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    Default Re: Munster vs Southern Kings 14 February 2020. - Yellow card

    Quote Originally Posted by Arabcheif View Post
    Red 20 hasn't tried to prevent escalation or attempted to de-escalate. He's grabbed his opponent by the scruff of the neck. That said I see it of more a failed strike with the elbow. So Y/C for both for me.
    ????????????

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    "Red 20 (openside flanker) runs back 20m to get involved. While trying to drag a teammate out of the brawl he got an elbow in the head for his trouble."


    ??????????????????

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    Default Re: Munster vs Southern Kings 14 February 2020. - Yellow card

    If there are two people fighting just leave them to it.
    Other players running in to "break it up" can only escalate things.

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    Default Re: Munster vs Southern Kings 14 February 2020. - Yellow card

    Quote Originally Posted by Phil E View Post
    If there are two people fighting just leave them to it.
    Other players running in to "break it up" can only escalate things.
    what wheen there are several... players shouldnt stand aside and try and stop their teammates ?

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    Default Re: Munster vs Southern Kings 14 February 2020. - Yellow card

    Quote Originally Posted by didds View Post
    what wheen there are several... players shouldnt stand aside and try and stop their teammates ?

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    It always starts off with just two.

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    Default Re: Munster vs Southern Kings 14 February 2020. - Yellow card

    Also, players standing nearby tend to just "front up" but keep things from escalating beyond chest-bumps and shirt grabs; I always take a step back, specifically to keep the wider view and to catch the players running in to escalate things (anything cardable at the flashpoint is visible anyway). I've yet to see someone sprint in to a conflict just to pull a team mate away!

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    Default Re: Munster vs Southern Kings 14 February 2020. - Yellow card

    Quote Originally Posted by didds View Post
    ????????????

    The OP says

    "Red 20 (openside flanker) runs back 20m to get involved. While trying to drag a teammate out of the brawl he got an elbow in the head for his trouble."


    ??????????????????

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    Well it seems the OP is talking about a different incident than in the video shared. Red 20, grabs an opposition number by the scruff of the neck, then grabs his shirt and drags him out. Not his team mate.
    Last edited by Arabcheif; 19-02-20 at 13:02.

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    Default Re: Munster vs Southern Kings 14 February 2020. - Yellow card

    Quote Originally Posted by Phil E View Post
    It always starts off with just two.
    yes


    and when its > 2 and player X wants to try and remove his TEAMATE from the fracas that is as bad? is that what I am reading here? Just wnat to be sure?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Arabcheif View Post
    Well it seems the OP is talking about a different incident than in the video shared. Red 20, grabs an opposition number by the scruff of the neck, then grabs his shirt and drags him out. Not his team mate.
    i've no idea. I was responding to the OP

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rich_NL View Post
    Also, players standing nearby tend to just "front up" but keep things from escalating beyond chest-bumps and shirt grabs; I always take a step back, specifically to keep the wider view and to catch the players running in to escalate things (anything cardable at the flashpoint is visible anyway). I've yet to see someone sprint in to a conflict just to pull a team mate away!
    strangely I have.

    there's a thing.

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    Default Re: Munster vs Southern Kings 14 February 2020. - Yellow card

    Quote Originally Posted by didds View Post

    i've no idea. I was responding to the OP

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    There is video evidence m'lud.
    Be reasonable - do it my way.

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    Default Re: Munster vs Southern Kings 14 February 2020. - Yellow card

    so is the video evidence the same case as discussed in the OP? There is a suggestion above/previously that it isnt.

    If it is the sasme then the cideo soesnt seem to match the O)P's description of pulling a team mate away so I doubty it is the same.

    ???????

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    Default Re: Munster vs Southern Kings 14 February 2020. - Yellow card

    Didds,
    It appears my beered up Saturday night version of the incident is somewhat erroneous. However I cannot edit the post, so you’ll have to excuse my misleading account. No malice intended.
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