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PostPosted: Mon Jul 01, 2019 1:11 pm 
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I think what does give rise to a ball carriers sometimes accidental shoulder contact with defenders is the need to protect the ball . Running straight with the ball in one or two hands would make a one on one steal almost inevitable.

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PostPosted: Mon Jul 01, 2019 1:43 pm 
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Saddened! wrote: He's an utterly useless player other than this recent hatchet man role.


so that's not an attempt to wind up? and upset the locals? hmmm.

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Fantastic Mr Catpiss wrote:so that's not an attempt to wind up? and upset the locals? hmmm.


You disagree with it? I've not seen many praise his performances.

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PostPosted: Mon Jul 01, 2019 1:55 pm 
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Saddened! wrote:You disagree with it? I've not seen many praise his performances.



not the point, you've put that to enflame and try and get a reaction, much like what lebron and as108 do, and in regards to you disappearing, i was referring to the fact that you and the rest of the dirty half dozen will be buggering off again this week.

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Thankfully no case to answer.
This was a "biggy" for the future of our game. If the man carrying a ball cannot drop his shoulder or hold his non-ball carrying arm out or hand off ... the game as we know it is doomed.

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PostPosted: Mon Jul 01, 2019 8:59 pm 
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Saddened! wrote:Will I? Sounds like you're going to ban me. :cry:

I'm not trying to wind anyone up. We'll see what happens with this, like I said I wouldn't ban it, I'd just let the tacklers use their shoulders as well, but punish head contact on both ends. I don't see what's so controversial about that.

This I agree with. What I don't agree with is you also try to derail threads into a St Helens d1ck measuring contest, with antagonistic comments.
So yes, you are deliberately winding up and you very well know it. Please stick to making reasoned comments like the above and leave out the constant goading.

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Genuine question - how does boxing cope with "duty of care" towards concussion? The boxing authorities might be able to advise the RFL on guidelines and thus avoid the emasculation of our sport. Seriously if Sita's run (ie hard and direct) becomes outlawed we may as well give up the game.






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Saddened! wrote:I'd just let the tacklers use their shoulders as well, but punish head contact on both ends. I don't see what's so controversial about that.


You are allowed to use your shoulder as a tackler though you muppet. you just have to make an attempt to tackle by using your arms. doesn't mean you can't stick your soulder in. You've stuck a young lad in the middle of the pack, facing up against some of the hardest runners in the game. if he chooses to stand upright and try to wrap him up at the top thats his own stupid fault.

You're taught from no age to bend your knees and your back, eye up the runners hips and hit them in an upward motion. Daryl Clark and Danny Houghton are perfect examples. cant penalise runners because young kids arent physically or technically up to scratch when they play with the big boys.






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The thing is, they should know what a shoulder charge is, since matty lees does it every loving week

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Saddened! wrote:You disagree with it? I've not seen many praise his performances.


They just can't handle the banter after a loss like that, the Wire fans were last month critical of the player and quite a few mentioned he needed to step up. Because you mentioned the same thing in a different way you have become a wind up irritant in their eyes...........jog onwards and upwards the Saints team have earned you the bragging rights for this week only.






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