Confirmed: Most Ever Consecutive Wins in English Football History - MCFC

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  1. ancoats

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    so how did the old rule work when you had to replay the cup tie
     
  2. ancoats

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    like i said before united added the league cup semi final as a winning run last season the media was going over time with the spin about jose winning record but they lost to hull city in the 2nd leg of the league cup final ??????
     
  3. Gary James

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    I've no idea but it could well be a software issue.
     
  4. BlueAnorak

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    Considering how poor the web site Is, I can't say I'm surprised.
     
  5. BlueAnorak

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    So if the win run keeps going and going (and Leicester and Huddersfield will be tough) don't be offended if the Wolves result keeps being mentioned as a corollary to the run. - that's how it SHOLD be officially recorded.
     
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    I don't understand why anybody would be offended. It's the same as a cup final won on penalties or any other event and when results listed and/or discussion of games occurs then it would be foolish not to mention it. As far as the IFAB are concerned, the ultimate lawmakers, in their latest correspondence it's a win:
    kicks from the penalty mark are a method of determining the winner of a match ( or tie) when the scores are level.
    QED if any team plays any match which required KFPM and they win that 'event' they win the match.


    Thankfully, all appropriate governing bodies, lawmakers, record books, media companies etc. regard it as a win that must count in sequence records and therefore we have the judgement we need. We can all have our opinions of course, but ultimately it's those people and organisations who decide what is/isn't a win/record.
     
  7. The Colonel

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    That response seemed to stop that one in his tracks.
     
  8. Elbow beards

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    There you have it then. It's a muffin
     
  9. davymcfc

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    Elleray was always a Twat though
     
  10. BlueAnorak

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    Agree with what you say but some on here will take umbridge as to why Wolves keeps getting mentioned.
     

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