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Post Tue Apr 04, 2017 11:47 am
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I think it was that if he didnt put him back straight after half time then he couldnt bring him on later

That's only for the concussion protocol isn't it.

Wigan needed to bring him back on within 15mins to negate the original substitution as an injury caused by foul play. But prior to bringing Gildart back on, all that had happened was that they had made a normal substition. They brought him back on at half time and negated it but then immediately made a chargeable one.

The only 'gain' possible was an extra rotation i.e they brought player A on for Gildart, subbed player A off for Gildart and subbed player B on for Gildart, but this happened either side of half time and these 3 substitutions were within about 2mins playing time of each other.
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Re: RD 7 | Leeds Rhinos v Wigan Warriors
Post Wed Apr 05, 2017 12:00 am
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It's been posted on the other board that Gildart himself thought he may be able to continue later in the game. That's why he came back on when he did. It soon became apparent that he couldn't. Given the seriousness of the injury that's hardly surprising. However, with back injuries it's not always immediately apparent as a bad spasm, for example, can be debilitating when it first strikes but can clear within a relatively short space of time. If the club were guilty of anything it was of not erring on the side of caution. However I think to suggest anything further is stretching it a bit. The doctor will get the final say in all cases of this nature and to suggest he'd willfully and knowingly put a player's welfare at risk as is being suggested by some on here is bordering on libellous.

I totally agree that player welfare is paramount and I have no hesitation in saying that, knowing what they now know, I'm sure the medical staff wouldn't have given permission for him to return. Hindsight is, of course. 20/20!
Re: RD 7 | Leeds Rhinos v Wigan Warriors
Post Thu Apr 13, 2017 8:28 pm
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Hmmm. A dangerous tackle that could risk severe injury to a players head and/or neck and yet no outrage from Phil Clarke.
Re: RD 7 | Leeds Rhinos v Wigan Warriors
Post Thu Apr 13, 2017 8:31 pm
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Him wrote:
Hmmm. A dangerous tackle that could risk severe injury to a players head and/or neck and yet no outrage from Phil Clarke.


And his Sky Sports column this week didn't mention the Westwood tackle or dangers of concussion.
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Re: RD 7 | Leeds Rhinos v Wigan Warriors
Post Sat Apr 15, 2017 6:24 am
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ThePrinter wrote:
And his Sky Sports column this week didn't mention the Westwood tackle or dangers of concussion.

Nowt from Angela Powers either of course it's nothing to do with her being a Wire fan.
All sarcasm etc aside we really shouldn't be surprised we knew nothing would be said.
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Re: RD 7 | Leeds Rhinos v Wigan Warriors
Post Sat Apr 15, 2017 12:04 pm
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No mention of the rugby gods visiting Westerman either, out with a shoulder injury I think. Maybe caused by his "non"- shoulder charge that also injured Golding?
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Re: RD 7 | Leeds Rhinos v Wigan Warriors
Post Thu May 04, 2017 7:47 pm
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No outrage from Phil Clarke at the latest crusher tackle.
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