If his eyes had gone wide
when he thought that I was a Holy Thern, they fairly popped now that he knew that I was John Carter.
If it had gone wide
, the more likely opener from hacks would have been: How come, after what for Everton is an eye-popping net spend of PS33million, you are 17th, one point above QPR, conceded the most goals and already out of the League Cup?
NEIL WARNOCK last night re-opened the debate into using video evidence after Crystal Palace striker Freddie Sears was robbed of a clear goal when referee Rob Shoebridge mistakenly thought the ball had gone wide
when it had clearly gone over the line.
That's on top of award contenders that have already gone wide
, such as "Doubt," "Last Chance Harvey" and "Gran Torino," or began as a wide release in the first place, i.
Crawley came back into the game and after shots from Ben Abbey and Nigel Brake had gone wide
, new signing Gez Murphy fired in another effort that bounced back off an upright.
But the ball escaped through a hole in the corner of the net and referee Damian Hancock ruled that it had gone wide