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Re: Penalties and offloads Sat Mar 16, 2019 11:41 am  

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Errors and penalties cost us again. Cut those out and we're a different team. It wasn't just the number but that they were often on early tackles or in prime attacking positions. Gifting the opposition 50 or so more uses of the ball whilst simultaneously restricting your own 'sets' to a couple of tackles is never going to win you games.

Otherwise is was a much better showing. We made more metres than Wire when we did complete, scored tries when we managed anything like sustained pressure on their line and had a much better attitude and intensity than recent games.

Let's not forget that we were playing one of the form teams without several players including our best forward and both starting wingers and on the back of a horrendously lop-sided penalty count (Jeez, the Isa one was a poor decision).

All in all, not happy at the loss of course but much better signs than this time last week. However, if we don't cut out the errors and penalties, it's going to be a long season.
Re: Penalties and offloads Sat Mar 16, 2019 12:35 pm  
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Appreciate you seem a reasonable poster for a wife fan.

You are totally wrong re the Isa yellow card though

Disgusting decision by Thaler

Annoyed he never checked the charnley try (escare knock on) for offside.

Him and philbin (I think) looked 10 yards offside

Patton was sin binned for pushing someone, both sin binnings harsh. Westwood, no argument, red card every day of the week. The shoulder charge on Austin and the forearm to Atkin's nose could well have been red, too.

I guess the "bad blood" tag was a self fulfilling prophecy.
Re: Penalties and offloads Sat Mar 16, 2019 12:45 pm  

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Patton was sin binned for pushing someone, both sin binnings harsh. Westwood, no argument, red card every day of the week. The shoulder charge on Austin and the forearm to Atkin's nose could well have been red, too.

I guess the "bad blood" tag was a self fulfilling prophecy.


Patten was sin binned for rushing in which is the correct decision according to the rules. It may seem harsh for what you describe as a push but everything else, including Westwood's rush of blood, came off the back of it.
Re: Penalties and offloads Sat Mar 16, 2019 1:10 pm  

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Patton yellow for a ridiculous over reaction which started the brawl, Westwood red for the headbutt, a Wigan penalty and a word with Warringtons captain to tell his players to grow up is how it should’ve been adjudicated.

Isa and Wigan should get an apology from the RFL this week for the embarrassing decisions of a Wire penalty and a yellow for Isa.
Re: Penalties and offloads Sat Mar 16, 2019 3:25 pm  

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Patton yellow for a ridiculous over reaction which started the brawl, Westwood red for the headbutt, a Wigan penalty and a word with Warringtons captain to tell his players to grow up is how it should’ve been adjudicated.

Isa and Wigan should get an apology from the RFL this week for the embarrassing decisions of a Wire penalty and a yellow for Isa.

5 wire players received facial injuries last night. Perhaps we should ask the rfl to apologise for them too?
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Re: Penalties and offloads Sat Mar 16, 2019 3:31 pm  
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rubber duckie wrote:
5 wire players received facial injuries last night. Perhaps we should ask the rfl to apologise for them too?



You have actually come on here to try and defend Westwoold with that garbage. Hang your head.

And don't say 'Where have i defended Westwood'

It is blatantly obvious what you are getting at. Typical scummy Wire fan.
Re: Penalties and offloads Sat Mar 16, 2019 3:32 pm  
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NickyKiss wrote:
Patton yellow for a ridiculous over reaction which started the brawl, Westwood red for the headbutt, a Wigan penalty and a word with Warringtons captain to tell his players to grow up is how it should’ve been adjudicated.

Isa and Wigan should get an apology from the RFL this week for the embarrassing decisions of a Wire penalty and a yellow for Isa.

Nothing to do with the shoulder charge or stiff arm from earlier on, then?
Isa connects with King's head, penalty to Warrington.
Re: Penalties and offloads Sat Mar 16, 2019 3:42 pm  

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5 wire players received facial injuries last night. Perhaps we should ask the rfl to apologise for them too?

You promote the game as being bad blood, you got your just desserts. People in glass houses
1998,2010,2013,2016 & 2018.....I was there
Re: Penalties and offloads Sat Mar 16, 2019 3:52 pm  

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rubber duckie wrote:
5 wire players received facial injuries last night. Perhaps we should ask the rfl to apologise for them too?


List the incidents and I’ll give you an opinion. The two I can recall were a high shot on Atkins which was dealt with and an incident with Blake Austin which was also dealt with.

Isa makes a perfectly fine tackle and gets a yellow card and a penalty given against him. It was staggering tbh.
Re: Penalties and offloads Sat Mar 16, 2019 4:17 pm  

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Cherry_Warrior wrote:
You have actually come on here to try and defend Westwoold with that garbage. Hang your head.

And don't say 'Where have i defended Westwood'

It is blatantly obvious what you are getting at. Typical scummy Wire fan.

Where have I defended Westwood?
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