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Thread: Preventing the QT???

      
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    Default Re: Preventing the QT???

    Good old NO, he seems to quickly learn from his errors. Albeit this player was ' a wee tad' more obvious that Hugets delay on this QTI prevention

    https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=KvwuYPwM3UA

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    Default Re: Preventing the QT???

    Quote Originally Posted by Browner View Post
    Good old NO, he seems to quickly learn from his errors. Albeit this player was ' a wee tad' more obvious that Hugets delay on this QTI prevention

    https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=KvwuYPwM3UA
    Brian Moore did an interesting tweet on that incident saying that the scottish player could have prevented the QTI legally by passing the ball to the AR (so that someone else had touched it, and QT therefore no longer on).

    Who would agree, and who would give a PK for that as well?

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    Default Re: Preventing the QT???

    The AR should not touch the ball. I would suggest that deliberately giving hte ball to someone else, is not releasing the ball to the opposition. And is preventing a PK, so a potential PK.

    I wasn't sure the incident in the clip should have been a PK. I don't think the French were close enough to the ball, etc. for it to be material. But prefer that this gets given, than incidents like the other one don't get given.

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    Default Re: Preventing the QT???

    Quote Originally Posted by crossref View Post
    Brian Moore did an interesting tweet on that incident saying that the scottish player could have prevented the QTI legally by passing the ball to the AR (so that someone else had touched it, and QT therefore no longer on).

    Who would agree, and who would give a PK for that as well?
    I would, the player knows the ARs status, and all these gamesmanships need to removed from the game in the same way cynical offences are being.

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