First it was ASADA, then it was Sharpe, now...

Discussion in 'State of Origin 2014' started by Big Pete, Jul 9, 2014.

  1. CaptainHook

    CaptainHook NRL Player

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    I thought it was a bit high on Slater, Pete. The most blatant ones were that shot and the one on Inglis. It just beggars belief that they weren't penalised. I wish Papa was playing tonight to give one to Gal.
     
  2. broncsgoat

    broncsgoat NRL Player

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    I'm not sure but wasn't there something about having an ex-player involved as they understood the game better than non-players?

    Can't remember fully.
     
  3. CaptainHook

    CaptainHook NRL Player

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    Yes - ironically, the rulings are now more confusing than ever. Referrals for obstruction are basically a "spin the wheel" situation.

    I just roll my eyes whenever there is talk of a bunker/war room situation. It's a bit of a joke.

    I reckon the solution is pretty simple. Video refs should not be allowed to watch and follow the game. They sit in a darkened room and only see the footage when a decision is referred. That way they can apply a black and white ruling - which would help us get consistency.
     
    It would've been, had they validated Thaiday's totally legal try!
     
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