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Francis goal chalked off

The FA`s Dubious Goals Panel have chalked off Damien Francis` goal at Goodison Park.

Francis` late consolation in the 2-1 opening day defeat at Goodison Park has instead been deemed as an own goal by Everton defender Alan Stubbs.

Intriguingly, the Dubious Goals Panel have let forward Andy Johnson keep his goal against the Hornets, despite the ball ricocheting off Watford defender Lloyd Doyley.

Yet another silly decision by people who have too much time on their hands.




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Date:Wednesday September 20 2006

Time: 10:36PM

 

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