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    Default Re: SCO-WAL breakdown

    Quote Originally Posted by belhysys View Post
    However for me first offence is off feet from blue, even for international lvl, then side from red. if red gets the ball plays on - no materiality
    I agree with the order of infringements, but disagree with the approach. If you let this sort of thing go because the team who infringed first didn't get the ball then it'll happen at every breakdown.

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    Default Re: SCO-WAL breakdown

    Blue off his feet?
    Never gets pinged at that level.

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    Default Re: SCO-WAL breakdown

    Quote Originally Posted by DocY View Post
    I agree with the order of infringements, but disagree with the approach. If you let this sort of thing go because the team who infringed first didn't get the ball then it'll happen at every breakdown.
    "He was off his feet! And in from the side!"
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    Default Re: SCO-WAL breakdown

    Quote Originally Posted by Dickie E View Post
    Menace, I hear you but if I look at that still photo, and imagine that blue headgear and yellow boots weren't there, I believe the ref would have rewarded the jackler.
    Quite possibly.
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    Default Re: SCO-WAL breakdown

    Blue 7 was on the ball in the still and had not done what gets penalised now of reaching over the ball and then dragging back. I agree it is a judgement call and maybe not c&o either way, but red 7 was C&O in from behind (not even the side!)

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    Dickie, Have you changed your mind from earlier posts? Pinky's post is the opposite of yours.

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    Default Re: SCO-WAL breakdown

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    Dickie, Have you changed your mind from earlier posts? Pinky's post is the opposite of yours.
    had not done what gets penalised now
    I think we're in agreement. Let Blue go and ping Red. Or am I misreading it?
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