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Re: TV games (not Wire) : Sun Feb 20, 2022 3:56 pm  
Pie_Eyter wrote:
Can't really argue with that tbf. It's quite a bad one. Lomax and Grace are terrible for going down though and rolling around. I would say on this occasion it's the boy who cried wolf. Everybody outside the cesspit of Redvee knows this.


It will be interesting to see how the Disciplinary Panel deal with this incident.

Gale should receive a hefty match ban. I don`t recall ever seeing a Rugby League player lead with his studs raised like that, in all the time I have been watching the game.
Re: TV games (not Wire) : Sun Feb 20, 2022 4:04 pm  
Nor me, an odd trip or two, but nothing like Gale's studs up incident. Don't want this in our game.
Re: TV games (not Wire) : Sun Feb 20, 2022 4:52 pm  
Boss Hog wrote:
It will be interesting to see how the Disciplinary Panel deal with this incident.

Gale should receive a hefty match ban. I don`t recall ever seeing a Rugby League player lead with his studs raised like that, in all the time I have been watching the game.


He also picked Lomax up off the floor as he thought he was trying it on too. That got a couple of players a ban last season. In the new guidelines deliberate use of the studs is 3-5 from memory? Add on a couple for picking up the injured player and he could be looking at a while on the sidelines.
Re: TV games (not Wire) : Sun Feb 20, 2022 6:00 pm  
Thoughts from seeing matches over the weekend.

Saints phenomenal - Walmsley had a massive game. No let up when the interchanges took place.
Hull 2nd best in everything, although I still like the look of Satae and Sao. Once again indiscipline cost Hull dear - including the incredibly stupid Gale act. Rightly set off.
Thought there was a little more leeway by the ref on late shots / whiplash - and that stupid act by the Saints forward on the Hull player protecting his fullback. It doesn't matter to me that it was 'just' a shove, the Hull player wasn't expecting it and his head certainly went back. That's as bad as the Dwyer and Holmes incidents imo.
Both those packs will be a problem for us unless we have a 'cunning plan'.

Cats slightly on top of Wakey. Even though they lost I think Wakey can take a lot out of that - especially the 'never say die' attitude.
(The first ankle tap on Lineham proved pivotal in the end).
But again discipline cost Wakey.
Cats have big guys all over the park and at times looked like they would run away with it, but I think McNamara will not be too pleased. Plenty to work on.

Wigan - wow, but maybe that's partly due to the opposition. Jai Field - just how good is he? he simply destroyed Wigan - and I bet he is as quick if not quicker than Ashton. Already I think he's my MOS favourite.
I really like his play.
A shout out for Liam Tindall - again somebody who is very quick and looked at home in SL.
Sezer misfired.
Matt Peat has certainly got Wigan playing in a far more attractive way than I've seen for years.

Roll on next week.
Re: TV games (not Wire) : Sun Feb 20, 2022 6:03 pm  
rubber duckie wrote:
Pies looking as good as they did vs Wire. The halfback try has got Lee Briers written all over it…,

Listening to Salford.
Marc Snyde is looking to prove a hell of a signing.
Ken Sio…We was linked with him, wish we’d have gotten him instead of Mimikin. :SHOOT:

4 tries for sio today duckie!!
Re: TV games (not Wire) : Mon Feb 21, 2022 3:12 pm  
I saw a tweet from Gale saying he “was trying to trap the ball”. Up there with “I didn’t know it was a party” for lame excuses!
Re: TV games (not Wire) : Mon Feb 21, 2022 7:04 pm  
Just read on BBC, looks like he could well end up with 8 matches!
Re: TV games (not Wire) : Mon Feb 21, 2022 9:18 pm  
It has to be a ban, I don't think gale is a dirty player but there is no place for that sort of challenge, it left a badly gashed leg and wasn't close to getting the ball. A very poor challenge.
Re: TV games (not Wire) : Tue Feb 22, 2022 4:26 pm  
Captain Hook wrote:
How very dare you? Only Chris Hill ever feigned injury, although now he’s at Huddersfield the mantle of time wasting has passed to Whizzy Rascal.

How very dare you! I won't have a word said against Whizzy Rascal! :D

As for Saddened's "spear tackle", this from the disciplinary:

But, Wynne has not been charged for anything more, instead, the minutes have recorded that: “Player is not lifted into a dangerous position. Player holds a leg in a stationery tackle. Opponent contributes and rolls himself to the floor.”

As I've said over on the Wigan site, this is cheating to get another player sent off and needs dealing with.
Re: TV games (not Wire) : Tue Feb 22, 2022 4:54 pm  
Phuzzy wrote:
How very dare you! I won't have a word said against Whizzy Rascal! :D

As for Saddened's "spear tackle", this from the disciplinary:

But, Wynne has not been charged for anything more, instead, the minutes have recorded that: “Player is not lifted into a dangerous position. Player holds a leg in a stationery tackle. Opponent contributes and rolls himself to the floor.”

As I've said over on the Wigan site, this is cheating to get another player sent off and needs dealing with.


I think the problem for Wynne was that as Welsby upended himself to make it look like a spear tackle, Wynne grabbed hold of the other leg. So it did look like a spear at full speed from the referees perspective.
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