Absolutely Disgusted!!!!

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Saturday 25 September 2010 7:30PM
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Re: Absolutely Disgusted!!!!

Post by willow » Sun 26 Sep, 2010 11:45 am

Kaiser wrote:when a player leads with with his knees, even when falling into a tackle there is always time change your point of impact. this was a clear cut penalty. the boyd non-play the ball what were they watching. where was hayne the imbo last year for the gibbs incident with knees ! the absolute bloody disgrace of the nrl ie referees have already decided the outcome of the competition no matter who wins next week. the roosters are only there because of THAT scrum ( hayne again ) and the dragons were always going to get the rub of the green frrom those imbo's last night especially when you hear all week about gibb's line speed in defence and how he is flying close to the line. well done hayne, even though you dont deserve to one of the two clowns doing the gf next week the nrl have nothing else to choose from.
ps, hope you enjoy your winnings in the off season hayne, you goose !!

Just on the leading with the knees issue, Bryce Gibbs did it to Luke Burt in 2009 and got suspended for 3 weeks for kneeing Burt in the backside...Now poor Lote may very well have broken ribs from Smith's knees and the refs didn't even look at it. Disappointing to say the least. One thing the refs have proved this year is that they are not consistent.


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Post by sunshine coast tiger » Sun 26 Sep, 2010 11:52 am

willow wrote:
Kaiser wrote:when a player leads with with his knees, even when falling into a tackle there is always time change your point of impact. this was a clear cut penalty. the boyd non-play the ball what were they watching. where was hayne the imbo last year for the gibbs incident with knees ! the absolute bloody disgrace of the nrl ie referees have already decided the outcome of the competition no matter who wins next week. the roosters are only there because of THAT scrum ( hayne again ) and the dragons were always going to get the rub of the green frrom those imbo's last night especially when you hear all week about gibb's line speed in defence and how he is flying close to the line. well done hayne, even though you dont deserve to one of the two clowns doing the gf next week the nrl have nothing else to choose from.
ps, hope you enjoy your winnings in the off season hayne, you goose !!

Just on the leading with the knees issue, Bryce Gibbs did it to Luke Burt in 2009 and got suspended for 3 weeks for kneeing Burt in the backside...Now poor Lote may very well have broken ribs from Smith's knees and the refs didn't even look at it. Disappointing to say the least. One thing the refs have proved this year is that they are not consistent.
At the ground it looked like they were looking at it. The video ref should have been man enough to say knees, doesn't matter if it was an accident or not he lead with the knees. Compared to Gibbs who raced a long way to try and stop a try, the dragons player should get 5 weeks it was much worse than the Gibbs tackle.

i want to know why was not a penalty. In my opinion the refs are either inept or corrupt.

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Post by prattenpark » Sun 26 Sep, 2010 1:19 pm

innsaneink wrote:Some ordinary posts here imo...understanderble i guess due to the situation.

But I think most penalties I saw were warranted, the thing that got me was they were'nt going both ways.
We got pinged for offside numerous times yet they clearly were too and nothing was done.
The Lote knees thing I initially thought was accidental as did Gould & Sterlo, I stand by that.
1 situation though stands out in my mind, two clear as day set re-starts.
1. saints held up over our line, we are defending on our goal line but the ref takes the play the ball back 13m out?
A few mins later we get a tap on our 20, after they kick it dead I think...they are all exactly 10m back.
It definitely wasnt going our way
I agree, Ink.
And, you know, I think all the complaining about the referees detracts from our performance. I'd rather focus on the positives. Stand up and be proud of what the Tigers did do last night, and this year. It was a huge effort. They were flat on their feet, busted and injured. They gave it all against the best defensive outfit in the competition and nearly came away with the points. We used more players than just about any other team this year. Never seemed to have a settled line-up, through injury. We made the top 4 and almost made the grand final. We ARE going to blitz it next year.

