Storm lost tonight against the sharkies, but also weren't playing the great either, more rust then how they would usually play. Given that next week is a new week, could the eels beat melbourne in…Continue
"NRL have no control over the Storm - they have done in the past, and continue do whatever they like with impunity.
Munster should get 4 weeks for bringing the game in to dispute (or whatever that fancy word is they use).
Blatant disrespect for refs…"
"15 seconds to get off otherwise you don't come back on. Done.
It's like a different game in Melbourne. Different rules and massive problems with referee consistency, unless a call is borderline. They all go to Melbourne. It's a bigger…"
"We get penalised for taking too long for a line drop out, penalty in front, 2pts. Munster gets penalised for something a lot worse and gets sent to the bin, no shot clock no nothing, he takes over a minute, something needs to be done. Give them 15…"
"The ref just stood there and played candy crush on his phone whilst he waited for Munster to go off . I thought by the time he got off the paddock it would be time for him to turn around and come back on . Pretty sure Munster pulled a pen and…"
"Mannah got sent to the bin not so long ago and he jogged off. Greenturd said earlier this year that this was an issue and he said there will be ramifications for it. Nothing has been done...... Just like greenturds time at nrl. What munster did was…"
"If the NRL and refs tolerate it then why not do it?
Absolutely no incentive for him to run off and not give his team a breather. That issue is on the rule makers not the player of their club. If one of our guys got binned I'd hope they'd…"
"It's just pathetic. Such a small & simple thing but shows why this code under Greenturd & co is just a joke. He would more likely come out with some crap like "we'll be looking at a number of things in the off season and that…"
"NRL could fix this sin bin walk off crap in 2 secs - do that = sent off. Won't happen again. But that would too hard for this inept administration to actually contemplate... easier just to watch yet another blight on the game continue."