McLaughlin credited with goal against Gillingham

York Press: The goal from a corner at Gillingham The goal from a corner at Gillingham

MIDFIELDER Paddy McLaughlin has been credited with York City’s goal in the 1-1 draw at Gillingham by the Dubious Goals Committee.

McLaughlin netted direct from a corner in the npower League Two game at Priestfield on Saturday, January 26, as recorded by The Press York City reporter Dave Flett.

However, the goal was officially listed as an own goal by Gillingham’s Charlie Lee, until the Dubious Goals Committee altered the verdict.

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12:10pm Tue 5 Feb 13

roobarb85 says...

Dubious Goals Committee????

Sounds like a branch of Python (Monty) plc.

Great job - sit round, watch footy highlights all day long, and get paid!

Where's the application form?
Dubious Goals Committee???? Sounds like a branch of Python (Monty) plc. Great job - sit round, watch footy highlights all day long, and get paid! Where's the application form? roobarb85

1:40pm Tue 5 Feb 13

redbluelion says...

roobarb85 wrote:
Dubious Goals Committee???? Sounds like a branch of Python (Monty) plc. Great job - sit round, watch footy highlights all day long, and get paid! Where's the application form?
my sort of job...how much does it pay.bet its mark lawrenson and alan hanson..lol
[quote][p][bold]roobarb85[/bold] wrote: Dubious Goals Committee???? Sounds like a branch of Python (Monty) plc. Great job - sit round, watch footy highlights all day long, and get paid! Where's the application form?[/p][/quote]my sort of job...how much does it pay.bet its mark lawrenson and alan hanson..lol redbluelion

11:24am Wed 6 Feb 13

Some old bloke says...

It's one of many committees set up to deal with footballers' problems, like the Dubious Haircuts Committee.
It's one of many committees set up to deal with footballers' problems, like the Dubious Haircuts Committee. Some old bloke

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