[Match Discussion] Hull on Friday

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Re: [Match Discussion] Hull on Friday

Post by Fumper27 » 23 Jul 2022, 09:50

Tamworth Tiger wrote: 23 Jul 2022, 09:41
jackknife wrote: 23 Jul 2022, 07:55
Wembley86 wrote: 22 Jul 2022, 21:03
Fumper27 wrote: 22 Jul 2022, 20:08 Is every Hull player called Jake Connor as he’s the only one been mentioned so far?
The Connor love in is embarrassing
Interesting Connor being taken off i assumed because the game was gone but he looked to be sulking on bench 😂 and when Hodgson was asked if he was fit to play next week his reply was that he wouldnt let emotion decide n nobody did the shirt proud, and also mention players pushing and shoving instead of tackling and defending which that explains Connor perfectly. Sometimes hes more interested in winding opposition players up.

Maybe im reading too much into it but could be a bit of an argument between them.
Connor didn’t look happy sat in the stands. I wasn’t sure it was him at first, I’ve never seen him with his mouth shut before 😂
My favourite bit of watching last night 😂😂

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Re: [Match Discussion] Hull on Friday

Post by Tamworth Tiger » 23 Jul 2022, 10:16

Fumper27 wrote: 23 Jul 2022, 09:50
Tamworth Tiger wrote: 23 Jul 2022, 09:41
jackknife wrote: 23 Jul 2022, 07:55
Wembley86 wrote: 22 Jul 2022, 21:03
Fumper27 wrote: 22 Jul 2022, 20:08 Is every Hull player called Jake Connor as he’s the only one been mentioned so far?
The Connor love in is embarrassing
Interesting Connor being taken off i assumed because the game was gone but he looked to be sulking on bench 😂 and when Hodgson was asked if he was fit to play next week his reply was that he wouldnt let emotion decide n nobody did the shirt proud, and also mention players pushing and shoving instead of tackling and defending which that explains Connor perfectly. Sometimes hes more interested in winding opposition players up.

Maybe im reading too much into it but could be a bit of an argument between them.
Connor didn’t look happy sat in the stands. I wasn’t sure it was him at first, I’ve never seen him with his mouth shut before 😂
My favourite bit of watching last night 😂😂
Seeing Pearson’s face in the stands was hilarious too. Him and Connor looked like bookends. Radford must have loved it. What goes around comes around! 😂😂😂

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Re: [Match Discussion] Hull on Friday

Post by tigerfeat » 23 Jul 2022, 10:34

Fair play to the hull fans they gave Radford a decent reception there was no booing him when his face kept coming up on the screen smiling and laughing
He's done a fantastic job at Cas so far for mine
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Re: [Match Discussion] Hull on Friday

Post by Tamworth Tiger » 23 Jul 2022, 12:30

tigerfeat wrote: 23 Jul 2022, 10:34 Fair play to the hull fans they gave Radford a decent reception there was no booing him when his face kept coming up on the screen smiling and laughing
He's done a fantastic job at Cas so far for mine
I should imagine a lot of them would welcome him back!

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Re: [Match Discussion] Hull on Friday

Post by tigerfeat » 23 Jul 2022, 14:08

Indeed ... to win two major trophys a great achievement he must have loved every minute of last night the way he was sacked there
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Re: [Match Discussion] Hull on Friday

Post by Tigers1926 » 23 Jul 2022, 21:56

Just watched last night's game, and that decision to sinbin Lawler on the 80th minute was absolutely shocking by Kendall. Told Lawler he laid on too long, but surely a bit of common sense should have been used 🙄

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Re: [Match Discussion] Hull on Friday

Post by derbystiger » 23 Jul 2022, 22:23

Tigers1926 wrote: 23 Jul 2022, 21:56 Just watched last night's game, and that decision to sinbin Lawler on the 80th minute was absolutely shocking by Kendall. Told Lawler he laid on too long, but surely a bit of common sense should have been used 🙄
He did lay on too long - why bother trying to get up quick when the hooters gone?! Most comical sin binning I’ve seen for a long time.

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Re: [Match Discussion] Hull on Friday

Post by jackknife » 24 Jul 2022, 07:57

Ridiculous that yellow, the hull player wasn't even trying to get up he was just waiting for the hooter.
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Re: [Match Discussion] Hull on Friday

Post by tigerfeat » 24 Jul 2022, 08:08

That's how bad the officiating as got in this country now none of them have a feel for the game
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Re: [Match Discussion] Hull on Friday

Post by cogito ergo sum » 24 Jul 2022, 08:25

jackknife wrote: 24 Jul 2022, 07:57 Ridiculous that yellow, the hull player wasn't even trying to get up he was just waiting for the hooter.
That’s right. Danny Houghton just lay still and waited for the hooter, as did Lawler…

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Re: [Match Discussion] Hull on Friday

Post by Fumper27 » 24 Jul 2022, 15:46

The penalty was the correct call but the yellow card was a joke

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Re: [Match Discussion] Hull on Friday

Post by old cas lass » 24 Jul 2022, 16:09

Fumper27 wrote: 24 Jul 2022, 15:46 The penalty was the correct call but the yellow card was a joke
Common sense via the ref was the correct call.
Why do refs usual let time elapse at the end of games.
Happens all the time.
Refs arnt pulled for it. A game lasts 80 mins not when a team or ref dictates.
Bloody lunacy of a call.

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Re: [Match Discussion] Hull on Friday

Post by Fumper27 » 24 Jul 2022, 16:34

A penalty is a penalty, doesn’t matter if the act is in the first second or the last….what if that penalty could’ve led to a kick at goal to win a game???

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Re: [Match Discussion] Hull on Friday

Post by old cas lass » 24 Jul 2022, 16:40

Fumper27 wrote: 24 Jul 2022, 16:34 A penalty is a penalty, doesn’t matter if the act is in the first second or the last….what if that penalty could’ve led to a kick at goal to win a game???
I think lawler would have got up a bit quicker if that was the case.

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Re: [Match Discussion] Hull on Friday

Post by Fumper27 » 27 Jul 2022, 22:25

Three match ban for Ligi Sao

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Re: [Match Discussion] Hull on Friday

Post by FIat Capper » 28 Jul 2022, 12:56

On the Lawler incident, I'm certain the hooter had sounded so he just remained in the tackle. However, the ref hadn't blown his whistle which is the defined end of the game.

Technically, the ref may have been correct but unless the rules are changed to state that if a tackle is taking place at the final hooter, play will continue until the next stoppage/break in play, then common sense tells me the ref just blows the whistle and the game is over.

No need for a ridiculous decision.

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Re: [Match Discussion] Hull on Friday

Post by North Leeds Tiger » 28 Jul 2022, 13:15

Fumper27 wrote: 27 Jul 2022, 22:25 Three match ban for Ligi Sao

Im sure he also hit Westerman in the first 5 minutes with a similar 'challenge'.

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Re: [Match Discussion] Hull on Friday

Post by Tigers1926 » 28 Jul 2022, 17:16

Kendall needs to watch the NRL games and see how they are officiated, especially when it comes to the last few seconds!!

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