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    Default Why not red?

    Wales v Ireland text book red? Any excuse for not awarding it?

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    Default Dave Pearson what have you done?

    Had to be a red card. He even described exactly why it should be a red. He has just made all of our jobs harder, taking us all back a few steps from where we were after the world cup. He has even given Sad4Sam something to moan about. Huge error DP and we will all suffer.

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    Default Re: Why not red?

    Cos the AR recommended yellow and Barnes hadn't seen the offence. Despite this, the AR had told Barnes what the offence was so he should have known automatic RC???

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    Default Re: Why not red?

    Cannot see any reason. Was the TJ's view blocked? I would agree that you cannot get a more perfect opportunity for a red card!

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    Default Re: Dave Pearson what have you done?

    Can it be upgraded to red by the citing officer?
    I presume AR's are assessed at that level also! Could that be Mr Pearson's last involvement? Is he due to referee any games?
    It's hard to have a battle of wits when your opponent is unarmed.

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    Default Re: Dave Pearson what have you done?

    Should Steven Ferris' yellow be red also?
    It's hard to have a battle of wits when your opponent is unarmed.

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    Default Re: Why not red?

    Contraversial. Was the last penalty a dangerous tackle? Should it have been a YC? If so why was it judged to be on a par as the penalty and YC given earlier?

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    Default Re: Dave Pearson what have you done?

    Could you provide a video link?

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    Default Re: Dave Pearson what have you done?

    Somebody who knows what they're doing might. I've all on to turn the laptop on!
    It's hard to have a battle of wits when your opponent is unarmed.

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    Default Re: Why not red?

    Penalty I'll give you it's ok, I'm thinking that was a fine tackle, but a yellow card is way over the top.

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