Serbian rugby league player moons opposition team



  • Serbian rugby league teams get down and dirty

    A shocking all-in brawl in a rugby league final saw fighting dirty take on a whole new meaning when one player decided to drop his daks.

    Link for video: https://www.news.com.au/sport/more-sports/serbian-rugby-league-teams-get-down-and-dirty/news-story/f8432b2d3d9e795db7dfb11f037b718c

    We’ve heard about fighting dirty but this is next level.
    Two Serbian rugby league teams — yes, apparently they play the greatest game of all in the Balkans — got down and dirty as their grand final came to an ugly end.
    In a clash that, while it might not have the same ring to it as the Dragons vs Sharks, still provided plenty of highlights (and lowlights, as we’ll see), the mighty Red Star Belgrade took on Partizan on what, judging by the woodwork set up behind the goalposts, is actually a football pitch most of the time.
    But what they lacked in line markings and over-enthusiastic trainers wearing compression tights, the players more than made up for with passion, because boy do they take their league seriously in Serbia, if footage of the game uploaded to Facebook is anything to go by.
    Amongst the razzle dazzle on show, we want to focus on a couple of ugly incidents that occurred as Red Star extended its lead to 34-16. A big bopper regathered a fumble close to Partizan’s tryline and he broke through a couple of attempted tackles before offloading to a teammate to score under the sticks.
    Partizan then took the approach that, if you can’t beat them, at least beat them up.
    The tryscorer received some extra attention, sparking an all-in brawl that lasted for over a minute. Early in the brawl a Red Star player is taken aside by three Partizan players and cops some whacks to the face as both teams go at each other in the in-goal area.
    CHECK OUT THE BRAWL IN THE VIDEO PLAYER ABOVE
    “This is a disgraceful effort here towards the end of the game,” one commentator said. “That is poor — really, really poor.
    “This is incredible undisciplined play.
    “We need to stop this … this is very, very, very poor from Partizan at the end of this game.
    “It’s bitterness and it’s poor sportsmanship.”
    Play stopped for several minutes as the officials addressed both captains, and one player from each team was sent off.
    The try stood and Red Star converted, but that was when things took another twist.
    Partizan trudged back to halfway for the kick-off before one of the players in black and white added insult to injury. He bent down, faced his own tryline and dropped his daks, giving the opposition an eyeful of a place where the sun doesn’t shine.
    For his trouble, No. 5 was sent to the sin bin, giving one of his teammates a high five on the way off.
    Possibly the greatest thing to come out of the pantsless protest was one commentator saying: “He gets 10 minutes for mooning the Red Star team.”
    His colleague added: “That’s just pathetic, our international fans have witnessed something new there.
    “Partizan have absolutely lost their brains.”
    For the record, Red Star won 36-16 and the players shook hands with each other after the full-time whistle. But we’re not sure if No. 5 washed his hands first.



  • a bit cheeky



  • Theres a serb at work but I dont think I’ll show him this…he has not much of a sense of humour



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    a bit cheeky

    crack of the day m8



  • It’s a shame this is how the Serbs get a run from News Ltd. They’ve put in a great effort to develop the game there and regionally.



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    Theres a serb at work but I dont think I’ll show him this…he has not much of a sense of humour

    Years ago i worked with a Bosnian bloke, an absolute beast of a fella, he hopped on the industrial scales we had and he was 160kg! Used to lift these 100kg rolls of plastic film like they were nothing. He was a funny bloke, we were chatting about which African-American famous women we thought were hot and he pipes up with “what about Oprah?..…big ti##ies!” 😆



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    It’s a shame this is how the Serbs get a run from News Ltd. They’ve put in a great effort to develop the game there and regionally.

    Yes they have. A mate of mine was appointed the Red Star coach at the start of the year. He had to resign after six months due to recurrent health problems. I’m pretty sure they didn’t lose a game under him and haven’t done since. Steve Mascord has been plugging it too.

    And this is how News: Limited introduce the game to the Australian RL public. Pathetic.



  • We should get a couple of them on a development contract.

    I remember Sheens signing a couple of russians and the articles about how it was an untapped well.



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    We should get a couple of them on a development contract.

    I remember Sheens signing a couple of russians and the articles about how it was an untapped well.

    Back in the late 90’s-early 2000’s that Russian prop Ian Rubin was a pretty good player, would of played easily over 100 games IIRC. They would have some big mongrels over in that neck of the woods.


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    It’s a shame this is how the Serbs get a run from News Ltd. They’ve put in a great effort to develop the game there and regionally.

    Yes they have. A mate of mine was appointed the Red Star coach at the start of the year. He had to resign after six months due to recurrent health problems. I’m pretty sure they didn’t lose a game under him and haven’t done since. Steve Mascord has been plugging it too.

    And this is how News: Limited introduce the game to the Australian RL public. Pathetic.

    Some would see it a plus - biff and butt. The highlight of rugby sevens every year up here is the streakers


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