12 by Libero

Actually I dispute that, Hyam’s tackle was fine, Judge was just unlucky. Hyam made himself a target by reacting to the taunts of the Brentford players, once they thought they could get to him they were all into him.


You do not hit someone like that from his blindside without intending to injure.
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Brentford fanbase were so pious after that Hyam tackle on 07:22 - Jan 12 with 969 viewswkj



First few seconds of this clip if anyone needs reminding; it wasn't a great tackle in my opinion - I can see why the Brentford fans weren't pleased.

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Brentford fanbase were so pious after that Hyam tackle on 08:30 - Jan 12 with 857 viewsartsbossbeard

Brentford fanbase were so pious after that Hyam tackle on 23:32 - Jan 11 by shamboy

It was a vile and cowardly foul challenge by Hyam. No dispute.

But Alan Judge did get booed by a small number of his own fans when he came on at Portman Road in the 1-1 draw. He has never got back to where he was pre-Hyam.


Wrong. Nothing wrong with that challenge whatsoever. Hard and fair.

He wasn't out of control, he wasn't high, he wasn't late.

The most pious in all of this were town fans who rounded on one of their own. That's proper tinpot behaviour.

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Brentford fanbase were so pious after that Hyam tackle on 09:22 - Jan 12 with 756 viewsLibero

Brentford fanbase were so pious after that Hyam tackle on 07:20 - Jan 12 by shamboy

You do not hit someone like that from his blindside without intending to injure.


The challenge happened right in front of me, it was fair and won the ball. Yes it was hard but not excessively, if it was Hyam would have received a straight red. Unfortunately for Judhe he was on the half turn and his leg got caught.

There is a 0% chance that Hyam intended to injure Judge, you’ve read the situation all wrong in my opinion.
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Brentford fanbase were so pious after that Hyam tackle on 10:18 - Jan 12 with 667 viewsCheltenham_Blue

Brentford fanbase were so pious after that Hyam tackle on 07:20 - Jan 12 by shamboy

You do not hit someone like that from his blindside without intending to injure.


I'm not sure you've ever played football. Judge had turned and unfortunately for him had planted his front foot when Hyam came in.

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Brentford fanbase were so pious after that Hyam tackle on 10:31 - Jan 12 with 637 viewsPJH

Brentford fanbase were so pious after that Hyam tackle on 08:30 - Jan 12 by artsbossbeard

Wrong. Nothing wrong with that challenge whatsoever. Hard and fair.

He wasn't out of control, he wasn't high, he wasn't late.

The most pious in all of this were town fans who rounded on one of their own. That's proper tinpot behaviour.


I very rarely disagree with you and your first line sums up a very good 1970's tackle but as things are in this day and age I thought at the time that Hyam should have got a red and I have not changed my mind.

It wasn't high or late but not sure that he was in control and it seemed like what used to be a very good ball and man in no particular order tackle but is now outlawed.

I don't think that I am pious or tinpot and I am not rounding on someone that was one of our own, just looked like it should have been a straight red to me and I said so on here at the time when opinions were split.
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Brentford fanbase were so pious after that Hyam tackle on 10:38 - Jan 12 with 622 viewsLibero

Brentford fanbase were so pious after that Hyam tackle on 10:31 - Jan 12 by PJH

I very rarely disagree with you and your first line sums up a very good 1970's tackle but as things are in this day and age I thought at the time that Hyam should have got a red and I have not changed my mind.

It wasn't high or late but not sure that he was in control and it seemed like what used to be a very good ball and man in no particular order tackle but is now outlawed.

I don't think that I am pious or tinpot and I am not rounding on someone that was one of our own, just looked like it should have been a straight red to me and I said so on here at the time when opinions were split.


He won the ball, It wasn't high, nor late, nor did he use excessive force, so why should it have been a straight red?
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Brentford fanbase were so pious after that Hyam tackle on 10:44 - Jan 12 with 609 viewsPJH

Brentford fanbase were so pious after that Hyam tackle on 10:38 - Jan 12 by Libero

He won the ball, It wasn't high, nor late, nor did he use excessive force, so why should it have been a straight red?


I would say because of the excessive force, which I think it was.
As I said it was an everyday 1970's tackle but not the sort of tackle that is (rightly or wrongly) allowed now.
I thought at the time that it was going to be and should be a red(as things now are)and I am not changing my mind.
I think probably the majority on here do not think it was a red but there you go.
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Brentford fanbase were so pious after that Hyam tackle on 10:49 - Jan 12 with 595 viewsLibero

Brentford fanbase were so pious after that Hyam tackle on 10:44 - Jan 12 by PJH

I would say because of the excessive force, which I think it was.
As I said it was an everyday 1970's tackle but not the sort of tackle that is (rightly or wrongly) allowed now.
I thought at the time that it was going to be and should be a red(as things now are)and I am not changing my mind.
I think probably the majority on here do not think it was a red but there you go.


If there was excessive force used the ref would have shown a straight red, it's also worth noting that even If the ref missed the alleged 'excessive force' it was really that bad he would have been banned retrospectively.

You can keep saying it's a '1970's tackle' but all I can tell you is I was born in 1988 and I've played a fair amount of 11- a side football over that period and it's the kind of tackle you do still see, because, you know, it's perfectly legal...
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Brentford fanbase were so pious after that Hyam tackle on 10:58 - Jan 12 with 581 viewsPJH

Brentford fanbase were so pious after that Hyam tackle on 10:49 - Jan 12 by Libero

If there was excessive force used the ref would have shown a straight red, it's also worth noting that even If the ref missed the alleged 'excessive force' it was really that bad he would have been banned retrospectively.

You can keep saying it's a '1970's tackle' but all I can tell you is I was born in 1988 and I've played a fair amount of 11- a side football over that period and it's the kind of tackle you do still see, because, you know, it's perfectly legal...


I don't think your first point is right because the ref booked him so saw the incident and did not deem it to be a red card in his opinion which on the day is the only opinion that really matters.

We are not going to agree-I thought and still think it should have been a red.
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Brentford fanbase were so pious after that Hyam tackle on 11:20 - Jan 12 with 522 viewsm14_blue

Brentford fanbase were so pious after that Hyam tackle on 07:20 - Jan 12 by shamboy

You do not hit someone like that from his blindside without intending to injure.


That’s nonsense. Absolutely no chance Hyam was trying to hurt him and it’s bang out of order to suggest he was.

Some sympathy with PJH’s view, although I’m not sure I agree, but to suggest he deliberately injured someone is ridiculous.
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