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Re: Disciplinary Process.

Wed May 29, 2019 5:08 pm

moxi1 wrote:Both Hull clubs get a bad deal, of this I’m sure we’re in agreement as rival fans. Scott Taylor for yourselves has been on the end of some very poor outcomes this season alone.


No, this is codswallop.

There is no conspiracy against either Hull or Rovers.

It's embarrassing when people claim that there is.

Re: Disciplinary Process.

Wed May 29, 2019 5:40 pm

I can see why cudgel is unhappy that a process overseen by a former warringtpn player and coach sees his club captain banned for a game against warrington

Re: Disciplinary Process.

Wed May 29, 2019 5:45 pm

I'm pretty sure I read somewhere that the crusher tackle ruling has been changed.

If the player in possession turns in the tackle and continues gaining ground moving "backwards", then he's taking more of a risk of suffering a crusher tackle.
It would still be an offence if committed, but is now treated more leniently.

So there are now crusher tackles and crusher tackles, depending on …...

Re: Disciplinary Process.

Wed May 29, 2019 6:20 pm

Jake the Peg wrote:I can see why cudgel is unhappy that a process overseen by a former warringtpn player and coach sees his club captain banned for a game against warrington


Yes, Warrington need all the help they can in beating Hull KR.

So do you think that no-one should be part of a disciplinary panel if anyone playing in a game they are reviewing are due to play a club the panelist has been involved with sometime over the last, say, twenty years?

Re: Disciplinary Process.

Wed May 29, 2019 7:33 pm

ComeOnYouUll wrote:Yes, Warrington need all the help they can in beating Hull KR.

So do you think that no-one should be part of a disciplinary panel if anyone playing in a game they are reviewing are due to play a club the panelist has been involved with sometime over the last, say, twenty years?

Yeah. It's like a judge presiding over a case involving his mate

Re: Disciplinary Process.

Wed May 29, 2019 7:40 pm

ComeOnYouUll wrote:Yes, Warrington need all the help they can in beating Hull KR.

So do you think that no-one should be part of a disciplinary panel if anyone playing in a game they are reviewing are due to play a club the panelist has been involved with sometime over the last, say, twenty years?


It's only an issue for Hudgell when it directly impacts Rovers, thereby looking like sour grapes - see Justin Poore, John Boudebza etc.

Re: Disciplinary Process.

Wed May 29, 2019 7:43 pm

Mrs Barista wrote:It's only an issue for Hudgell when it directly impacts Rovers, thereby looking like sour grapes - see Justin Poore, John Boudebza etc.

Wasnt hudgell overseeing some revamp of the disciplinary process?

Re: Disciplinary Process.

Wed May 29, 2019 7:59 pm

Jake the Peg wrote:Wasnt hudgell overseeing some revamp of the disciplinary process?

Correct, he did last year. Maybe if he'd made recommendations about who could execute it, disqualifying anyone with any previous affiliation to any club biu still with on depth technical knowledge of the game at the top level, this could have been avoided.

Re: Disciplinary Process.

Mon Jun 03, 2019 2:10 pm

Fairly quiet, although Paea gets 2 more warnings for use of knees.

https://www.rugby-league.com/article/55 ... view-panel

Re: Disciplinary Process.

Mon Jun 03, 2019 4:40 pm

2 warrington players banned. If lineham had been sent off as he should have been wed likely be playing rovers in the semi
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