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23 hours ago, Barty said:

What's the point of having it then? I've never known the hooter to go before the clock says 00 since they've had it at CH. Perhaps someone could tell us how it works and who controls it and why it could be different from the official timekeeping. I think that the players might be influenced by the clock and make decisions based on what they can see.

I think the electric clock is just guideline operated by your own staff.....not linked to the ref/timekeeper

you are notified of a official timekeeper with your ref and linesmen.....

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I've had a lot of complaints about this, it was also still showing a minute to go in the Wigan game when the hooter went. It isn't good enough and it will be fixed for the next fixture.  

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