My original comment was only tongue-in-cheek mate.You are effectively talking about match fixing.
It would not surprise me one bit if the nrl decision advisor was actually that cross-eyed dude from Spaceballs.My original comment was only tongue-in-cheek mate.
Obviously they would have to come down hard on match fixing, that just goes without saying.
What I was alluding to though, is that you really shouldn’t be surprised by any ****-up or double standards from the NRL administration, no matter how big or small.
They continually shoot themselves in the foot, contradict themselves and just make shit up as they go.
Indeed, we shouldn’t be surprised if they rewarded the Sharks for match fixing with a Golden Ticket to the GF.
After all, they really didn’t punish them for the peptide saga or salary cap breaches that conveniently only happened either side of their premiership year, did they...
"I'm sorry sir, i'm doing my best"It would not surprise me one bit if the nrl decision advisor was actually that cross-eyed dude from Spaceballs.
After the refs have looked like they were doing their best to sink us for the past 4 weeks?You guys worried about a draw aren’t thinking enough like NRL officials. It actually greatly benefits us.
An obviously fixed draw would be a massive embarrassment for the NRL, and rescheduling the games is a headache pragmatically.
So you’re the NRL and you want to avoid a situation where 2 teams are playing for a draw and you’re trying to avoid rescheduling - what is the easiest solution?
You encourage a broncos victory of course. Making the Sharks v Tigers game a sudden death play off for the 8th spot.
True, but even better would be if we turned up ready to play with energy and enthusiasm - would turn out much better than writing poetry about themI think versing Manly in round 1 of the finals would be far better than versing the eels. In the second week, If we made it, is say the order of teams we would want to play would be raiders > Rabbits > Roosters > Storm. Even though roosters are the best, we just never beat Melbourne.