Send off dead?

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  1. thorson1987

    thorson1987 Coach

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    If it wasn't definite before it is now.

    How the f**k Koro stayed on the field is beyond me.
     
  2. BuffaloRules

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    In other news, water is wet.
     
  3. shaggs

    shaggs First Grade

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    He doesn't know the rules. Just like most of the refs. Blatant trip from I've ever seen one. Will only get a week, but should be more.
     
  4. thorson1987

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    Should get at least 3.
     
  5. butchmcdick

    butchmcdick Immortal

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    This

    So much this
     
  6. I Bleed Maroon

    I Bleed Maroon Referee

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    You can put the sin bin in the bin as well. The NRL have become so scared shitless of negative press, they can't even enforce their own rules
     
  7. thorson1987

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    Miss the sin bin tonight did you?
     
  8. East Coast Tiger

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    The number of deliberate penalties has gone through the roof this year. Must be down to interchange and warm weather but it won't stop while refs are too gutless to use the bin. Send offs are dead. No doubt. But the unwillingness to bin is worse I reckon because it is having an impact on every game. Not only is it slowing the game but it's leading to more penalty goals. It'll be like union if it keeps going this way. The irony is they use the bin a lot in union. They also use it a lot in super league and not just for pro fouls but also fouls. It would only take two or three to stop the rot in the NRL. But it won't happen. The NRL has no idea and refs have no balls.
     
  9. I Bleed Maroon

    I Bleed Maroon Referee

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    You mean the one that Parra begged for but didn't get?
     
  10. some11

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    Scared of having two binnings in the same game.

    Here's a thought: enforce the f**king rules and watch players think twice in the future.
     
  11. BennyV

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    :lol::lol:
     
  12. typicalfan

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    Yep I think sinbin should be used for the 3rd ruck penalty in a sequence on the goal line.
     
  13. Usain Bolt

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    Use the sin bin like Union does. Soon sort out the penalties
     
  14. applesauce

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    Change it to 5 minute sin bin, or 2 sets of 6 off the field. The 10mins is the reason the refs are so reluctant.
     
  15. simmo05

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    Even professional fouls get let off these days
     
  16. Tweed Titan

    Tweed Titan Juniors

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    Yes a couple of Parramatta goal line defensive efforts were begging for a sin binning. Incidents involving Gutherson and Beau Scott spring straight to mind.
     
  17. some11

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    That was a professional foul for your life, his reaction after holding down was like he knew he was going to get pinged for it.
     
  18. myanonymoususername

    myanonymoususername Juniors

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    They won't even enforce simple rules like stay onside and don't slow down the ruck for fear of the penalty count getting too high. Would really help to have a month of refs blowing the pea out of their whistles and penalising absolutely everything to get the players and coaches actually complying with rules.

    And do the union thing with repeated infringements. After about 2-3 penalties its next bloke to give away a penalty gets a yellow card.
     
  19. I Bleed Maroon

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    Exactly, and yet flogs like the OP and his jester friend BennyV act like they don't know exactly what I'm talking about.
     
  20. thorson1987

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    You claimed the sin bin was dead.

    The fact it happened tonight proved you are wrong.
     

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