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Post by IronTiger » Sun 26 Sep, 2010 1:22 pm

I agree also and don't like looking for excuses and as Sheensy said it's done there is no next week BUT to see Smith has been sited for the tackle on Lote leaves a very very bitter taste.....

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Post by mtd » Sun 26 Sep, 2010 2:46 pm

prattenpark wrote: I think all the complaining about the referees detracts from our performance. I'd rather focus on the positives. Stand up and be proud of what the Tigers did do last night, and this year. It was a huge effort. They were flat on their feet, busted and injured.
its all good and well to focus on the positives, but its still hard to swallow the blatant inconsistency.. the tigers were flat on their feet was because the referee's didn't equally penalise the dragons when they were offside. it led to our tiredness and piggy backed the dragons to 6 points in the first half... thats really when we lost the game.. the dragons received penalties on 4th and 5th tackles, we received them on the 1st and 2nd.

we got penalised for something as soft as a leg pull, meanwhile young elbowed farah in the face and smith kneed tuqiri. sure, they were niggly things, but its not consistent with anything thats happened all season.

if we lost and the ref's gave calls both ways - OK, sweet. but they didnt. it was a load of crap.


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Post by Illek » Sun 26 Sep, 2010 3:07 pm

We got penalised fairly, they did not. Its pretty simple, there needs to be consistency, but we all know that hayne would never have given us a chance, and I'm proud that the guys manage to hold in so well against such unfair refing. Personally I'm counting the days till he retires, and I never have to see him on the field again.

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Post by glebe_tiger » Sun 26 Sep, 2010 3:58 pm

i dont get it if i were sheens i would be letting rip about the refs now season is over and pay the f**king fine and be done with it.

no one is doubting our effort last night it was phenomenal, we were out of gas in the last 20 as expected but with a penalty to us for lote's ribbing we could of hit the lead and held out till fulltime.

and how does someone not get penalised for a knees in the back during the game and is later given a grade one offence against their name?

maybe they were evening it out from the canberra penalty which looked a little suss that we got to take the lead end of game.

either way the refs currently are a disaster.

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Post by Tigerdave » Sun 26 Sep, 2010 4:07 pm

who's to say all this won't happen next year??? no good burying our heads in the sand....things need to change and that won't happen if people don't complain it.

I'm honestly going to find it hard to look forward to next year if poor reffing decisions will continue to change the make-up of the finals. These weren't minor 50/50 calls either!

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Post by supercoach » Sun 26 Sep, 2010 4:50 pm

I just dont see how two refs two touch judges and a bloke in the box did not make the call on Youngs forearm to Farahs head and Smiths charge with the knees.
They pinged us for a leg pull but turn a blind eye to four play. We deserve a explanation why five officals got it so wrong. Maybe we should all email Gallop and ask for a explanation. It was up their on the big screen for everyone to see. If you make a accidental high tackle you get pinged the same should apply for leading into the tackle with your knees . Okay Benji may or may not have kicked the goal but we will never know now

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Post by angeman » Sun 26 Sep, 2010 4:56 pm

so Jeremy Smith has just been cited - in other words it was a bleepin penalty!

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Post by tiger tigers » Sun 26 Sep, 2010 5:00 pm

They pinged us for a leg pull but turn a blind eye to four play. We deserve a explanation why five officals got it so wrong. Maybe we should all email Gallop and ask for a explanation....
GEE SUPERCOACH fourplay in rugby league ... now that would make it more interesting lol......

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Post by cunno » Sun 26 Sep, 2010 9:17 pm

Geo. wrote:
Aladinsane wrote:What is also upsetting is that the 2 Sunday papers don't even mention all the bad calls the Wests Tigers got. It would have been easier to take the International day of the Tiger ( which ironically is today) if the back pages had headlines like " The Wests Tigers ripped off by Refs" ..."St George won with 15 men on the field"
All except this bloke Alad..

