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    Quote Originally Posted by SimpleJack View Post
    You won’t get anywhere near it
    A bit like Wire and the Grand Final?























    Anyway, I may already be on there, I may already be stirring up the whole thing ready for the Coup de Grace on Saturday....

    Or I may not. That’s the beauty of it.






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    PS I don’t expect you to understand Coup de Grace, or be able to work Google from your wheelchair so I’ll help you out, it means “Mercy blow” and is used as a euphemism for putting someone or something out of its misery. Ah, the benefits of a classical education......
    Posted by paulscnthorpe
    Thompson made more metres than Isa, clubb, Byrne, partington, o loughlin, Powell and flower combined

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    And he only played 50 minutes...

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    Quote Originally Posted by RJM25R View Post
    A bit like Wire and the Grand Final?























    Anyway, I may already be on there, I may already be stirring up the whole thing ready for the Coup de Grace on Saturday....

    Or I may not. That’s the beauty of it.






    gif upload


    PS I don’t expect you to understand Coup de Grace, or be able to work Google from your wheelchair so I’ll help you out, it means “Mercy blow” and is used as a euphemism for putting someone or something out of its misery. Ah, the benefits of a classical education......
    Relax RJM25R, they are getting the reaction they wants, especially when you are bringing disabilities in to it.
    They are on the wind up, chill and take it for what it is, a compliment to our team.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RJM25R View Post
    A bit like Wire and the Grand Final?

    Like you I had a classical education.

    Like you I understand Coup de Grace.

    Unlike you I have had to use a wheelchair for 27 years and, perhaps to your surprise, I can use Google from it.

    Your post showed you up for what you are - a pompous pillock.

    Quod Erat Demonstrandum.



















    Anyway, I may already be on there, I may already be stirring up the whole thing ready for the Coup de Grace on Saturday....

    Or I may not. That’s the beauty of it.






    gif upload


    PS I don’t expect you to understand Coup de Grace, or be able to work Google from your wheelchair so I’ll help you out, it means “Mercy blow” and is used as a euphemism for putting someone or something out of its misery. Ah, the benefits of a classical education......

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    Well is he way above the rest or what ??? ,
    roy litherland it's happened i told you it would

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    Quote Originally Posted by roy litherland View Post
    Well is he way above the rest or what ??? ,
    One of those days where the 50/50 calls seemed to all go our way. There’s a couple of decisions Salford fans might point to but didn’t affect the overall result.
    Forwards win games. The backs decide by how much.

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    We got an iffy decision when Dudson moved off the mark and it could have gone either way but apart from that he got every call right

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    He was a breath of fresh air

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    Chris Kendall had a good game.
    screaming in the family corner, scaring the kiddies

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    At least he got the Knowles first try correct

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    Did he ask to review offside from the kick when Percival scored off his own grubber??

    I f*cking hate wi*an.

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    Yes he did webbow

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    Quote Originally Posted by Webbo Again View Post
    Did he ask to review offside from the kick when Percival scored off his own grubber??

    I thought he was offside

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    Well done never noticed him.

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    I think it's fair to say that the breaks which didn't go our way at Wembley certainly did tonight

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    It's there for all to see , gave both teams the chance to play rugby with his 10 mtrs , after watching the game again the so called "iffy" decisions were absolutely spot on , the lad has proved beyond a doubt he's upto the mark , did a great job.
    roy litherland it's happened i told you it would

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    I thought he one time gave us a scrum under the posts when I expected a Salford penalty. Good to see the way he handled it after Ashworth putting his head in a bit late in the tackle. Commentators where asking is it a red or yellow? He just told them Ashworth was getting close in the tackle, get on with it.
    A couple of naive moments from Ashworth but happy to see he does have a bit of an aggressive streak about him.

    Overall, probably the best reffing display I have seen this season, that he can do it in a match of that magnitude, all credit to him.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Buddy View Post
    We got an iffy decision when Dudson moved off the mark and it could have gone either way but apart from that he got every call right

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    That should have been a Salford penalty 100%.
    Naqaima shoulder charge went unpenalised.
    The try from the scrum should not have stood, Fages was involved as a pass option and never returned onside after feeding the scrum (a little-known rule)
    As I said after the Wembley defeat, just take the rough with the smooth and stop the paranoia. Honestly not everyone is out to get us.
    Nice of Phil Clarke to say this is the best team he's seen in Superleague.

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    R.E Luke Tompson going down injured after 72mins

    REF "Is it cramp "
    Saints Physio "yes"
    REF "Well get on with it then"

    Take a note Football.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Webbo Again View Post
    Did he ask to review offside from the kick when Percival scored off his own grubber??

    He did but I presume it was Amor he was checking, because he was within 10m of the ball.

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    Quote Originally Posted by The booze hound View Post
    That should have been a Salford penalty 100%.
    Naqaima shoulder charge went unpenalised.
    The try from the scrum should not have stood, Fages was involved as a pass option and never returned onside after feeding the scrum (a little-known rule)
    As I said after the Wembley defeat, just take the rough with the smooth and stop the paranoia. Honestly not everyone is out to get us.
    Nice of Phil Clarke to say this is the best team he's seen in Superleague.
    Phil Clarke will claim the Fages was feeding the scrum crocked, Thompson packed with a loose arm and Roby had his foot up. These are all rules at the scrum.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Webbo Again View Post
    Did he ask to review offside from the kick when Percival scored off his own grubber??

    No, he just asked Thaler to check the grounding. It was the idiot commentator that added the point of looking for onside/offside.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tabasco View Post
    No, he just asked Thaler to check the grounding. It was the idiot commentator that added the point of looking for onside/offside.
    I thought he said ‘can you check that no Salford player was held in the scrum after the ball came out’?

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    Hardly even noticed the ref at the game to be honest, thought he had a good game.Got home and logged on to Facebook to see hundreds and hundreds of 'unbiased neutrals' whining about the referee and hardly anything about Percival's try, the clever scrum move, the efforts of Walmsley and Thompson, the overall good spirit that the game was played in etc, it's just depressing to follow this sport sometimes.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JonNgog View Post
    Hardly even noticed the ref at the game to be honest, thought he had a good game.Got home and logged on to Facebook to see hundreds and hundreds of 'unbiased neutrals' whining about the referee and hardly anything about Percival's try, the clever scrum move, the efforts of Walmsley and Thompson, the overall good spirit that the game was played in etc, it's just depressing to follow this sport sometimes.
    Stephen made a point on twitter about how last year people were bigging up Wigan despite being inferior to us last year for their big game mentality whereas as all we get is grief about Kendal. People complaining about 50/50 decisions going our way who I can only assume don't know what 50/50 decisons are.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rommel View Post
    R.E Luke Tompson going down injured after 72mins

    REF "Is it cramp "
    Saints Physio "yes"
    REF "Well get on with it then"

    Take a note Football.
    Take a note other Super League Refs.

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