As I see it Prycy landed badly and did an amazing job to get the ball down... sorry all you Prycy boo boys but there you have it.
I feared the worst given his history of back problems and indeed the medical staff signified the change to be made whilst he was still lying on the floor.
NOW TO THE TRUTH....
From what I saw Morro immediately went to Crookes and got him to warm up on the touchline with our staff holding the card ready to make the interchange.
Then Prycy gets up and walks back with the Physio giving a thumbs up whilst the Doctor chats with Karl before confirming the Physio's thumbs up by putting his thumbs up also.
At no point did I see the Dewsbury coaching staff force them to do this or indeed did the coaching staff decide to keep Prycy on the field... in fact as I saw it Morro was shouting due to the indecision and the fact HE wanted to make the change.
We will never know what has gone on behind closed doors both before and after the event and of course after the 'Mourinho' incident it is very easy to jump on the bandwagon and make something appear different to what it was.
Let's remember after last weeks horrific injury to the Batley player and hearing Morro in the post match interviews saying he wanted medical staff to get enough room to give the injured Batley player all the support they needed as player welfare is a number 1 priority why would he not afford the same to his own player?
Yes tempers raged, yes things could have been different... I could not hear exactly what words were exchanged and yes it is not ideal to do it publicly but they were in a middle of a match in a confusing scenario.
To accuse the coaching staff of ignoring medical advice is a serious accusation, and one that should not be taken lightly but feel that given the evidence is not true in this instance.