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 Post subject: Re: salford away
PostPosted: Mon Aug 12, 2019 9:00 pm 
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SpainesRoadFartown wrote:how do you know they were feigning ? you lot were just guessing and still decided to boo anyway as i said classless people


Robinson spends more time on the pitch now as part of your coaching staff than he did when he was a player. :D It's obviously a tactic Woolford likes to employ so if he wants to cheat then I guess that's his perogative. There you go, feel free to sue me for slander. :D Funny how every single head knock was on your own line while defending and not once did you feel the need to stop the game when you were up the other end. :THINK:

It happened when you beat us a few weeks back and it happened last year as I've already said with Seb what'shisface as well preventing a certain try by pretending to have taken a head knock and getting the game stopped.






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 Post subject: Re: salford away
PostPosted: Tue Aug 13, 2019 7:50 am 
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and again your physio on our side just followed play up and down running on with mesages every 2 minutes and was no where to be seen when there was an actual injury it was the guys on the bench who came on so it works both ways all teams have 'extra coaches' and ways round it - go celebrate your win rather than trying to point score and pick fault, obviously your club and staff are faultless and never try and get an edge and play fair every game get a grip fellah

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 Post subject: Re: salford away
PostPosted: Tue Aug 13, 2019 11:39 am 
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SpainesRoadFartown wrote:salford people - classless as ever, booing a kid who's just been smashed to pieces for getting his head bashed then accusing him and others of feigning injury - horrible lot and such a shame koocash ever appeared and saved them

even had old women singing going down to us on the walk back to the bus after - jeez !


You seem to have a problem with something or someone every week old boy.

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PostPosted: Tue Aug 13, 2019 12:50 pm 
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SaleSlim wrote:Robinson spends more time on the pitch now as part of your coaching staff than he did when he was a player. :D It's obviously a tactic Woolford likes to employ so if he wants to cheat then I guess that's his perogative. There you go, feel free to sue me for slander. :D Funny how every single head knock was on your own line while defending and not once did you feel the need to stop the game when you were up the other end. :THINK:

It happened when you beat us a few weeks back and it happened last year as I've already said with Seb what'shisface as well preventing a certain try by pretending to have taken a head knock and getting the game stopped.


think we only got inside your half twice in the second half, scored once off it so couldnt go down faking injury as you say






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 Post subject: Re: salford away
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SaleSlim wrote:Robinson spends more time on the pitch now as part of your coaching staff than he did when he was a player. :D It's obviously a tactic Woolford likes to employ so if he wants to cheat then I guess that's his perogative. There you go, feel free to sue me for slander. :D Funny how every single head knock was on your own line while defending and not once did you feel the need to stop the game when you were up the other end. :THINK:

It happened when you beat us a few weeks back and it happened last year as I've already said with Seb what'shisface as well preventing a certain try by pretending to have taken a head knock and getting the game stopped.



Whats the matter with you anyone would think Salford lost the game. Lets not talk about McCarthy falling down like he had been shot after trying to tackle Ollie Russell and also on our side of the field Bibby rolling around and then stopping to wink and give Inu the thumbs up before continuing in his apparent agony .

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 Post subject: Re: salford away
PostPosted: Tue Aug 13, 2019 5:19 pm 
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SaleSlim wrote:Congrats. :D

Question for you Hudds fans... who is it at your club that encourages the consistent timewasting/feigning injury? Happened last season with Seb I when Salford were camped on the Hudds line and about to score (he went off winking at our fans after he'd managed to slow the game down) and time after time today your players were at it again. The less said about Gaskell's pathetic dive to milk a penalty against Evalds the better. :roll:

The Wilson incident needs serious review. For a guy to spend 3/4 minutes being assessed for a head knock to then be allowed to carry on yet he had to be escorted off the field with his legs totally gone after the next PTB..... something seriously wrong there. To then see him miraculously recover 5/6 minutes later to
come back on and play out the game is a complete farce. It's either complete negligence on Hudds medical staff's part or blatant cheating....



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Yeah I mean the tactic of having three players coming off to Head assessments, and not coming back on, leaving no bench and three players who won’t be able to play in our next game which is within the protocol time is clearly cheating...
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