2017 Judiciary & Match Review

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  1. Canard

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    Could Souffs get any more Leg ups.
     
  2. Rabbits20

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    Troll.
     
  3. mave

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    Could these fkers at the NRL be any less consistent with these judiciary charges ?

    Im completely not suprised Burgess got off, considering his name and who he plays for.
     
  4. Canard

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    It's always depends on the colour of jersey.
     
  5. East Coast Tiger

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    Even their own judiciary has no respect for the NRL admin and the match review committee. Sack them all.
     
  6. Timmah

    Timmah LeagueUnlimited News Editor Staff Member

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    Wait on, a system designed to weigh the checks and balances should result in the MRC being sacked because of one particular finding that went against what they'd said?

    What an awful analysis of the system lol
     
  7. East Coast Tiger

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    It proves their charge was wrong. And it's not the first time, as anyone who actually knows the game would know.

    If the player hadn't fought it, as he is discouraged from doing, an incompetent decision would have been upheld without any challenge, as many many incompetent decisions are.

    We never know just how often the MRC get it wrong because the system ensures they are rarely scrutinised. That's your f**king "system". Is it a hard on for Greenberg or the fact it happened against the Bulldogs that hurts the most?
     
  8. yobbo84

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    Right decision, it wasn't a shoulder charge.

    Thank goodness the judiciary panel last night was three former forwards!

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  9. Rabbits20

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    Correctamundo.
     
  10. big hit!

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    big ups to kasey badger being in position/keeping up with play and ruling on two forward passes in the parra vs wests match on monday. proving that if proper touchies are selected rather than the usual old farts with shorts pulled up to their nipples, the extra two officials can actually contribute to the officiating of a match rather than just be glorified flag waivers for obvious outcomes like conversions and when the ball is out of play.
     
  11. mave

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    Sort of reminds me of another tackle in Round 1 that a player missed 2 weeks for
     
  12. coolsteve

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    just goes to show that you dont shoulder charge for the first few weeks and let the hysteria settle down. open slather , now
     
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  13. skeepe

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    How many weeks for Dylan Walker's head slam on Sezer? It would have to be at least two you would think.
     
  14. mave

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    If Burgess does it = zero weeks.

    Walker ( Manly loading) = 2 weeks.

    Normal human watching NRL = what head slam ? I must have missed it.
     
  15. Nice Beaver

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    Zero weeks. Maybe a statue next to Mal's.

    What ya reckon??
     
  16. nick87

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    Nothing in it. I wouldnt even cite him. Penalty was sufficient, if not a touch OTT
     
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  17. lockyno1

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    Burgess should get a month for that shoulder charge
     
  18. SBD82

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    Should. But won't.

    Honestly, how ridiculous would it be to be suspended after he wasn't suspended for elbowing.
     
  19. yobbo84

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    He got 4 weeks, grade 2 shoulder charge.
     
  20. yobbo84

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    Honestly I still can't believe rugby league has reached a point where we're suspending players for tackles to the body.
     

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