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Author:  GIANTSRL [ Sat Jun 22, 2019 10:35 am ]
Post subject:  Re: wigan (h)

well i wanted to see us win or at least go close to winning but nowhere near, men against boys quite literally! poor goal line defence , far too easy to score, we are too inexperienced as a team and frawley, matagi and roberts just dont cut it.

woolford spoke of no desire after the match :shock: its just too cushty down at the giants, culture has been bad for so long, happy to just pick up a wage , might take relegation scare now to make them work... will see. shouldnt take that though should it.

Author:  Riderofthepalehorse [ Mon Jun 24, 2019 1:03 pm ]
Post subject:  Re: wigan (h)

jools wrote:Be extremely interesting to see how the RFL deal with Willie Isa- I’ve not ever seen that happen in the pro game before.
Tbh the ref had himself to blame for the melee- he showed weakness all game- he should have had a word with both sides when Hardaker was getting feisty instead he ignored it and so it escalated.
But Willie Isa should be very very ashamed of himself. That behaviour is really the bottom of the barrel and something the RFL should come down hard on. They have a lot of inexperienced refs atm and if Isa isn’t dealt with harshly I dread to think how that will affect things going forward.


Willie Isa incident, no news at disciplinary regarding this.

Author:  Phuzzy [ Mon Jun 24, 2019 1:11 pm ]
Post subject:  Re: wigan (h)

Riderofthepalehorse wrote:Willie Isa incident, no news at disciplinary regarding this.


Because, as I've posted on the Wigan board, the 'incident' was the biggest non-event in the history of the game. Unless you call veering off line for two steps and saying something to someone (not clear who or what) whilst nowhere near the ref (who makes no reaction whatsoever) an 'incident'.

Author:  Riderofthepalehorse [ Mon Jun 24, 2019 1:17 pm ]
Post subject:  Re: wigan (h)

Phuzzy wrote:Because, as I've posted on the Wigan board, the 'incident' was the biggest non-event in the history of the game. Unless you call veering off line for two steps and saying something to someone (not clear who or what) whilst nowhere near the ref (who makes no reaction whatsoever) an 'incident'.


Thanks Phuzzy, I will look at post.

Author:  jools [ Mon Jun 24, 2019 5:24 pm ]
Post subject:  Re: wigan (h)

Dangerous precedent set.
It’s no wonder the standard of refs is increasingly being questioned- who’d want to do the job when aggressive behaviour towards an official is ignored.

Author:  Riderofthepalehorse [ Tue Jun 25, 2019 10:09 am ]
Post subject:  Re: wigan (h)

jools wrote:Dangerous precedent set.
It’s no wonder the standard of refs is increasingly being questioned- who’d want to do the job when aggressive behaviour towards an official is ignored.


Having watched it as a neutral Jools, it was probably a case of what could have happened, rather than what did happen, which was nothing.

Sometimes in the heat of the moment, fans get embroiled with emotion and it can cloud their opinions.

Regards

Author:  jools [ Tue Jun 25, 2019 8:25 pm ]
Post subject:  Re: wigan (h)

Riderofthepalehorse wrote:Having watched it as a neutral Jools, it was probably a case of what could have happened, rather than what did happen, which was nothing.

Sometimes in the heat of the moment, fans get embroiled with emotion and it can cloud their opinions.

Regards


I was sat directly behind a wigan director- who groaned and out his head in his hands at the incident-I wonder how his emotions were clouded.

Author:  Riderofthepalehorse [ Tue Jun 25, 2019 11:33 pm ]
Post subject:  Re: wigan (h)

jools wrote:I was sat directly behind a wigan director- who groaned and out his head in his hands at the incident-I wonder how his emotions were clouded.


All opinions mate, no worries

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