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Re: This week’s disciplinary : Wed Apr 03, 2024 1:52 pm  
Captain Hook wrote:
They are still apoplectic over 1 refereeing decision from about 5 years ago…


"apoplectic" ... that's another good word.
Re: This week’s disciplinary : Wed Apr 03, 2024 2:05 pm  
Smiffy27 wrote:
"apoplectic" ... that's another good word.

Readers Digest “Improve your word power” is to blame Smiffy!
Re: This week’s disciplinary : Wed Apr 03, 2024 2:09 pm  
Captain Hook wrote:
Readers Digest “Improve your word power” is to blame Smiffy!


Do you read it or swallow it? It is all very impressive & puts our forum above most of the others.
Re: This week’s disciplinary : Wed Apr 03, 2024 2:12 pm  
Actually the odd touch of whimsicality*does set us apart


*have I gone too far yet?
Probably should be “whimsy” but I’m feeling reckless
Re: This week’s disciplinary : Mon Apr 08, 2024 3:00 pm  
Anything released for this week yet? I sort of expect Currie to cop a ban since it's cup week, we're playing that lot, and the referee didn't even deem it worth penalising on Friday. RFL logic!
Re: This week’s disciplinary : Mon Apr 08, 2024 3:09 pm  
Here we go...

https://www.rugby-league.com/article/62 ... view-panel

Currie got a £250 fine for something the ref didn't even think was worth a penalty. Ah well, he'll recoup that by getting Man of the Match* on Sunday!

* Why do they insist on calling it 'Player of the match' even on men's games? Does Konrad Hurrell identify as a woman?
Here we go...

https://www.rugby-league.com/article/62 ... view-panel

Currie got a £250 fine for something the ref didn't even think was worth a penalty. Ah well, he'll recoup that by getting Man of the Match* on Sunday!

* Why do they insist on calling it 'Player of the match' even on men's games? Does Konrad Hurrell identify as a woman?
Re: This week’s disciplinary : Mon Apr 08, 2024 3:20 pm  

* Why do they insist on calling it 'Player of the match'


Indeed - but it’s still ‘man of steel’ not ‘player of brass’ (or whichever alloy you identify with). Actually, come to think of it, player of brass just makes you sound like the horn section…
Re: This week’s disciplinary : Mon Apr 08, 2024 4:21 pm  
matt_wire wrote:
Here we go...

https://www.rugby-league.com/article/62 ... view-panel

Currie got a £250 fine for something the ref didn't even think was worth a penalty. Ah well, he'll recoup that by getting Man of the Match* on Sunday!

* Why do they insist on calling it 'Player of the match' even on men's games? Does Konrad Hurrell identify as a woman?

Don’t understand what the issue is with “player of the match” it’s the best payer, not the best man (which could be based on looks/physique etcetc
matt_wire wrote:
Here we go...

https://www.rugby-league.com/article/62 ... view-panel

Currie got a £250 fine for something the ref didn't even think was worth a penalty. Ah well, he'll recoup that by getting Man of the Match* on Sunday!

* Why do they insist on calling it 'Player of the match' even on men's games? Does Konrad Hurrell identify as a woman?

Don’t understand what the issue is with “player of the match” it’s the best payer, not the best man (which could be based on looks/physique etcetc
Re: This week’s disciplinary : Wed Apr 10, 2024 11:45 pm  
matt_wire wrote:
* Why do they insist on calling it 'Player of the match' even on men's games? Does Konrad Hurrell identify as a woman?


It is because Man Of The Match is trademarked, and when the trademark got purchased by a new owner in 2012 they started to properly enforce it.
Re: This week’s disciplinary : Mon Apr 15, 2024 11:06 am  
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