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Re: GAME ON : Hull FC v Wigan Warriors - 20:00:00
Post Mon Sep 11, 2017 2:38 pm
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No charge for Liam Watts. The RFL see sense, though probably down to the social media attention from current/ex players about it being the wrong decision.

Thanks to the referee, we have been reduced to 12 men, in a vitally important game that we lost in the last few minutes, due to an incorrect call. Brilliant.
Re: GAME ON : Hull FC v Wigan Warriors - 20:00:00
Post Mon Sep 11, 2017 2:58 pm
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Wilde 3 wrote:
No charge for Liam Watts. The RFL see sense, though probably down to the social media attention from current/ex players about it being the wrong decision.

Thanks to the referee, we have been reduced to 12 men, in a vitally important game that we lost in the last few minutes, due to an incorrect call. Brilliant.

The RFL haven't said it was an incorrect call though. They have said sending off sufficient which means there was an offence committed whether it was accidental or not.
Re: GAME ON : Hull FC v Wigan Warriors - 20:00:00
Post Mon Sep 11, 2017 3:03 pm
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LifeLongHKRFan wrote:
The RFL haven't said it was an incorrect call though. They have said sending off sufficient which means there was an offence committed whether it was accidental or not.



the rfl contradict themselves in the wording! they just cant accept it was a wrong call and say they got it wrong


nowhere do they say watts was leading with his arm or elbow
Re: GAME ON : Hull FC v Wigan Warriors - 20:00:00
Post Mon Sep 11, 2017 3:16 pm
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the rfl contradict themselves in the wording! they just cant accept it was a wrong call and say they got it wrong


nowhere do they say watts was leading with his arm or elbow



I remember James Graham going to charge a drop kick down in the NRL and accidentally catching the standing leg. A penalty was given even though he didn't do anything wrong. I suspect the RFL have seen it as accidental and therefore said it was sending off sufficient.
Re: GAME ON : Hull FC v Wigan Warriors - 20:00:00
Post Mon Sep 11, 2017 3:20 pm
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TheElectricGlidingWarrior wrote:
Takes him out? Yellow card? How long have you been addicted to spice and are you seeking help?



check the rfl website!

worthy of an on field penalty! yellow card yes, we saw the fev player carlisle get a yellow v catalan on saturday, so where is the consistancy

now ill leave you to get back to your own crack n spice seeing as your players are little angels!
Re: GAME ON : Hull FC v Wigan Warriors - 20:00:00
Post Mon Sep 11, 2017 3:22 pm
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LifeLongHKRFan wrote:
I remember James Graham going to charge a drop kick down in the NRL and accidentally catching the standing leg. A penalty was given even though he didn't do anything wrong. I suspect the RFL have seen it as accidental and therefore said it was sending off sufficient.


I hate the wording, as a sending off wasn't sufficient. From their wording, it was not even worthy of a Red, so it should read "On-field call incorrect"
Re: GAME ON : Hull FC v Wigan Warriors - 20:00:00
Post Mon Sep 11, 2017 3:33 pm
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1st set of the game oloughlin took out sneyd after he kicked should've be been a penalty and yellow card.

Seriously :lol: It was a penalty at most because it was a bit late. No way on earth is that worth a bin
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Re: GAME ON : Hull FC v Wigan Warriors - 20:00:00
Post Mon Sep 11, 2017 3:34 pm
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Grimmy wrote:
Seriously :lol:



looks like your all thick and unable to read

http://www.rugby-league.com/the_rfl/disciplinary

read(if you can) calisle then sickinotes

late hit on a kicker is a yellow unless its captain sicknote
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Re: GAME ON : Hull FC v Wigan Warriors - 20:00:00
Post Mon Sep 11, 2017 3:36 pm
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number 6 wrote:
looks like your all thick and unable to read


late hit is a yellow unless its captain sicknote

Can you direct me to where it says he should have been binned? Or where late contact on the kicker is an automatic sin bin :CRAZY:
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Re: GAME ON : Hull FC v Wigan Warriors - 20:00:00
Post Mon Sep 11, 2017 3:42 pm
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Grimmy wrote:
Can you direct me to where it says he should have been binned? Or where late contact on the kicker is an automatic sin bin :CRAZY:



the similarity in reading keal carlise and sicknotes report! no wonder the rfl leave themselves open for criticism

as for late hits, didnt the rfl bring out the yellow card to protect the kicker!?

regardless of yellow or not, the officials got it wrong, like most things last friday night!
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