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Old Frightful

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Old Frightful last won the day on October 3 2020

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  1. Pretty sure you're correct here. I have this feeling that, once Kendall gave the penalty for ball stealing, having known it was a harsh call given the reaction of the Salford players, he then called in the touch judge for a chat. Once he did this, any actions from that moment on, ie the sin binning, would be credited to the touch judge, as far as the fans are concerned. It's a great get out clause for the ref.
  2. Is this how you watch the game or are you just on a wind up? And do you really believe your second line or is that part of this possible wind up? Referees certainly make errors, the penalty and ensuing sin binning for the perfectly legal ball steal is crystal clear evidence of that. But to say Chris Kendall took to the field last night in a mind set of "I'm not awarding any advantage to Hull KR", then upon hearing the crowd's displeasure, changed his mind and started to lean towards Rovers, is suggesting he is corrupt and just wants an easy life. I really hope that's not what yo
  3. Excuse me, we played last night. Agree otherwise, Kendal got that wrong then compounded it with a sin bin. Momentum never stopped, fair steal I reckon.
  4. Who....him? To be quite honest, I'd rather he cut some of his antics out but only if it didn't affect his game. He's a match winner and does stuff that only Jake Connor can do.
  5. You choose that one moment to comment about Connor? The young lad was great on his feet and would probably have beaten most in a one on one. Connor went on to be hugely influential in Hull's win and I thought should have at least been a MOM candidate. Not a very inspiring game sadly but one or two enjoyable tries
  6. Thank f*** for that. https://www.seriousaboutrl.com/former-referee-blasts-decision-to-introduce-ball-steal-rule-after-it-gets-shelved-for-2022-40096/
  7. https://www.seriousaboutrl.com/cooper-should-never-play-for-warrington-again-how-social-media-reacted-to-mike-coopers-barge-on-coach-steve-price-40030/?fbclid=IwAR1Gxnau4Lx9qb-I4mnoz61Cm8dRDtQvcp7q-gwFP-rZbsOv9_WZLczpLek
  8. Josh Griffin at the disciplinary - 2 game penalty notice dangerous contact. I bet he's gutted.
  9. https://www.google.com/url?sa=t&source=web&rct=j&url=https://www.seriousaboutrl.com/anthony-gelling-leaves-leigh-40021/amp/&ved=2ahUKEwjyirydt4XxAhVG4qQKHTzHAaEQyM8BMAF6BAgDEAo&usg=AOvVaw0Blazt5F5u7o7S-F0IYbdX&ampcf=1
  10. Anyone seen the clip "The video that's worth a thousand words" on Facebook? It shows Mike Cooper leaving the field after being substituted. I don't think he has much respect for his coach.
  11. Before we end up having to agree to disagree, why do you think some Saints' players were more concerned with Griffin's welfare than with Fages scoring the try? As you've said, it was a "very, very rare situation", and such situations could call for very, very rare decisions for the good of the game.
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