* Tony Adams
* From: The Sunday Telegraph
* September 26, 2010 12:02AM

Tigers bite their tongue over Smith's knee on Tuqiri

Great quotes directly from Sheens as well..
From memory sheen's quote was ' well everyone saw it' that said it all, but it made no difference I heard today that the cited players can play next weekend if they enter early guilty pleas, doesn't that equate to the fact that we should have received a penalty over the knees in the back?????
I understand Sheens quote, he is the Australian coach.

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Post by Balmain Bug » Sun 26 Sep, 2010 9:41 pm

WT have a 17% success rate with Hayne as ref.

Nuf said.
Wests Tigers colours are Black, White & Orange. Balmain are Black & Orange. Wests Tigers are not Balmain. Please take note Wests Tigers CEO.

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Post by RatedRKO » Sun 26 Sep, 2010 9:43 pm

Balmain Bug wrote:WT have a 17% success rate with Hayne as ref.

Nuf said.
Source?

Wouldn't surprise me.

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Post by Tigerdave » Mon 27 Sep, 2010 6:31 am

djm619 wrote:
Balmain Bug wrote:WT have a 17% success rate with Hayne as ref.

Nuf said.
Source?

Wouldn't surprise me.

NRL stats has him at 43.24% overall..... 39.13% away from home
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Post by Blackpearl » Mon 27 Sep, 2010 4:31 pm

sunshine coast tiger wrote:
willow wrote:
Kaiser wrote:when a player leads with with his knees, even when falling into a tackle there is always time change your point of impact. this was a clear cut penalty. the boyd non-play the ball what were they watching. where was hayne the imbo last year for the gibbs incident with knees ! the absolute bloody disgrace of the nrl ie referees have already decided the outcome of the competition no matter who wins next week. the roosters are only there because of THAT scrum ( hayne again ) and the dragons were always going to get the rub of the green frrom those imbo's last night especially when you hear all week about gibb's line speed in defence and how he is flying close to the line. well done hayne, even though you dont deserve to one of the two clowns doing the gf next week the nrl have nothing else to choose from.
ps, hope you enjoy your winnings in the off season hayne, you goose !!

Just on the leading with the knees issue, Bryce Gibbs did it to Luke Burt in 2009 and got suspended for 3 weeks for kneeing Burt in the backside...Now poor Lote may very well have broken ribs from Smith's knees and the refs didn't even look at it. Disappointing to say the least. One thing the refs have proved this year is that they are not consistent.
At the ground it looked like they were looking at it. The video ref should have been man enough to say knees, doesn't matter if it was an accident or not he lead with the knees. Compared to Gibbs who raced a long way to try and stop a try, the dragons player should get 5 weeks it was much worse than the Gibbs tackle.

i want to know why was not a penalty. In my opinion the refs are either inept or corrupt.
sunshine coast tiger ... they're extremely inept and there definately needs to be a review of betting in games. its all very suspect when decisions are made like the galloway play-the-ball in the first half and then no decision made with 7 to go and boyd tried three times to play and failed yet it was play on. all season it is apparent that the peanuts with the whistle will decide the gf. but even they have excelled themselves by deciding the gf before it is played by absolutely butchering the tigers in the finls series. the nrl and their imbo refs are an absolute bloody disgrace. wont even bother to watch the gf after the best team did not make it because of hayne's total ineptitude.
I dislike sowfs immensely

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Post by Cysquatch » Mon 27 Sep, 2010 4:57 pm

like the galloway play-the-ball in the first half and then no decision made with 7 to go and boyd tried three times to play and failed yet it was play on

i know. joke. weak
by Novocastrian Tiger » Fri Mar 18, 2011 10:34 pm
Is it just me, or do alot of posts on this forum end up being like a pee pee measuring contest?

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Post by Yossarian » Mon 27 Sep, 2010 5:14 pm

Balmain Bug wrote:WT have a 17% success rate with Hayne as ref.

Nuf said.
I thought that was Matt Checchin?

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