Discussion in 'General Rugby League' started by rhugh89, Sep 16, 2018.
Oh please karma come back to bite him on the a*s. Wipe him out and send him into retirement.
On a more positive note tonight's game is a sellout
Great way to farewell the old SFS !!
Well I for one am glad that the Grand Final isn't going to be missing one of it's biggest draws & on field weapons due to something that shouldn't even be an offence & has been a highlight for 100 years. The former players on the judging panel would know this. The only downside is it probably skewers the game into Melbourne's favour with Cronk unlikely to turn out for the Roosters, if Slater was out it would level the playing field a bit.
This sets a precedent now, so I can only hope that this means we can move to a middle ground, because they have to now, to be consistent with tonight's ruling & keep credibility.
The annoying thing about is if it was one of our players they would have missed 2 weeks no question about it.
2? More like 6
the last time I sat at the SFS was to watch SoO 2 in 1991 - p!$$ed down with rain, Geyer went ballistic, Wally went ballistic and we were seated directly behind Mick O'Connor as he bent that freakish conversion over from the sideline to win the game 14-12...That was my way to farewell the SFS
My farewell was GF 1997 and what a way to finish!!!!!!!
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