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Posted by Erik the not red on Thu Sep 07, 2017 2:26 pm
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Powell did end his season. Yes he did play on but it was obvious he wasn't moving too well. If he had been jabbed up before the game perhaps the pain at the time was manageable. And yes you can question the wisdom of the Salford medical team in allowing him to play on but ultimately it wasn't them that caused the damage with a grubby, cheap hit - that was all Powell's work.

To call a one match ban for such a foul a punishment is surely a joke, its the lightest slap possible. Sadly I knew when it happened it would be whitewashed so he could play at Wembley and I wasn't exactly shocked when that came to be.
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Posted by Salford red all over on Thu Sep 07, 2017 3:32 pm
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Erik the not red wrote:
Powell did end his season.


Correct, :thumb: as to why he played on well I'll take a guess A) they didn't know the extent of the damage instantly or.... B) it was Salford's biggest day out in twenty years and they wanted to try and keep the dream alive ?
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